|11:00 am||The Loving Generation Film Series Orange Carpet|
Join The Office of Intercultural Life in a 4-day viewing of the short film series "The Loving Generation." In 1967, the Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia overturned all laws outlawing interracial marriage. The Loving Generation tells the story of a generation of Americans born to one black parent and one white parent. Their narratives provide a fascinating and unique window into the borderland between “blackness” and “whiteness,” and, in some cases, explode fixed ideas about race and identity.
Each day ICL will show a new segment from the series. The film will loop throughout the lunch break. The viewings will begin on Monday, Feb. 26. 2018 at 11am on the OC and continue through the 1st of March.
***Sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Life***
|12:05 pm-12:30 pm||CHRISTIAN CENTERING PRAYER Allee Chapel|
Centering Prayer is a simple meditation practice in the Christian contemplative tradition with origins dating back to the fourth century. This 25-minute gathering includes a brief intro, Be Still psalm chant or sacred reading, 10-15 minutes of silent practice, and closing prayer.
~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life Office
|1:00 pm-3:00 pm||Monday Matinee Movie for Adults Cole Library|
Monday, February 26, Cole Library will host the movie Breathe. The movie will begin at 1:00 p.m. in Room 108 on the library’s first floor. Popcorn and a drink will be provided.
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||Paws For Reading Cole Library|
If you like dogs and reading then we have a special treat for you on the fourth Monday of each month from 3:30-4:30 p.m. We will have Wilson, a therapy dog, in the library for you to read to. His handler Sue Owen-Anton will also be here to introduce you to Wilson. Stop in or call 319-895-4146 and sign up for a 10 minute time slot to share a book and a hug with Wilson.
|4:30 pm||Aoyama Gakuin Applications Due Old Sem|
Are you a female student interested in studying Japanese culture? The Office of International & Off-Campus Studies invites you to apply for a 10-day exchange visit at Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College in Tokyo, Japan, during Block 2 of 2018-2019. Students will enroll in an independent study and will be responsible for their airfare and some meals. Aoyama Gakuin will host up to 5 Cornell students and one Cornell faculty director (preference will be given to students who will be of sophomore or junior standing during the 2018-19 academic year). Please contact Anna Butz in Off-Campus Studies for more information on how to apply (letter of application and faculty recommendation due to Off-Campus Studies by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 26).
|5:30 pm-7:30 pm||Teen Table Top Role Playing Game Cole Library|
Teen Table-Top RPG Group:
The group is currently playing Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Teen RPG meets Every Monday, 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Room 108.
|6:30 pm-7:30 pm||Master Gardener Mondays Cole Library|
February 26: Houseplants – Rose Milden
Learn about the many varieties of houseplants available. Explore clever and artistic ways to display houseplants. Rose will also provide tips to help you succeed in growing healthy and beautiful houseplants to enjoy year round.
|6:30 pm||Bryant K. Smith: The Media's Assault on Black Images Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons|
Is there a media bias against minorities?
This interactive workshop will provide the attendants with a history of minority representation in television, film, radio, print, and other forms of electronic media. Correlations will be drawn between rates of both mental and physical illnesses, incarceration rates, and current images of minority representation in media. The workshop will conclude with strategies for improving one's media intelligence quota, and resources for identifying more fair and balanced media representations.
|7:30 pm||Music Mondays Concert Series: Quink Vocal Ensemble King Chapel|
The Dutch group Quink is ranked among the top a cappella ensembles of the world and is a favorite of Music Mondays audiences, appearing in 2010 and 2015. Quink’s vast repertoire stretches from the Middle Ages to contemporary music, and they strive to authenticity as they perform different styles of music. Quink is an ambassador for new Dutch music. A short film, “BiBaBo,” is based on their premiere of the work of the same name by Dutch composer Simeon ten Holt.
Admission is free and open to the public.