Cornell College Events
Monday, October 1st (link)
|12:00 pm-12:45 pm||Test Preparation and Study Skills Workshop Thomas Commons|
Let's talk about ways to prepare for your exams, and how to do so effectively on the block plan. Sponsored by Academic Support and Advising. No registration required.
|3:15 pm-3:45 pm||First-Year Planner Focus Group Shaw|
First-year students are invited to a focus group Monday, October 1 at 3:15 in Shaw, Thomas Commons to share how you've used your Block Planner so far this year, offer suggestions, and help the college determine whether this pilot should be continued. We expect to chat for half an hour. Questions? jvisser@ or x4167.
|5:00 pm-6:00 pm||Kathleen Maris Paltrineri Poetry Reading Van Etten-Lacey House|
Paltrineri, Distinguished Visiting Writer for Fall 2018 at the Center for the Literary Arts, reads from her new poetry manuscript, A Psalm for Our Bodies, at the Van Etten-Lacey House. Paltrineri is teaching the course Sound Writing at the Intersection of Literature and Social Justice at Cornell, during which her students will study the burgeoning podcast medium. Until recently she was coordinator of the International Writing Program of the University of Iowa and created its podcast, “Origins,” to feature interviews with writers from around the world addressing the origins of their creative works, the literary and social cultures in which they write, and the art of language. A recipient of an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of New Hampshire, Paltrineri’s poetry has appeared in Alice Blue Review, Atlas Review, decomP, Painted Bride Quarterly, Powder Keg, and other venues, including two anthologies.
|7:30 pm||Music Mondays Concert Series: Wayfaring - James Falzone and Katie Ernst King Chapel|
Wayfaring, a duo that takes its name from the beloved American folk song “Poor Wayfaring Stranger,” appears in Mount Vernon Oct. 1 to open Cornell’s 2018–2019 Music Mondays season. Their concert is at 7:30 p.m. in King Chapel and is free and open to the public. Wayfaring is a duo project between bassist and vocalist Katie Ernst and clarinetist James Falzone. What began as a casual meeting between like-minded players has formed into a collective of unusual nuance and depth, drawing on source material from the jazz tradition, hymns, folk songs, and original compositions. Wayfaring performs a wide array of material including jazz, American folk, hymns and spirituals, arrangements of popular songs, and originals.
Admission is free and open to the public.
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