10:00 AM - Catholic Mass
11:30 AM - Interdenominational Worship Service
4:00 PM - Catholic Mass
9:00 AM - Qigong
6:45 PM - Richard Sander: "Affirmative Action and the Dilemmas of Race in 2015"
12:00 PM - William Deresiewicz: "Public Writing in a Private College"
7:00 PM - Annenberg Leadership and Management Speaker Series: Dr. Leroy Hood, Institute for Systems Biology
7:30 AM - Zen Meditation
9:30 AM - Yoga in the Garden
4:30 PM - LDS Meeting
6:45 PM - Paul Lim: "Global Evangelicalism and Human Trafficking: Tyranny of the Urgent"
7:00 PM - "Harvest of Empire" Screening and discussion led by William Perez
8:00 PM - Exploring Meditation
9:00 AM - Tai Chi
1:30 PM - The Rembrandt Club: First Thursday Lecture and Tea: "Finding My Way With Clay"
4:15 PM - Angela Thompson: "Dresden from 1945 to Now: Lived Experience and Lessons Learned"
5:00 PM - Art After Hours
6:45 PM - Michael Barone: "American Politics 2015: Looking Forward"
7:00 PM - Guerrilla Girls Performance
12:00 PM - David Orr: "Hot Careers in a Warming World"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Traditional and Modern Music of Japan
1:15 PM - Jum'ah Prayers
2:30 PM - Peggy Phelan: "Selfies: The Past and Future of Photographic Self-Portraits"
4:15 PM - Mary Coffey: "Orozco, History, and Myth"
4:30 PM - Nancy Chodorow: "'Could you direct me to the Individuology Department?' Psychoanalysis, the Academy and the Self"
5:30 PM - Shabbat Services
6:30 PM - Shabbat Dinner
8:00 PM - Ussachevsky Memorial Festival of Electro Acoustic Music
10:00 AM - Bernard Field Station Volunteer Workday
10:00 AM - 20th Anniversary of KSPC's CD & Record Expo
8:00 PM - Harvey Mudd Concert Series: Music for Cello and Piano
3:00 PM - Student Art Studio Tour
4:15 PM - Poet in Residence: Louise Gluck
6:45 PM - Margaret Stock: "Exploiting the Myths, Traps, and Absurdities of Immigration Law"
12:00 PM - Alan Rosen: "Killing Time, Saving Time: Calendars and the Holocaust"
12:00 PM - John Werren: "Influential Passengers: Bacterial Symbionts That Manipulate Their Hosts"
4:15 PM - Greta LaFleur: "Early Biopolitics and Urban Reform: Boston's 'Negro Hill,' 1815-1840"
4:15 PM - Yuk Wah Chan: "Still on the Move? Left-Behind Vietnamese Refugee Migrants in Asia and the Changing Landscape of the Vietnamese Diaspora"
6:45 PM - Diana Selig
7:00 PM - "Silent Screams: India's Fight Against Rape" Screening and discussion led by Namita Bhandare
12:00 PM - Namita Bhandare: "The State Versus the People: When Protestors and the State Clash. Lessons from India"
6:45 PM - A. Dirk Moses: "The Diplomacy of Genocide and the Nigeria-Biafra War"
6:45 PM - Jonathan Rosenberg '83 P'15: "How Google Works"
4:15 PM - A Reading and Conversation with Laurence Rickels and Jonathan Lethem: "Germany: A Science Fiction"
4:30 PM - Namita Bhandare: "'Stop Rape Now!' Organization and Activism"
6:45 PM - Randall Kroszner: "Lessons from the Financial Crisis of 2008: Are We Safer Today"
8:00 PM - Harvey Mudd Concert Series: Wandern with Wolf
8:00 AM - Pomona College Family Weekend 2015
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Bird Songs -- Flights of Avian Fancy
6:00 PM - Shaw Wagener '81: "The Current Landscape for Investing in Emerging Markets"
8:00 PM - Pomonapalooza
8:00 PM - Keyboard Fireworks with Genevieve Feiwen Lee
10:00 AM - Family Bird Festival
3:00 PM - Family Weekend Concert: Hao Huang, pianist -- Beethoven's Blessings
3:00 PM - Pomona Composers
6:45 PM - Christopher Conway: "Blood and Ink: A Comic Book History of Mexico"
12:00 PM - Dacia Maraini: "Female Writing in Italian History"
4:15 PM - Mark Goble: "Once Upon a Time in Slow Motion: On Cinematic Slowness"
6:45 PM - Richard Clarke
7:00 PM - Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann: "Leadership, Innovation and Impact"
"Self or No-Self?"
4:15 PM - Christine R. Yano: "Pink Globalization: Japanese Cute-Cool as Global Wink"
4:15 PM - Cressida Heyes: "Dead to the World: Rape, Unconsciousness, and Social Media"
4:15 PM - Mel Chen: "Chemical Intimacies and the Time of Race"
6:45 PM - Claire Thomas '07: "Turning Your Blog Into A Brand"
12:00 PM - Azure Antoinette: "Creativity, Courage, and Using Your Voice"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Music of Mozart and Barber
7:00 PM - "An American Ascent"
8:00 PM - Pomona Senior Recital: Kevin Burke, baritone
Biennial Late Antique Medieval Studies (LAMS) Symposium: Religious Boundaries and Their Maintenance
8:00 AM - Family Bird Walks with Wild Birds Unlimited
10:00 AM - Habitat Gardening
10:00 AM - Medicinal Plants of California Herb Walk
3:00 PM - Plucked String Extravaganza
3:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Choir and The Claremont Chamber Choir: Folk Songs from Around the World
6:45 PM - James Joseph: "Building and Sustaining Community in a Divided Nation: What I Learned from Mandela"
11:00 AM - 5-C Chemistry Seminar Series: Paul Fischer: "Group VI Metal Complexes of Tris(diphenylphosphinomethyl)phenylborate"
6:45 PM - Victor Shih: "Chinese Debt: Is it Sustainable?"
12:00 PM - Daniel Solorzano: "Educational Access, Persistence, and Graduation for Students of Color"
12:00 PM - John David O'Brien: "Reflections on Mirella Bentivoglio"
4:00 PM - Daniel Solorzano: "Racial Micro-Aggressions"
6:45 PM - Kevin Allred: "Politicizing Beyonce: Black Feminist Politics and Queen Bey"
8:15 PM - Pomona College Student Recital
12:30 PM - LOCATION CHANGE Julia Sushytska: "Between Humanism and Antihumanism: Mamardashvili on Becoming Human"
4:15 PM - Dr. Paul R. Josephson: "Nature Transformed: Imperial Visions from the Tropics to the Arctic"
6:00 PM - Hispanic Spirituality
6:45 PM - Zerlina Mazwell
7:00 PM - World Cultures Lecture
8:30 PM - Harvey Mudd Concert Series: The Eclipse String Quartet of Los Angeles
Religion and Politics: Governence, Power, and the Sacred
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Chamber Music by Telemann
9:30 AM - SPLASH Workshops
10:00 AM - Design Details: Plant Pairings
8:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Orchestra