Calendar

| Wednesday, 4 April 2018 |
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(HWC) signup: Massage Therapy

12:00 PM
Sign up for a free 15 minute chair massage on 4/8 from 3-7pm in the Spirituality Room.

Sign Up WHEN: Wednesday 4/4
Sign Up WHERE: The sign up link will be sent out via stuboard on Wednesday 4/4 at noon.
EVENT DATE: Sunday April 8 in the Spirituality Room. Please show up 5 minutes before your session.

If you participated in the previous massage event, please wait until next month to sign up for another massage. We would like to give as many students a chance to participate.

CANCELLATION:
PLEASE CANCEL YOUR APPOINTMENT IF YOU CAN NO LONGER MAKE IT.

WAITLIST
We do not keep a waitlist. You are welcome to hang out in library during the massage time. If a student does not show up or is 5 minutes late to their appointment, the massage therapist will look for a nearby student to use the session.
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Faculty Forum - CANCELED

12:00 PM
CANCELED
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Baseball Vs Edgewood College

3:00 PM
Watch the game live here: https://portal.stretchinternet.com/beloit/
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All-Faculty Meeting

4:00 PM
All-Faculty Meeting
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North Korea under Kim Jong-un: Economy, military, and human rights

4:00 PM
Curtis Melvin, a researcher at the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins SAIS, will be talking about the political economy of North Korea. Mr. Melvin is a contributor to the website 38 North, and editor of the blog "North Korean Economy Watch." Mr. Melvin's work has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, as well as other outlets.
Mr. Melvin has a MA in Economics from George Mason University and a BA in Economics from the University of Georgia.
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Women's Lacrosse Vs Carroll University

7:00 PM
Watch the game live here: https://portal.stretchinternet.com/beloit/
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Drop-In Organizational Tutoring

7:00 PM

Drop-In Organizational Tutors are available to help you get organized throughout the semester. Our tutors can help you:

Break tasks down into simpler, less intimidating steps
Develop time-management skills and techniques
Prioritize competing projects and responsibilities
Improve your note-taking abilities
Locate resources for improving your academic performance
Become more self-motivated and think about the best learning strategies for your needs
And develop study skills.

Bring all course syllabi and your preferred planner or calendar, and an organizational tutor will get you on the right track.
BTYB: Learning Enrichment & Disability Services
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Crom Visiting Philosopher Keynote: Andy Clark

7:30 PM
The 2018 Crom Residency
Natural-Born Cyborgs? Reflections on Bodies, Minds, and Human Enhancement
Andy Clark, Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
We are entering an age of widespread human enhancement. The technologies range from wearable, implantable, and pervasive computing, to new forms of onboard sensing, thought-controlled equipment, prosthetic legs able to win track races, humble but transformative waves of smartphones, and the newer horizons of augmented, virtual, and mixed realities. But what really matters is the way we are, as a result of this tidal swell of self- re-engineering opportunity, just starting to know ourselves: not as firmly bounded biological organisms but as delightfully reconfigurable nodes in a communal flux of information, communication, and action. This gives us a new opportunity to look at ourselves, and to ask the fundamental question: Where does the human mind stop, and the rest of the world begin?