|11:30 am-12:05 pm||SOULfeast Worship with Communion Allee Chapel|
Second Wednesday of block at 11:30 a.m. - noonish in Allee Chapel.
EAT. PRAY. LOVE: Gathering as ecumenical SOULfriends around Christ's table for the spiritual nourishment of Divine tenderness, healing wisdom, grace, & peace through scripture, prayer, bread & wine, and love. Everyone is accepted & welcome at Christ's table.
Led by Chaplain & Spiritual Life
|11:30 am-12:30 pm||Kyle Davy '11, Chief Revenue Officer, Iowa Energy (Des Moines based NBA affiliate): Public Lecture Thomas Commons|
Please join the Berry Career Institute and the Beta Omicron Distinguished Alumni Visitors program in welcoming Kyle Davy '11 for a public lecture. Kyle is the Chief Revenue Officer of the National Basketball Association's Des Moines affiliate (Iowa Energy) with previous stints at the Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Cubs AAA affiliate, and Orchestra Iowa. Kyle plans to share his experiences working within professional sports organizations across multiple major leagues and will specifically discuss the evolution of the NBA's developmental league.
|1:00 pm-3:00 pm||Early Out Movie Cole Library|
We will show "Sing" on Wednesday, April 26 at 1 p.m. in Room 108 on the library’s first floor. We will provide popcorn and a drink for each person. This free program is a public library event and is not affiliated with the Mount Vernon School District. We will need to have families call 895-4271 to reserve a seat.
|5:00 pm-6:00 pm||German Stammtisch Thomas Commons|
A "Stammtisch" is a dinner table around which friends join for fun and conversation. At Cornell, our Stammtisch meets in the dining hall (look for the German flags) every Wednesday evening from 5-6 p.m. and offers you the chance to speak and listen to some German. All abilities are welcome! Come and enjoy!
|5:00 pm-7:00 pm||Teen Table-Top Role Playing Game Series Cole Library|
The group is currently playing Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition! Teen RPG now meets every Tuesday and Wednesday, 5-7 p.m., in Room 108. Tuesday and Wednesday sessions are running different story lines, so to avoid confusion we request that members pick a session to attend and only attend on that day.
|5:30 pm||SLAB Spring SLAM! Amphitheater next to King Chapel|
The Student Literary Advisory Board presents the inaugural "SLAB Spring SLAM!" Join us Wednesday, April 26, at 5:30 pm in the amphitheater, just outside of King Chapel (or the Van Etten-Lacey House if it rains). We encourage anyone who wants to perform to drop by with their poetry/stories and read. Performers and guests get root beer, blankets, and flowers!
|7:00 pm-8:30 pm||Anderson Natural Science Lecture Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons|
Michael Tylinski, Visiting Chemistry Lecturer, "From skateboarding on a tablet to brighter cellphone displays; recent advances from the world of glass." When Microsoft introduced its Surface tablet in 2012 to compete with the Apple iPad they made news by dropping the tablet from shoulder height, and by showing photos of an employee using the Surface as a skateboard. How did Microsoft make such a durable device? The key component was a new screen made of “Gorilla Glass” that was stronger and tougher than conventional glass. This lecture will give an overview of recent research progress and applications of a wide range of glasses. Glass refers to amorphous solids that have random, aperiodic organization of atoms; in contrast to the repeating, periodic organization of atoms in crystalline solids. When we hear the word “glass” we think first of the silicon dioxide glass of windows. But glasses are made from many chemicals and the many different types of glasses are used in applications all around us. In addition to developing stronger and tougher Gorilla Glass, there has also been work to improve silicon dioxide glasses for their use as fiber optics for telecommunications. Glasses made of metal are used in power transformers and have promise as better engineering materials. Glasses of organic molecules are used in pharmaceutics, plastics, and organic electronic devices (such as OLEDs).
|7:30 pm||Faculty Recital: Andrew Gentzsch, violin Ringer Recital Studio|