|All day||Men's Soccer at TBA MWC regular-season champion|
MWC Tournament - Nov. 8-9
|11:00 am||Women's Soccer at Monmouth MWC regular-season champion|
|11:15 am-11:55 am||Meditation, Mindfulness, & Mind-Body-Spirit Allee Chapel|
Opens with breath and energy centered embodied practices (i.e. tai-chi or qigong) followed by guided and silent seated meditation. Enfolds insights from integrative health care and spiritual wisdom from age-old Buddhist, Christian contemplative, yoga, Vedanta, and other traditions. Typically ends with loving kindness meditation and/or Himalayan singing bowl sound healing. Led by certified teacher and chaplain. All welcome.
|11:15 am-12:45 pm||Stress Free Zone Orange Carpet|
Stop by the Stress Free Zone to make your own Gratitude Pumpkin and get tips and resources for managing stress. Sponsored by the Counseling Center in conjunction with the Cornell Well-being Network. ? email counseling.
|3:15 pm||Music Seminar featuring Douwe Eisenga, composer Ringer Recital Studio|
Dutch composer Douwe Eisenga will present. His work, “The Flood, Requiem,” receives its U.S. premiere by the Cornell orchestra and choir at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, in King Chapel.
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||Knots and Their Polynomials West Science|
This talk will introduce knots and knot polynomial invariants and discuss their relevance to topology and physics. The talk is suitable for undergraduates and does not assume any background in the study of knots.
|4:15 pm-5:00 pm||Hip Hop Aerobics Fitness Class Dows|
Group fitness class combining hip hop, line dancing, and step aerobics with cardio exercise. Classes led by Tiyah Western and Hemie Collier.
|6:00 pm-8:00 pm||Bob Ross Art on Canvas Thomas Commons|
Sip and Paint on the OC- Students follow Bob Ross video to create a painting or free paint, express themselves through art.
|7:00 pm||Volleyball vs. Grinnell No. 1 seed|
|7:30 pm||Symphony Orchestra and Choral Concert: "The Flood, Requiem" King Chapel|
As Iowa and other areas of the country continue their long-term recovery from major floods, Cornell College will present an artistic response with the U.S. premiere of Dutch composer Douwe Eisenga’s “The Flood, Requiem” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, in King Chapel. ~ Cornell’s combined symphony orchestra and choirs will perform the large-scale work, written in 2003 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the North Sea flood of 1953 that killed 1,845 in the Netherlands. Cornell’s orchestra will swell in size for this concert with the addition of music faculty and area professionals. ~ The soloist will be Iowa City mezzo-soprano Kelly Hill. ~ Enhancing the music will be multimedia projections of 1953 Dutch flood images that inspired the work, as well as images from the events of the last 20 years in the U.S. The composer will be on campus for final rehearsals and the performance, with support by the Performing Arts Fund NL in the Netherlands.