Calendar

| Monday, April 9, 2018 |
Global event

(HWC) Signup: First Aid/CPR Training

12:00 AM
Get trained and Certified in First Aid and CPR!
CPR TRAINING
Date: Tuesday April 17, 2018
Time: 7-10pm
Location: Sports Center Multi-Purpose Room (lower Level)
Cost: $5 for students, $40 for facstaff. Cash or check only. Pay at the session
Availability: 16 spots
SIGN UP HERE: tiny.cc/cprtraining


FIRST AID TRAINING
Date: Thursday April 19, 2018
Time: 7-10pm
Location: Sports Center Multi-Purpose Room (lower Level)
Cost: $5 for students, $25 for facstaff. Cash or check only. Pay at the session
Availability: 16 spots
SIGN UP HERE: tiny.cc/firstaidtraining
Global event

Class of 2019 Lottery number draw in Res Life (Whitney)

12:00 AM
Class year 2019 pick lottery number in the Res Life Office in Whitney.
Global event

COA Meeting

4:00 PM
Curriculum Oversight and Administration Committee (COA) Meeting
Global event

Why is Sectarian Conflict on the Rise in the Middle East

4:00 PM
A lecture on the current situation in Syria by Danny Postel, Assistant Director of the Middle East and North African Studies Program at Northwestern University. Postel majored in Philosophy at Beloit (Class of '91).
Global event

TRAS - The Indus Civilization (2600-1900 BCE)

7:00 PM
Three Rivers Archaeological Society presents, The Indus Civilization (2600-1900 BCE): New Insights on Early Urbanism and Its Legacy. This lecture, by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, UW-Madison, will focus on some of the most important new discoveries made at Harappa and other sites in Pakistan and India, as well as in neighboring regions such as Oman. The new findings reveal a shift in perspectives on how the Indus Civilization emerged around 2600-1900 BC. We know now that the origins of this culture can be traced to much earlier periods along the Indus and adjacent regions. New discoveries indicate that different regions contributed to the emergence of early urban society, rather than just one site or area. Regional variations also suggest that this culture adjusted to different local environments and socio-economic and politcal developments. The shared character of the Indus cities can also be understood through the study of their distinctive technology, ornaments, textiles, ceramics, architecture, art, and ideology. Between 1900-1000 BC the cities and settlements of this civilization began to change. Major issues that contributed to these changes will be discussed along with the important legacy of the Indus Civilization that has impacted later cultures and continues up to the present.
Global event

(HWC) Zumba Fitness

7:15 PM
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 available to current students only.