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The Monday Catchup

August 31, 2015

It’s Mooonnnndaaaaaay! Aren’t you thrilled? Sure you are. And if not, here’s a roundup of this week’s events to keep you going ’til Friday.

Deadlines: Last day to audit, sign up for individual study, or drop/add classes is FRIDAY!

Special Events:

Saturday:

BFEC 20th Anniversary Celebration: River Trail hikes offered from 1-4 pm, and from 6:30-9 pm there will be free music, performances from Kenyon students, free ice cream (!!), and animals from Ohio Nature Education (!!!). All events at the BFEC.

Arts, Culture, and Talking Heads:

Today:

“Daguerreotype to Digital: American Photography” – exhibition in Olin Archives & Special Collections that examines the history, use, and role of photography in America. Can’t make it today? No worries – it’s on view through September 30.

Friday:

Physics Colloquium lecture: “Seeing Electricity and Magnetism at the Nanoscale: Scanning Probe Microscopy of Graphene Spintronic Devices,” by Andrew J. Berger, ’08. – Come hear an alum (who is now a grad student at OSU and spent the summer writing for Discover magazine) talk about his research at 3:10 in Hayes Hall 109.

Sports:

Tuesday:

Men’s and Women’s Cross Country vs. Kenyon Tri Meet, 6:30 pm

Friday:

Men’s Soccer vs. Otterbein at 5:30 pm

Saturday:

Women’s Soccer vs. Hanover at 1 pm

Sunday:

Women’s Soccer vs. University of Mount Union at 1 pm

Men’s Soccer vs. Heidelberg at 3:30 pm

Life Management:

Wednesday: Grad School Info Session – let the lovely humans from the Career Development Office walk you through the grad school application process, from taking the GRE to figuring out financial aid at 7 pm in Olin Auditorium.

Thursday:

City Year, Peace Corps and Teach For America table  and info session- Pick up some info on your way to lunch. Peirce lobby, 11 am – 1:30 pm. Interested? Come hear from their recruiters at 5 pm in Finn House.

What is Career Development and Why Should I Care? – First years, you’re required to go to one of these sessions, and this one is suggested for those whose names fall between Abdel Khalik and Fuisz. 11 am, Higley Hall Auditorium.

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