Cornell College Events

Wednesday, November 20th

Time Event Title
11:30 am-12:30 pmRez Accents and Native Identity West Science
Dr. Mark Ravenhair P. is a dynamic and thought-provoking public speaker, writer, and Spiritual Leader. The son of a Toltec woman (of Mexican heritage) and an Apache/Ogallala Lakota man, Mark speaks with insight into the complexities of Native American history regarding race, culture, and faith in order to help forge a path of healing and reconciliation for the Nation. Mark is the founder and director of Cedar River First Nations Community, A 501c3 Native American organization that in part pursues racial reconciliation through honest education, intentional conversation, and meaningful action. ~ In December 2006 Mark organized and hosted a bill passing law that allowed the holistic community in Iowa to practice their spiritual medicine beliefs with the affirmation that no laws would be broken by doing so. Until that time Native Americans and holistic communities in Iowa were being arrested and persecuted for practicing medicine without a license. ~ Mark’s background covers both Lakota Sioux traditions as well as 25 years of theological studies. ~ Currently Mark Serves as a pastor, counselor, and community spiritual leader. Mark spearheads a program that feeds the hungry as well as restoring Veterans spiritual and mental health through a ground-breaking program. The Healing thru Feeling program was developed by Mark for soldiers that are plagued with P.T.S.D. ~ Since 2006 Mark has taken an active role in the preservation of land and wildlife and most importantly in the preservation of Native American mounds, burial sites, and ceremonial sites in Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Washington State. ~ Mark was honored by the late Howard Croweagle to take his position in the prestigious OSA Indian Advisory Council Board through the Iowa State Archaeologist Office, University of Iowa.
12:00 pm-12:45 pmInternational Education Week: Fellowships Abroad Orange Carpet
Please join Laura Farmer from the Writing Studio to discuss the Fulbright scholarship and other prestigious awards that can help students study and teach abroad for free. This event is open to all Cornell community members, as some of these opportunities also apply to faculty and staff.
12:00 pm-1:00 pmAdmission Tour for Faculty & Staff Luce Admission Center
The Office of Admission is happy to announce that tours will be offered to all staff and faculty members of Cornell College on the first Wednesday of each block. Tours last one hour and will begin in Luce Admission Center at noon. If you would like to register for a tour, please email Cornell-Visits@cornellcollege.edu.
12:15 pm-12:45 pm30 min. YOGA Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons
Last Wed. 12:15 yoga class for the 2019-20 school year. Tuesday's Deep Peace 3:45pm hour long yoga class with CQE continues through spring. Both sessions are open to students, faculty, and staff of all skill levels. ~Sponsored by the Offices of Spiritual Life, Health, & Counseling in conjunction with the Cornell Well-being Network
3:00 pmNational Novel Writing Month Time Thomas Commons
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is November, but the Block 3 class starts before then! Join us in Thayer or Lindquist to help meet that word count! Meet us on Fridays in the Van Etten-Lacey House for Freewrite Fridays that go longer and have cinnamon rolls for additional motivation. Anyone participating in NaNoWriMo is encouraged and welcome to attend!
3:15 pm-4:00 pmZumba Fitness Class Dows
The Latin-inspired dance workout open to students, faculty, and staff. Classes led by Olivia Lennon and Marcia Sisk.
3:15 pm-4:00 pmStatistics Candidate Presentation West Science
The campus community is invited to meet a candidate for the tenure-track teaching position in the Department of Math and Statistics. The candidate will give a presentation titled "Analyzing the Impact of Cannabis and Alcohol on Secondary Tasks Performed while Driving." A reception will immediately follow in the Stafford Lounge.
4:00 pm-6:00 pmInternational Education Week Language & Cultural Exchange Thomas Commons
Join us as we interact with each other and learn about different languages and cultures from around the world from Cornell students and staff who share different cultures. This event is open to both Cornell students and the public.
4:30 pm-5:15 pmZumba Fitness Class Dows
The Latin-inspired dance workout open to students, faculty, and staff. Classes led by Olivia Lennon and Marcia Sisk.
5:15 pm-7:30 pmCornell Fellows Showcase
Attend the Cornell Fellows Showcase and dessert reception to hear about the types of internships and research students are doing with the support of the Cornell Fellows Program. Students will present summaries of their 8-week experiences and how they have influenced their academic and professional futures. This is a great event for any student considering an internship during their time at Cornell and all members of the campus community are encouraged to attend. RSVP is not required to attend this event.
5:15 pm-6:15 pmSLAB Meeting Van Etten-Lacey House
The Student Literary Arts Board's general meeting! Open to anyone who is interested in the literary arts, English, creating events centered around the written word, and spreading love for literary arts! Contact mkoenigsberg21 with questions.
7:00 pmWomen's Basketball at Coe College Cedar Rapids
Bremner Cup

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Nov 17th-Dec 15thThe Real Thing McWethy Hall
Nov 18th-Nov 22ndInternational Education Week Thomas Commons

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