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  Events for October 30, 2014

Walk-In Hours - Career Development Center

- Location: Career Development Center
(10:00 AM - 4:30 PM)
Stop in to see a counselor to talk about any career concerns/issues/questions that you may have.

Halloween Mad Libs Table

- Location: Powell Dining Hall
(11:00 AM - 2:00 PM)
Get in the spooky spirit with the Writing Center this Halloween! The Writing Center will have a "Mad Libs" table on the third floor of Powell Campus Center. Come and fill in the blanks to create a hilarious Halloween adventure!

Zumba classes

- Location: Multipurpose room, Health and Wellness Center
(12:00 PM - 1:00 PM)
- Attachment 1: October registration form
Zumba classes -- designed to give you a work-out and have you back at your desk/class in less than an hour -- will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon in the multipurpose room of the Health and Wellness Center.

Think Before You Treat

- Location: Ade Dining Hall
(12:00 PM - 1:00 PM)
Drawn to Diversity, an Alfred University program which addresses issues of equality through art and creativity, is planning a silent demonstration called "Think Before You Treat" regarding derogatory Halloween costumes this Thursday, Oct. 30 at noon.

Ten students will stand silently in the Ade Hall lobby wearing insensitive Halloween costumes that are often criticized but rarely accompanied with education about the topic. Costumes and education will include blackface minstrelsy, domestic violence, religious portrayals, disabilities, and ethnicity. The tagline for the program reads "Don’t Dress Up As Ignorance This Halloween."

While the artist-activists will not engage in dialogue, they will distribute Halloween candy with accompanying educational literature detailing the history of their chosen costume. The artist-activists have requested no photography of their costumes be taken so that their images are not shared without the accompanying education. The program does intend to photograph the models in their own controlled photo-shoot to create a poster campaign which will be available on their website for educational use.

Bergren Forum - ’Individualism and Race’

- Location: Nevins Theatre, Powell Campus Center
(12:10 PM - 1:00 PM)
The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and the Provost Office will be meeting on Thursday, Oct. 30 at 12:10 P.M. in the Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Bob Stein
Topic: "Individualism and Race in Peter Matthiessen’s Shadow Country"

Professor Stein reads Peter Matthiessen’s novel as a critique of individualism as we commonly think of it. He will discuss the character of Edgar Watson whose psychological incoherence results from Watson’s commitment to American individualism and its corresponding racial assumptions.

Info session - Global Perspectives: Paris

- Location: Terra Cotta (upstairs)
(3:00 PM - 3:30 PM)
Have you ever dreamed of spending springtime in Paris? Here’s your chance! Global Perspectives: Paris will explore the history, art, and culture of Paris from its beginnings until the present day.

This course fulfills credits for French, Global Studies, and Art History, as such we will be examining the history of the city of Paris through various interdisciplinary perspectives, including: cultural, religious, political, economic, and social. Following a B-block course in Alfred during Spring 2015, students will spend two weeks in Paris in May.

Robyn Ochs: Bisexuality, Feminism, Men & Me

- Location: Knight Club, Powell Campus Center
(6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
Explores some of the intersections between the personal and the political, and learn more about Robin herself!

Robyn Ochs

- Location: Knight Club
(6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
- Link:

"This provocative talk explores some of the intersections between the personal and the political, covering topics from body image to social sex role conditioning to heterosexual privilege."

Speaker: Robyn Ochs

- Location: Knight Club, Powell Campus Center
(8:00 PM - 10:00 PM)
Program title: Loosening the Gender Girdle - How Gender Affects You.
What makes a man a man? What makes a woman a woman? Investigate the ways we are limited by the binary understanding of gender.

Robyn Ochs ’Loosening the Gender Girdle’

- Location: Knight Club
(8:00 PM - 9:00 PM)
- Link:

"We will look at the ways in which we are limited by a binary understanding of gender, and explore how the politics of gender tie together the feminist, queer and transgender movements."

Engineering and Material Science Day

- Location: Inamori School of Engineering
(All Day)
The Alfred University Inamori School of Engineering hosts an annual Engineering and Materials Science Day for junior and senior students from area high schools by invitation. Students attending must be accompanied by an adult. Tours and demonstrations in various engineering laboratories are conducted and students attending are also invited to participate in a scholarship examination. First, Second and Third place winners receive a scholarship that can be used in any of our engineering programs at Alfred University.

Engineering and Materials Science Day will be held October 30, 2014. For more information, please contact Emilie Carney, Assistant Dean of Engineering, 607.871.2708.