JOIN US FOR A GRAND RE-OPENING AT THE PRESERVE!
Visit the Preserve, purchase a lunch expo dish and receive a complimentary drink from our local vendor! Quantities are limited, don’t miss out!
Monday – Thursday
1130 am – 1030 pm
1130 pm – 12 am
Saturday – Sunday
130 pm – 12 am
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We all have a brain and we think we know it. But, the moment we go inside, we find we are on another planet….for “this is the Valley of Astonishment”……….
THE MAN WHO is a play like you’ve never experienced before – Inspired by Oliver Sacks’ extraordinary neurological study “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” that recounts the case histories of patients lost in the bizarre, apparently inescapable world of neurological disorders.THE MAN WHO is written by Peter Brook – “our greatest living theatre director” (New York Times) …See it this FRI or SAT 7.00pm CORNERSTONE STUDIO C…a fAIL bETTER pRODUCTION for Cornerstone Arts Week directed by ANDREW MANLEY & performed by Natalia Dellavalle, Mekael Daniel, Aidan Hendrickson, Theo Merrill, Emily Gardner and Max Sarkowsky
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Dan Flores the A. B. Hammond Professor Emeritus of Western History at the University of Montana, will give a talk entitled:
“Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History” (based on his recent book of the same title)
at 7:00PM Tuesday, February 6th in the Screening Room, Cornerstone Arts Building
Legends don’t come close to capturing the incredible story of the coyote in North America. In the face of centuries of campaigns of annihilation employing guns, gases, helicopters, and engineered epidemics, coyotes haven’t just survived, they’ve thrived, expanding across the continent from Alaska to New York. In the war between humans and coyotes, coyotes have won, hands-down. “Coyote America” is the illuminating five-million-year biography of this extraordinary animal, from its origins to its apotheosis.
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Series of presentations at Russian Tea(s) dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Russian October Revolution. Thursday – Avant-Garde Artists and the Russian Revolution. Talk by prof. Ruth Kolarik. Russian (Mullett) House, 3.30pm. Russian tea and pasties are provided.
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Friday, March 9, 12:30-1:30 p.m.: Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir, by Deborah A. Miranda (Ohlone-Costanoan-Esselen). For faculty and staff. Please contact Victoria Levine by email by Feb. 9 if you would like to attend the luncheon. Please indicate if you would like to have a copy of the book delivered to your office at the beginning of block 6, and please indicate any dietary restrictions. We have room for 15 participants. This is a chance to read and discuss an award-winning memoir of an Indigenous Californian presented in a highly original format.
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As many of you know, Tracy Santa will be retiring at the end of June. All campus is invited to the open presentations of the last Writing Center Director Candidates.
February 2nd: 3:30-4:30 p.m., Tutt Library 238
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When you think of climate leaders, the commercial aircraft industry probably isn’t the first entity to come to mind. Ellie Wood ’10 is working to change that. Ellie is Regional Director of Environmental for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, and will provide you with insights into how Boeing is working today to create a carbon neutral future for airlines. This event is part of the 2017-2018 Stratton Series. Faculty, students, and staff are all welcome.
Join Ellie this Thursday, February 1st, at 12:15pm in Gaylord Hall for a lunch discussion. Remember to RSVP to the Career Center for lunch!
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Contesting Medicine, Managing Risk, and Preserving Childhoods in the Age of Medical Uncertainty
Vanessa Lopes Muñoz
Assistant Professor of Sociology-
Scholars note that medicine is increasingly focused on managing risk or preventing future ill health rather than treating existing symptoms and disease. Muñoz uses the case of childhood food allergies, a condition that is primarily about managing exposure to common foods, to examine people’s experiences with managing health risks in daily life. She draws from interviews with parents of children with food allergies and their medical providers as well as clinic and school observations to examine how caregivers balance medical uncertainty, social disruption, and risk in daily life.
Click here to register: tinyurl.com/facultylunch5
Doors open at 11:45AM with lunch on table.
Talk begins at 12:15.
Talk concludes about 1:15.
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This afternoon (Tuesday, January 30), Soumitree Gupta, second English Department tenure-track faculty candidate for assistant professor of global anglophone literature, will give a talk entitled, “Beyond Rescue and Return: Mobile Women and the Politics of Home in South Asian Women’s Texts.” The talk is at 3:30 pm in the WES Room, Worner Campus Center.
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Are your hands out of drawing shape and you want a way to practice?
Come to the free figure drawing sessions happening in the Bemis School of Art drawing classroom (FAC Building west of Packard Hall parking lot, room 254).
Sessions are free to all CC students/staff, and will run each Tuesday night of the block from 7-9pm. We encourage you to bring personal charcoal or pencils, however, basic supplies, easels, newsprint, drawing boards, and chairs will be provided.
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