Cornell College Events
Monday, November 6th (link)
|11:30 am-12:30 pm||Germany Meets the U.S. Kickoff Event Thomas Commons|
Stop by the tables across from the Info Desk to view an exhibit--"Germany: Integrating Immigrants"--about multicultural communities in Germany. While you're there, pick up some great German swag by answering some trivia questions!
|11:30 am-12:30 pm||Innovation Competition Kickoff Thomas Commons|
This year's "Innovation Competition" revolves around the question of how best to integrate outsiders into our communities. Cornell students, working alone or in groups, are invited to submit proposals for creative and effective ways in which Cornell students, our local communities, and/or our local/regional/national political systems can effect positive change for the integration of outsiders in our society. Proposals are due noon Wednesday, Nov. 15th, via email to Professor Carrington (email@example.com). Three winners will be announced at the Film Festival that evening (7 p.m., Zamora's) and will each receive a $100 Amazon gift card. See http://blogs.cornellcollege.edu/german/innovation-competition/ for details, a submission guide, and FAQs.
|5:30 pm-7:30 pm||Teen Table Top RPG Group Cole Library|
The group is playing Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition! Teen RPG meets Every Monday, 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Room 108. RPG is meeting once a week for the fall session.
|7:30 pm||Music Mondays Concert Series: duoJalal (viola and percussion) King Chapel|
Racing along with our global society, duoJalal enthralls the chamber music world with their stunning artistry and diverse programming. Classically trained violist Kathryn Lockwood ignites her instrument with passion ‐ one minute embodying a gypsy violinist, the next a Middle Eastern reed flutist. Yousif Sheronick dazzles as he manipulates sound by simply snapping his fingers at the edge of an Egyptian frame drum or dragging his foot across the Peruvian cajon. With commissions and composer-driven arrangements from Philip Glass, Evan Ziporyn, Kenji Bunch, David Krakauer and John Patitucci, duoJalal invites all communities to a stimulating intercultural experience. Admission is free and open to the public.
|7:30 pm||"Elizabeth I--In Her Own Words" Zamora's Market|
Grounded in the research of Carole Levin, one of the preeminent scholars of Elizabeth I, this two-women, one-act play brings to life one of the most illustrious women in history. Tamara Meneghini, Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder in the Department of Theatre & Dance, embodies the queen weaving together excerpts from Shakespeare’s cannon, as performed by Bernadette Venters-Sefic. Length: 55 min, no intermission. Hosted by the Center for the Literary Arts.
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