Friday, April 4, 2014
LA Gay and Lesbian Center Tour
Please join the Office of Community Engagement in their April OxyConnects trip to the* LA Gay and Lesbian Center!* We will receive a tour and overview of their facilities and services, in addition to meeting some of the lead organizers at the center.
Meet at the fountain around 1:45pm. Contact Eleni Duret at email@example.com if you have any question and to reserve a seat on the Bengal Bus.
Friday, April 4, 2014 - Saturday, April 5, 2014
Religious Studies Senior Comp Presentations
The college community is invited to attend senior comps presentations from the Department of Religious Studies.
Aralyn Beaumont 3-3:15p.m.: "Conditioning Religiosity: How Cookbooks Reflect and Shape Contemporary Mennonite Expressions of Faith"
Brian Holtvedt 3:15-3:30p.m.: "'Questioning Builds the Way': The Possibility of Fredom in Heidegger's Thought"
Aaron Bernstein 3:30-3:45p.m.: "'She is the Home of Men'" Habitation and Woman in Levinas' Ethical Philosophy"
Momo Matsuda 3:45-4p.m.: "Turkey's State-Hired Female Preachers: Assertions of Muslim and Feminist Identities in Modern Turkey"
Zia Rutledge 4-4:15p.m.: "Los Hermanos Penitentes: A Study of New Mexican Folk Religion"
Josh Gorlick 4:15-4:30p.m.: "Understanding Julius Goldwater's involvement with the Little Tokyo Community: A Perspective on Japanese-American Buddhist Ethnic, Religious, and National Identity"
Grace O'Hara 4:30-4:45p.m.: "Culpable Eve: A Gendered Reading of the Fall and its Portrayals in Early Christian Medieval Art"
Faryn Borella 4:45-5p.m.: "A Shift in Thinking: Nietzsche's Historically Distinct Conceptions of World Structure, Ecstasy, and Music"
Zabia Colovos 5-5:15p.m.: "The Holy Creative: A Study of Empowerment through the Performance of Interior Scroll"
Jordan Jordan 5:15-5:30p.m.: "Shifting Representations: A Close Look at Orientalist and Progressive Scholarship on Pre-Islamic Women"
Hannah Hall 5:30-5:45p.m.: "A Feminist Bioethics Look at the Latin@ Conception of the Self and Health and their Ability to Access Health Care in Southern California"
Nick Wright 5:45-6p.m.: "Native American Religious Freedom versus Property Rights: A Case Study of the Gabrielino-Tongva and the Sacred Site Puvungna"
Friday, April 4, 2014
Music on a Friday Afternoon
The Music Department's weekly event showcases a wide repertoire of student talent in a casual setting.
Kyleene Johnson, piano: Gymnopedie No. 1 by Erik Satie (1886-1925)
Nina Paus-Weiler, piano: Des Abends Op. 12 by Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Joseph Yi, piano: Nocturne Op. 72 No.1by Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)
Laurel Cecile Cox, piano: The Legend of Zelda: Piano Medley by Koji Kondo (b. 1961) arr. Michael Ostil
Lisa Wu, piano: Allegro di Molto by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
Angus McDonald, piano: Invention in F Major by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Tiffany Goh, piano: Valse Brilliante, Op. 34 No. 2 by Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)
Alyssa Cottle, saxophone: Four by Miles Davis (1926-1991)
Laura Bedalov, piano; Raphael Monroy, violin; Josh Yu, cello: Trio in E minor, Opus 67, No. 2 by Dimitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)
Saturday, April 5, 2014
Holi Dinner Celebration
The college community is invited to a culturally immersive experience with a fully catered Indian meal, Bollywood dance performances, a colorful Fashion show, live music, singing and an atmosphere of celebration!