Cornell College Events
Monday, January 16th (link)
|All day||Winter Preview Day Cornell College|
|11:00 am-Jan 18th 1:00 pm||Purple Proud T-shirt sale Tables outside of Sodexo|
Are you proud to be purple? Show off your pride by purchasing a Purple Proud T-shirt! This first-ever Purple Proud T-shirt was designed by Katelyn Hillmeyer. Shirts are being sold for $8 by SAAC for the infamous Coe vs. Cornell basketball game.
|11:15 am||Loyalty and Morality workshop Thomas Commons|
Many social movements, especially those representing disadvantaged communities, call on us to recognize universal values or rights. Additionally, morality requires us to treat people equally. And at the same time, groups often call for loyalty--they exhort us to join together, look out for each other, and support our community. This lunchtime workshop, presented by Beta Omicron Distinguished Alumni Visitor Christopher Ciocchetti '95, will discuss the conflict between loyalty and morality. Should universal rights always trump loyalty to a specific group? Should we be expected to be loyal to others because of our race, sex, nationality, or shared experiences? Is the answer different for different groups? Is loyalty a virtue? Can morality be maintained without loyalty? Could we without loyalties and principles alone? Lunch will be provided.
|11:30 am||Cornell College celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Thomas Commons|
Faculty, staff, students and guests will share how Dr. King influenced their lives. This event will also include spoken word poetry, praise dancing and readings from King's speeches. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
|1:00 pm-3:00 pm||Monday Matinee Movie for Adults Cole Library|
The January movie is "The Help," based on the best-selling novel by Kathryn Stockett. If you plan to attend please call 895-4271 to reserve your seat.
|4:00 pm||Lecture: "Justifying Punishment" Thomas Commons|
Presented by Beta Omicron Distinguished Alumni Visitor Christopher Ciocchetti '95. A critical history of the different justifications offered for punishment, and insights on the work Ciocchetti has done on the subject.
|5:00 pm||MLK candlelight vigil Thomas Commons|
Led by The Rev. Richard Thomas, historian and professor of history emeritus. Participants are to gather near the Thomas Commons Info Desk and await further instructions. Candles will be provided. Everyone is invited to participate in this cherished tradition.
|6:00 pm||Women's Basketball @ Wartburg College Waverly|
|6:00 pm-8:00 pm||Colleges Against Cancer MLK Service Day Event The Commons|
Come help make sock monkeys that will be donated to young cancer patients at local hospitals.
|8:00 pm||Men's Basketball @ Wartburg College Waverly|
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