| Monday, 20 November 2017 |
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Student Supervisors - Last Day to Review and Submit Student Timecards

12:00 AM
Student Supervisors - Last Day to Review and Submit Student Timecards
Students no longer have the ability to enter hours or finalize timecards for hours worked from the 1st - 15th of this month. It is now your responsibility to verify the accuracy of your students’ timecards, enter missing hours, make corrections, and submit timecards for payment.
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Tutor Appreciation Day

12:30 PM

Tutors help keep this office running, and it’s approaching the time of the semester where we show them our appreciation: Tutor Appreciation Day!

Have an awesome tutor? Fill out a thank-you card at our table on the 20th and nominate your tutor for Tutor of the Term. Fill out the nomination form at:

Are you a tutor? Stop by our table in DK’s on Monday, November 20th, from 12:30-1:30pm to pick up a goodie bag. If you can’t make it then, come by the LEADS office anytime between the 20th and Wednesday the 22nd.
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COA Meeting

4:00 PM
Curriculum Oversight and Administration Committee (COA) Meeting
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FYI Leader Introduction Meeting

4:00 PM
Introductory meeting for the 2018 FYI leaders
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Tournées French Film Festival - May God Bless France!

7:00 PM
Please join us for the final film of the 2017 Tournées French Film Festival, May God Bless France! The screening is free and open to everyone.
Film Synopsis:
May Allah Bless France! is the invigorating first feature by acclaimed French
rapper and novelist Abd Al Malik, a coming-of-age story and redemption
tale based on the writer-director’s own youth in the beleaguered projects
of Strasbourg. The film follows the struggles of Régis, a budding rapper
who relies on petty crime to fund his passion for music. But as his fellow
musicians get lured into drug dealing, teenage Régis finds salvation in the
classics of French literature and his conversion to Sufi Islam. While Abd Al
Malik’s edifying hymn to education and tolerance is first and foremost a boldly idealistic statement, it is also a profoundly satisfying cinematic experience, shot in high-contrast black and white and full of powerful stylistic devices that break with convention to heighten the impact of everyday violence and injustice. Fluidly adapting his talents as a storyteller to the screen, Abd Al Malik revisits the “banlieue film”—the sub genre of films dealing with restless youth in France’s tough suburbs, launched by Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine in 1995—not only to give an insider’s update, but to break with the genre’s suffocating pessimism. In these challenging times for France, and particularly for French Muslims, this intelligent and accessible call for a potential way forward is nothing short of essential viewing.
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(HWC) Zumba Fitness

7:15 PM
Note: This class will be held in the Fieldhouse.
(Drop-in class) Zumba is a Latin inspired dance fitness class that incorporates Latin and international music and dance moves. Facilitated by our partners at the YMCA
This class is only available to current students only.
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Winds & Jazz Concert

7:30 PM
This concert features the music of two Beloit College ensembles, the Wind Ensemble, conducted by Glen Wilfong, and the Beloit College Jazz Band, directed by John Meyers.