Honors FYI: Learning Opportunities this Week


It’s Monday and this might be the last thing that you’re thinking about, but this week, there are a so many exciting things going on around campus. OSEMA has organized two additional lectures in conjunction with Native Native Heritage / First Peoples Month, music and theater students are performing all throughout the week, and various Departments have organized guest lectures and panel discussions on a variety of topics.

Take a break of studying and check out one of these opportunities below.

These opportunities can also all be used to fulfill the Cultural Engagement aspect of your Honors requirements. Visit your Taskstream after attending one of the events and submit a 300 word report to earn credit for it.

Color Key:
LectureMusical PerformanceTheatrical PerformancePanel Discussion

For more information about each event, click the title to link to a full description.

MONDAY (Nov. 14th)
Beethoven Violin Sonata Cycle III:  Calvin Wiersma, violin
7:00 PM | Hockett Family Recital Hall

“Re-thinking Thanksgiving – A Native American Perspective”
7:00 PM | Emerson Suites

“LET’S TALK: How did TV news affect the election?”
12:10-1:05 PM | Park Auditorium

Performances of select scenes from Shakespeare’s best-known plays
1:30-2:05 PM | Lee Byron Acting Studio #4 (lower level of Dillingham Center)

Registered Dietician Nutritionist and cancer survivor, Myra Berkowitz to speak about nutrition
4:30-5:30 PM | Ithaca College Wellness Clinic

CSCRE Discussion Series presents “Toward a Liberative Construction of Safety and Healing in Schools:  Responding to the School Pushout of Black Girls”
6:00 PM | Klingenstein Lounge

“Antisemitism in the 21st Century”
7:00 PM | Textor 101

Contemporary Chamber Ensemble
7:00 PM | Hockett Family Recital Hall

Trombone Troupe
8:15 PM | Ford Hall

“Of Land & Bodies: Gendering Colonization, Decolonizing the Indigenous Imagination”
7:00 PM | Williams 222

Ithaca College Startup Idea Demo Day
5:00-8:00 PM | Rev: Ithaca Startup Works – 314 E State St., 2nd Floor (next to Viva Taqueria)
*Must register online in order to attend. To register click here.

On the Verge presents a staged reading of John Webster’s “The Duchess of Malfi”
6:00 PM | Handwerker Gallery

8:15 PM | Ford Hall