Cornell College Events

Friday, March 2nd

Time Event Title
11:00 am-1:00 pmProblem Gambling Information Table Thomas Commons
Has sports betting become more than just fun? Want to learn more about signs of problem gambling? Visit the Substance Abuse Services Center (SASC) Information Table. Questions? Contact SASC 319-294-1599, http://www.sasc-dbq.org/.
11:15 amMEDITATION, MINDFULNESS, & MIND-BODY-SPIRIT PRACTICES Allee Chapel
Join us for this learning and practice group on Fridays at 11:15 - noon in Allee Chapel (except during breaks). Sessions enfold seated and movement-based meditation from diverse Eastern and Western approaches. Includes contemplative wisdom for everyday life. Come for increased calm, compassion, resiliency, stress reduction, and ability to be more skillful with difficult emotions. Led by certified instructor (CQE). Students, faculty, staff, and townspeople welcome. ~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life
1:45 pmWomen's Indoor Track & Field at Wartburg Last Chance Waverly
3:30 pm-5:00 pmFaculty Social Thomas Commons
4:30 pmOff-Campus Studies Scholarship Applications Due Old Sem
Are you planning to study off-campus next year? The Office of International & Off-Campus Studies invites you to apply for off-campus studies scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year. These scholarships are intended to fund any type of off-campus study, but preference will be given to students going on 2018-2019 off-campus courses. Please keep in mind that students may only receive an Off-Campus Studies Scholarship once. Scholarship application, personal statement, and faculty recommendation are due to Anna Butz (Old Sem, 2nd floor) no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 2. Scholarship recipients will be notified in mid-late March. Questions? Please contact Anna Butz.
6:00 pmMen's Indoor Track & Field at Wartburg Last Chance Waverly
6:30 pmWomen's Basketball at Hope Holland, Mich.
NCAA Tournament
7:00 pmPAAC Comedy: JR Thomas Commons
Born in the Philippines and raised in California, JR De Guzman began performing comedy while working as a music teacher, which he quickly learned just meant teaching Taylor Swift songs to teenagers. He has entertained all over the world, having performed in the invitation-only 2014 Joker's Ball in Indonesia, the 2015 Badaboom Comedy Series in Amsterdam, and the 2015 Edmonton Comedy Festival. He performed with Margaret Cho, and even let her borrow his guitar. He hasn't washed his guitar since. Combining music and comedy, JR serenades the audience into laughter with songs, jokes, and stories of traveling the world, life after college, and family. Recently, he won Stand-Up NBC 2016, appeared on Comedy Central's Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City, and MTV's Acting Out. Check out his debut album Dual Citizen which released at #1 on iTunes and Billboard.

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