Cornell College Events
Monday, February 6th (link)
|All day||Block 6 begins |
|9:00 am-11:00 pm||Chautauqua - Term 6: "The Civil War: The First Two Years, 1861-1862 The Commons|
Presented by M. Philip Lucas, professor of history. This Chautauqua course commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. By the end over 600,000 were dead, the South was in ruins, a president was murdered, the nation was reunited, and four million slaves were free. The course will examine the first two years of the war, beginning with the election of Abraham Lincoln and concluding with the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. This course continues Feb. 13, 20, and 27. Cost of the four-week program is $30. For more information call 895-4119.
|12:00 pm-1:00 pm||Music Lessons Registration for Semester II Armstrong Hall|
Music lesson registration and scheduling for the second semester. You must register again if you plan to take music lessons second semester.
|3:15 pm||Concert Choir rehearsals begin King Chapel|
Concert Choir rehearsals begin for the second semester. Questions? Contact Dr. Lisa Hearne, 248 Armstrong Hall, x4221.
|3:15 pm||Jazz Ensemble rehearsals begin Armstrong Hall|
Jazz Ensemble rehearsals begin for the second semester. Questions? Contact Dr. Donald Chamberlain, 146 Armstrong Hall, x4356.
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||"The Healing of America": A Lecture by T.R. Reid Thomas Commons|
Washington Post columnist T. R. Reid will be on campus to make a presentation tackling public health policy. Reid covered Congress and four presidential campaigns for the Washington Post, later serving as the paper's bureau chief in Tokyo and London; he is currently a regular commentator on National Public Radio. He has written extensively on American and global political affairs, with a focus on global health care policy. Sponsored by the Berry Center and Dimensions: The Center for the Science and Culture of Healthcare.
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||Presentation by Elizabeth Wheat Law Hall|
Elizabeth Wheat, candidate for the teaching position in the department of politics, will give a presentation titled "It's Not Easy Being Green: Environmental Decision-Making at the U.S. Courts of Appeals." Members of the community are welcome to attend. Reception to follow at 4:30 p.m. in Moosehead Lounge.
|4:15 pm||Orchestra rehearsals begin King Chapel|
Orchestra rehearsals begin for the second semester. Questions? Contact Dr. Martin Hearne, 244 Armstrong Hall, x4320.
|5:15 pm||Steel Drum Ensembles rehearsals begin King Chapel|
Steel Drum Ensembles rehearsals begin for the second semester. Questions? Contact Dr. Martin Hearne, 244 Armstrong Hall, x4320.
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