Posted on Feb 27, 2004

Thursday, Feb. 26
11:30 a.m.
Memorial Chapel –
Founders Day speaker, award-winning novelist/poet Julia Alvarez. Her topic will
be, “In Celebration of Founders Day.”
7 p.m.
– F.W. Olin Center Auditorium – 12 Windows film series
continues. The Revolution Will Not Be
, a documentary about the recent failed coup in Venezuela. Presented by Prof. Daniel Mosquera.
7 p.m. – Humanities Lounge – Philosophical
Café. The topic will be “Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage.”

Friday, Feb. 27
7 p.m.
– Messa Rink at the Achilles Center – Women's hockey vs. Cornell (ECAC
Division/League game).

Friday, Feb. 27 through Monday, March 1
8 &
10:30 p.m. – Reamer Campus Center Auditorium – Movie: Mystic

Saturday, Feb. 28
2 p.m.
– Nott Memorial –
Thruway Concert, reception to follow
4 p.m.
– Messa Rink at the Achilles Center – Women's hockey vs. Cornell
(ECAC Division/League game).
5 p.m. – Memorial Chapel – Heavenly Voices
Gospel Ensemble in concert, reception to follow.

Monday, March 1
12:15 to 1:15 p.m. – Reamer Campus Center 410 – Latin American & Caribbean
Studies will host a pizza luncheon/discussion on the topic of illegal
immigration in the United States. Some students and colleagues would like
to discuss some of the ideas printed in the Feb. 5 issue of the Concordiensis. For information, contact
Prof. William Garcia.

Noon – Reamer Campus Center 205 – Kelsey Rice, young adult intern for the National Network of
Presbyterian College Women of Lexington, Ky., will lead a discussion titled
“Sisters in Spirit: Reconciling Faith and Women's Issues.” Sponsored by Campus
Protestant Ministry.

Tuesday, March 2 through Saturday March 6
8 p.m
. – Yulman Theater – Tartuffe by Moliere, directed by Lloyd Waiwaiole. Admission $7; $5
with Union ID. Information 388-6545. (Closing matinee Sunday, March 7, at 2 p.m.)

Wednesday, March 3
10 p.m.

Old Chapel – Comic Joe Chasnoff.

Thursday, March 4
4:30 p.m.

Humanities 213 – Philosophy Talk with guest speaker Carole Rovane of Columbia University. Her topic will be, “Personal Identity: Ethical
Not Metaphysical.”

7 p.m. — Nott Memorial — Orrin Pilkey, an expert on shorelines, rising seas and the greenhouse effect, will speak on “Rising Seas and Shifting Shores: The Mix of Politics and Science at the Shoreline.” Second in three-part series on “Environmental Science and Public Policy” sponsored by Environmental Studies.
7 p.m. – Reamer Campus Center Auditorium – 12 Windows film series, Buena Vista Social Club, Wim Wender's
music-filled documentary about aging Cuban music greats. Discussion led by
Prof. Tim