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Natalia Serna Presents Corazόn Norte

Rehm Library: Corazόn Norte is a record made up of songs and interviews that seek to incarnate, through art, the stories of migrants. The record was born at the Kino Border Initiative Soup Kitchen on the Mexican American border as an effort to gift each traveler a song in honor of their journey. Experiences, feelings, and dreams make up the raw material of this record. Each story is unique, yet they all have in common a shared border and a shared dream of heading north.

Daniel Ziblaat Presentation

Kimball Hall Seelos Theater: Daniel Ziblatt is the co-author (with Steven Levitsky) of "How Democracies Die." As Larry Diamond summarizes it, the book shows "how the actions of elected leaders around the world have paved the road to democratic failure, and why the United States is now vulnerable to this same downward spiral." In this talk, Harvard political scientist Ziblatt draws from his research on European politics to illustrate the lessons and warning signs of democratic declineThis talk is sponsored by the Charles Carroll Program. Open to the Public

SGA Cabinet Meeting

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center Suite A - 4th Fl: The Student Government Association is elected by and represents the student body. The SGA works to improve student experience through advocacy and collaboration with other campus offices and organizations. Our weekly Cabinet meetings, led by the Co-Presidents, are a time for directors to update on initiatives, share ideas, promote happenings around campus, and foster community.Open to Campus Community Only

SGA Cabinet Meeting

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center Suite A - 4th Fl: The Student Government Association is elected by and represents the student body. The SGA works to improve student experience through advocacy and collaboration with other campus offices and organizations. Our weekly Cabinet meetings, led by the Co-Presidents, are a time for directors to update on initiatives, share ideas, promote happenings around campus, and foster community.Open to Campus Community Only

SGA Cabinet Meeting

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center Suite A - 4th Fl: The Student Government Association is elected by and represents the student body. The SGA works to improve student experience through advocacy and collaboration with other campus offices and organizations. Our weekly Cabinet meetings, led by the Co-Presidents, are a time for directors to update on initiatives, share ideas, promote happenings around campus, and foster community.Open to Campus Community Only

An Evening with Silkroad, featuring Home Within

Kimball Hall Seelos Theater: This evening marks the start of the second year of Silkroad's residency at the College, a three-year exploration of curiosity, difference, and the arts. At the center of this presentation is Home Within, an audio-visual performance originally conceived by Silkroad artists Kinan Azmeh and Kevork Mourad, Kinan, a composer and clarinetist from Damascus, Syria, and Kevork, a visual artist born in Kamechli, Syria, create an impressionistic reflection on the Syrian revolution and its aftermath.

Ciocca: The Venture Forum - Blockchain Technology Review

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center Ballroom & Dunn : Blockchain. Bitcoin. Ethereum. You have probably heard these terms as the groundswell and buzz grows around this emerging field. The revolution of Blockchain goes beyond being the technology that powers Bitcoin. It has the potential to transform the way we do business, share ideas and make the world a better place. Many events spend time on various parts of the blockchain ecosystem but our event will provide you with a grounding in the technology and a lively discussion on the space.

Therapy Dogs

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center Outdoor Oval: Open to Campus Community OnlyTake a break from finals and join COPE on the Hoval for some relaxing time with therapy dogs!Dogs will be available from 3 pm - 4:30 pm

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