Cornell College Events
Wednesday, February 21st (link)
|12:15 pm||30 Minute Gentle YOGA Shaw|
Relax. De-stress. Renew from 12:15-12:45 p.m. in Shaw. A gentle class for beginners through intermediate (Use your Cornell ID to grab a mat and props from the Roe Howard Fitness Center. Led by certified instructors. Open to students, faculty, and staff
~Sponsored by the Offices of Health, Counseling, and Spiritual Life.
|1:30 pm-3:30 pm||Early Out Movie Cole Library|
We will show The Lego Ninjago Movie on Wednesday, February 21 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 108 on the library’s first floor. We will provide popcorn and a drink for each person. This free program is a public library event and is not affiliated with the Mount Vernon School District. We will need to have families call 895-4271 and reserve a seat.
Mount Vernon Bank and Trust sponsors this program.
|3:30 pm-5:15 pm||Candidate for the Department of Mathematics & Statistics Law Hall|
Faculty, staff and students are invited to meet Chad Wells, candidate for the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. He will conduct a presentation, "The Application of Mathematics to Infectious Diseases," from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Law Hall Room 203, followed by a reception from 4:30-5:15 p.m. in Moosehead Lounge.
|4:00 pm||Men's Lacrosse at Univ. of Dubuque Dubuque|
|4:45 pm||Cardio Kickboxing & Core Dows|
Come for a fun, upbeat workout that will focus on getting the blood pumping! No experience or equipment needed. Bring tennis shoes, a water bottle, and willingness to get moving! All faculty, staff and students are welcome every Wednesday.
|6:30 pm||"Roman Kitchens: Inscribing Class and Gender through Daily Routines" Thomas Commons|
Mira Green '97 will present on "Roman Kitchens: Inscribing Class and Gender through Daily Routines." In her talk she will look at the issue of food preparation, slavery, and gender through texts, vases, and the material remains of kitchens in Pompeii and Herculaneum. Green is Solmsen Fellow at the Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison. She received her
Ph.D. in Roman History from the University of Washington and M.A. in Greek History from the University of Utah. Her research focuses on questions of hierarchy and power that are intertwined with a society’s ideas about daily life, food, slavery, sexuality, and the material expressions of mastery in the Roman world.
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