Friday, September 9
Sponsored by the President’s Office and the Wooster Cricket Club
A fun and dynamic training event to be held on the Andrew Turf Field at the John P. Papp stadium.
Lunch on the Lawn
Wednesday, September 14
(Lowry Center Circle)
Subsidized by the Cultural Events Committee and the Ambassador’s Program
Come join us for a wonderful, traditional Puerto Rican lunch sponsored by Ricon Criollo in Cleveland. Cost will be $4 per person.
Kwame “Anthony” Appiah
Thursday, October 6
( 7:30 pm, McGaw)
Sponsored by the Philosophy Department
Kwame Anthony Appiah was born in London, England, but spent his childhood growing up in Ghana. He is a graduate of Clare College, at Cambridge University, where he took both B.A. and Ph.D. degrees in philosophy. Professor Appiah is widely published in African and African-American literary and cultural journals. He focused his 1992 book, In My Father’s House, on the roles which African and African-American intellectuals play in shaping contemporary African cultural life. He is currently the Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University.
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Monday, October 10th
This informational event will help uncover the TRUTH about Columbus.
Tuesday, October 25
(11:00 am, Wishart Hall – Lean Lecture Room)
Co-sponsored by the Math Department
American Ingenuity: Harnessing Randomness for Profit
From slot machines and amusement park rides to coin trick and card games, American inventors have led the way in exploiting the mathematics of chance events to entertain and mystify.
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Thursday, November 3
( 7:00 pm, Gault Recital Hall)
“How do we find our way home after boarding schools took away our culture, our ceremonies, and our religion?”
Actress, director and producer
Georgina Lightning (Cree)poses these and other questions in her 2008 film, Older than America, a story with supernatural elements that explores the devastating impact of the boarding school experience on generations in a Native community.