The Big Event is Next Sunday!

American indie pop band AJR will headline Cornell’s Big Event at the Small Multi-Sport Center. The band, which consists of three brothers,  Adam, Jack, and Ryan, are known for their hit song “Weak.” The opening act is rap and hip-hop artist Kamau. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Admission is free for students, faculty, and staff with a Cornell ID. The public can get into the concert by paying $10 at the door. Advance tickets for the public will not be available.

Questions? ABaumanPower

Work Study Positions Open for Next Year!

The Student Health Center and the Counseling Center have 3 Student Staff openings for friendly, responsible student employees for the 2018-2019 year. Duties are mainly receptionist desk coverage, clerical tasks, and assisting with health and counseling education projects. Confidentiality is a must. Please stop by our front desk in Ebersole and fill out an application by Monday, February 26. Resume encouraged but not required. You must be eligible for work study to apply.

?s: SAbresch

Help create the Cornell College Insider Guide for new students

Last year we started a new tradition of current students helping new students prepare for Cornell with their best tips about college life.  This year we’d like to add to our Insider Guide with your perspectives.  Bonus?  Submit your answers to our 6 questions by Feb 13 at midnight, and we’ll enter you into a drawing for a $25 Visa gift card.

Here’s the link: https://goo.gl/forms/XXM4Ha99BgMzzxX42

Questions?  jvisser@cornellcollege.edu

Murder Mystery Hosted by Mission Improvable

PAAC Dark Purple presents Hollywood Comedy Murder Mystery, the newest hot show from Mission IMPROVable Productions! Two professional performers from America’s #1 touring comedy improv troupe use their unique skill set to lead you through a murder mystery experience unlike any other. The detectives combine elements of improv comedy, audience participation, and physical evidence to create a unique and engaging event that will keep everyone laughing all night! Are you up to the challenge?

Questions?  PAAC

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Week Events

Celebrate the legacy and impact of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a week full of events.

Monday, January 15:

9 a.m.-5 p.m.:  Day of Service on the OC – Make items to donate tot the University of Iowa Hospital.  Sponsored by Intercultural Life and Civic Engagement.

5 p.m.:  MLK Vigil in the Thomas Commons – Join the Spiritual Life Office for a brief program of candle lighting and recollection.

Tuesday, January 16:

11 a.m.: Marathon Reading on the OC of Dr. King’s address during his visit to Cornell College.

Wednesday, January 17:

6 p.m.: Showing of the movie “Detroit” in Hall-Perrine.

Thursday, January 18:

11 a.m.: Radio Tribute to Dr. King by Intercultural Life.  Turn in online at krnl.fm or on the radio at KRNL FM 89.7.

6:30 p.m.:  Hilltop Chronicles – Series sponsored by the Social Justice Initiative, where we hear stories on what social justice means to them from members of the Cornell College and surrounding community.

Friday, January 19:

9 a.m.: Refugee Simulation – Join the Social Justice Initiative for a simulation of a family seeking refuge from a war torn land.

Questions?  TWestern