|8:30 am-3:00 pm||St. Ambrose Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Open House|
Learn about St. Ambrose’s doctor of physical therapy program. The event includes information about preparing for a PT career, inpatient and outpatient employment settings, traveling PTs, and highlights of their Orthopaedic Clinical Residency Program. Students must pre-register for this event with Julie Barnes. St. Ambrose University is located in Davenport, Iowa. Dimensions will provide free transportation for students.
|9:00 am||Women's Tennis @ UW-Oshkosh Oshkosh, Wis.|
|9:00 am||Phi Alpha Delta Service Project Thomas Commons|
Phi Alpha Delta members and prospective members will be cleaning a section of Highway 1 as part of Iowa’s Adopt-A-Highway program. Get to know chapter members while doing service in the community. Questions? Contact Narda Aldaco.
|10:00 am||Men's Cross Country @ TBA Grinnell|
Les Duke Invitational
|10:00 am||Women's Cross Country @ TBA Grinnell|
Les Duke Invitational
|10:00 am||Volleyball vs. Grinnell College Decorah|
|12:00 pm||Women's Tennis vs. St. Norbert College Oshkosh, Wis.|
|1:00 pm-6:00 pm||Coral Ridge Mall Trip Iowa City|
GOT will take students to Coral Ridge Mall for free. The mall offers shopping, restaurants, ice skating, a movie theatre, etc.
|1:00 pm||Football @ Coe College Cedar Rapids|
|1:00 pm||Women's Soccer vs. Rockford College Mount Vernon|
|3:00 pm||Men's Soccer vs. Rockford College Mount Vernon|
|3:00 pm||Volleyball @ Luther College Decorah|
|7:30 pm-9:30 pm||"A Little More Than You Wanted to Spend": A Special Performance by Guest Artist Chris Clavelli Uptown Mount Vernon|
“A Little More Than You Wanted to Spend,” Chris Clavelli’s heart-warming one-man play about parental loss, comes to Cornell College for one performance only. Fresh off a NYC run, the show garnered extraordinary press and commercial success. In “A Little More Than You Wanted to Spend,” Clavelli, a New York-based actor and director, tries to make sense of the sudden death of his 6-year-old son, an event that occurred some 10 years ago. With blunt honesty and openness, Clavelli describes the harrowing, funny, and ultimately life-changing process he undergoes to cope with and grow from the experience.
This one-night-only performance will take place at the First Street Community Theatre and is sponsored by the Cornell College Department of Theatre, the Student Theatre Council, and LACE (The Lectures, Artists, and Cultural Events Committee) with additional support from Trude, Jo, and Rick Elliott.
Admission is free.