| Thursday, 9 November 2017 |
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Dean's Office Thursday Lunch

11:30 AM
Dean's Office Thursday Lunch for faculty and staff. Cost for lunch is $5.00; no RSVP is needed.
Event Admission Fee: $5.00
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Chemistry Capstone Seminars

12:00 PM
Open to all! Join us for the final presentations by students in the Chemistry Capstone (Chem 380) course. Presentations will be 12 minutes each and aimed at an audience with a science background at the general chemistry level.
Leah Mellett, Detecting RMTase-Mediated Resistance to Aminoglycosides by use of Arbekacin
Mark Christine, Perchlorate Removal: Isotopic Composition in the Great Lakes
Carlton Henning, Laryngeal Paralysis in Canines
Baylee Slevira, Comparison of oncogene driver defined osteosarcoma cell lines in vitro
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Morality and Markets, Dr. Ginny Choi, St. Vincent College

4:00 PM
Dr. Ginny Choi is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics and Government at Saint Vincent College and the Co-Director of the Economic Education Series at the Center for Political and Economic Thought. Dr. Choi is an experimental economist. From her chapter with Virgil Henry Storr, Ph.D., "Critics of markets have often asserted that markets undermine morality and that market dealings are unfair and corrupting. In their perspective, the expansion of the market and market values taint the nature of the goods being exchanged and the relationships between the parties to the deal.[We] argue that the market is a social arena where individuals not only pursue their material goals but also exercise their moral selves; after all, meaningful social bonds characterized by trust and trustworthiness can and do develop in market settings. The market depends on and promotes trust and trustworthiness as well as fairness and reciprocity and these values, as suggested by experimental economic evidence, play important roles in successful market exchanges." ("Can trust, reciprocity, and friendships survive contact with the market?" in J.A. Baker and M. D. White's (eds) Economics and Virtues: Building a New Moral Foundation. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 217-235. Forthcoming) For more on experimental economics, see
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ASP Meeting

4:00 PM
Academic Strategic Planning Committee (ASP) Meeting
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(HWC) All Body Workout: Cardio, Strength & Flexibility

4:30 PM
Tues/Thurs, Oct. 17th and 19th Classes are Canceled
This circuit training-style will involve rotating from one station to another in set periods of time. Each interval varies from 1-3 minutes, alternating between strength and cardio.
Cardio work can include Step, Hi/Lo Aerobics, or Cardio Kickboxing. Strength work can include medicine balls, bands, mat exercises, body weight exercise, free weights and more.
This class is designed for all levels to help improve strength, endurance, flexibility and balance.
This class is for current students only
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Intersex Activist Pidgeon Pagonis!

7:00 PM
Join the Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA) of Beloit College to hear from Pidgeon Pagonis (they/them) a renowned intersex activist! Intersex people are people who do not neatly fit into the socially constructed ideas of male or female bodies. Intersex people are often subjected to unnecessary/non-consenual surgies, and stigma that negatively impacts their lives.

Pidgeon is going to present to Beloit College and the greater Beloit community about issues surrounding intersex identities and touch on their experiences being intersex themselves. We are excited and looking forward to hearing them speak, and we hope you are too!

Feel free to join, we just ask that you be respectful of people's identities, pronoun usage (some people use pronouns other than he and she), and come open to learning!

Here's their website if you want to check them out!:
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(HWC) First Aid Training

7:00 PM
Get Trained in First Aid (SIGNUP REQUIRED)
Date: Thursday November 9, 2017
Time: 7-10pm
Location: Sports Center Multi-Purpose Room (lower Level)
Cost: $5 (cash or check only). Pay at the session
Availability: 16 spots
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The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

7:30 PM
Join Arturo Ui, a charming small-time gangster, as he bullies, cons and blackmails his way to the top of the Chicago cauliflower distribution racket in the 1930s. The play was written in 1941 as a satirical allegory of the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party and embodies Brecht's epic style, dark humor and social commentary.
Show dates: Nov. 9, 10, 11 and Nov. 16, 17, 18, 2017
Event Admission Fee: $5, $7, $10