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.
PAAC is hosting Grocery Bingo on Friday, January 19at 9 p.m. on the OC!
Don’t miss your chance to stock up with yummy prizes!
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.
We will begin the second semester of the 2017-2018 academic year with a 10-minute all-college gathering featuring Barry Boyer ’84. An inspired speaker, Boyer was profoundly influenced by his time at Cornell and will give a talk titled “These Three Things …”
Monday, January 15 at 9 a.m. in King Chapel
Classes will start after the convocation.
Mark your calendars!
The Big Event will be Sunday, February 25 at 7 p.m. in the Gym. This great music event will be free for Cornell students.
Watch for the artist reveal and more information during Block 5!
Lessons & Carols
Wed. Dec. 6th, 6:30 p.m. Allee Chapel
A night of carol singing, healing beauty, hope, & peace.
Optional Ecumenical Communion follows.
~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life. Led by students, faculty, chaplain & other staff. All are welcome.
Join PAAC for a fun night of comedy with Francisco Ramos. He was a top 10 finalist from “Last Comic Standing” and is sure to be full of lots of laughs.
Friday, December 1
Sponsored by PAAC & Union Latinx
Hello Class of 2019!
How would you like an opportunity to enjoy a great home-cooked meal or homemade desserts while relaxing in a welcoming home?
You are invited to participate in an experience like no other available on campus. Various staff and faculty that live locally have signed up to host a gathering in their Mount Vernon homes just for senior class students on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m.!
All you need to do is complete this form no later than Tuesday, Nov. 7th, show up at the address provided, and enjoy!
Transportation is up to you, however all locations are within 1 mile of campus. Addresses and directions will be provided after sign up.
Thinking about study abroad, but not sure how to afford it? Come learn from the experts about your scholarship and financial aid options.
When: November 7 at 11 a.m.
Where: Ringer Dining Room
“Standing Rock & the Growing Pan-Indigenous Movement for Life: Honoring What the Creator Has Made,” is the title of the 2017 Small-Thomas Lecture by Lyla June, of Diné (Navajo) and sétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) lineages. June will explore her experiences at Standing Rock, events and issues at Standing Rock, and the ancestral paradigm that lead protectors to take the positions they held. These ancient and refined belief systems vary from nation to nation but all hold a similar reverence for the inherent, life-giving design of nature. Through an exploration of these sustainable, ancestral world views, the lecture helps us to understand more specifically what we can do in this time to move with the rhythms of the earth, instead of forcing her to move to the rhythms of our anthropocentric greed. The Small-Thomas Lecture is an endowed lecture series focusing on the intersection of faith and social justice.
When: Wednesday, November 8 at 6:30 p.m.