Cornell College Events
Thursday, April 2nd (link)
|8:00 am-9:00 am||Advising Zoom Office Hours - Registration Help with Brooke Zoom virtual meeting|
Registration Takes Place on Monday, March 30 (for students with at least 21 credits), Tuesday, March 31 (at least 11 credits), and Thursday, April 2 for students with 10.99 credits or fewer.
Brooke from Academic Support and Advising is holding Zoom office hours these mornings to be available to help students in course selection.
Technical problems with Self-Service should be directed to the Registrar's Office (319-895-4828).
|11:10 am||SIG (Science Interest Group) Lecture - Canceled West Science|
|3:30 pm||Bible Study w/ chaplain, bishop, & Soul Friends Zoom virtual meeting|
Pour yourself a cup of whatever, and join us for a laid back life application Bible study. We'll check in to see how everyone is and look at a sacred text which, since the days of ancient Israel's exile, speaks of hope when going through dry, difficult times (Dry Bones - Ezekiel 37:1-14). So grab a Bible (or down load from internet), install Zoom on your computer, and join us. Open to Cornell students, faculty, & staff.
~Sponsored by Spiritual Life's Chaplain & Soul Friends
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||Kickboxing Fitness Class - Canceled Small Multi-Sport Center|
Group fitness class that combines martial arts techniques with fast-paced cardio.
|6:30 pm-9:00 pm||Room Selection II - Canceled Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons|
|6:30 pm-8:45 pm||Room Selection II: All doubles - Canceled Thomas Commons|
Students interested in a double room will select rooms for the 2020-2021 academic year. Bring your ID and Numbers Draw passes for all roommates.
|7:30 pm||The Drowning at Red Rock (World Premiere) - Canceled TBA|
Conceived and directed by Janeve West; devised and developed by the company.
In the 1960’s the Army Corp of Engineers built the Red Rock Reservoir as a flood control measure along the Des Moines River and the river changed course. As a result, six towns sank to the bottom of what would become the largest lake in Iowa. Collectively, these towns are known as the “Lost Towns of Lake Red Rock.” Inspired by the foundations, spires, and doorframes beneath the waters, The Drowning at Red Rock will be a devised production; collectively written by the ensemble. Using the techniques of documentary, verbatim and testimonial theatre, we will use court records, maps, interviews, articles and letters as the basis for our fictional story. The result will be an exploration of the clash of economics and the environment, power and privilege, holding-on and letting go. Time will tell what characters will emerge from our efforts. We do know that they will grapple with what happens when identity, hope and fear is lost, buried, hidden, stolen or drowned.
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