9:00 AM - Tai Chi in the Garden
12:00 PM - Nora Zelevansky
1:30 PM - "Sound & Space: Michael Brewster 1967-2012"
2:00 PM - Mustafa Akyol: "Islam without Extremes: A Case for Muslim Liberty"
5:00 PM - Art After Hours at Pomona College Museum of Art
5:30 PM - Ms. at 40: Celebrating Four Decades of Feminist Journalism
6:45 PM - Jon Huntsman, Jr.: "2012 Elections and the Challenges Facing America Today"
7:00 PM - Susan Suntree
9:00 AM - "Scripturalizing the Human"
12:00 PM - Anthony Shay: "Igor Moissev's Song and Dance Ensemble"
12:00 PM - Julie Guthman: "Changing the World One Meal at a Time, or Having Our Cake and Eating It Too?"
12:15 PM - Francisco Guerau
1:15 PM - History, Her Stories: Germany from a California Perspective
5:30 PM - Shabbat Service
8:00 AM - Garden Walking Club
10:00 AM - Bernard Field Station Volunteer Workday
10:00 AM - Fall Planting Festival
10:00 AM - Free native plant clinic
10:00 AM - Master Class with Nzingha Camara (Guinea)
11:45 AM - Master Class with Mareme Faye (Senegal)
1:30 PM - Master Class with Babacar N'diaye (Senegal)
3:15 PM - Master Class with Marietou Camara (Guinea)
5:00 PM - Phylise Smith: "The Influence of West African Dance on Contemporary Dances"
8:00 PM - five conversations about two things with Aron Kallay, piano and Yuri Inoo, percussion
8:00 PM - Sankofa: A tribute to Pioneers of West African dance and culture in Southern California
9:30 AM - Catholic Mass
11:00 AM - Interdenominational Christian Worship
4:30 PM - Catholic Mass
12:00 PM - Harnessing the Power of Google Scholar
6:45 PM - James Cuno: "Encyclopedic Museums in the Post-Colonial Present"
9:00 AM - The Education of the Eye
4:00 PM - All About Zotero
4:15 PM - Weekly Chapel
6:45 PM - Election Night Commentary
7:30 PM - Marko Peljhan, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, UC Santa Barbara
7:30 PM - Student Recital
7:30 AM - Zen Meditation Group
8:00 AM - Harvest Time Book and Bake Sale
9:30 AM - Yoga for Beginners
12:00 PM - Il SaKong: "The Role of Asia in the Global Setting"
4:10 PM - Tim Wendler: "Utilizing the Mudd Experience in a Career Managing Environmental Cleanups and Clients"
4:30 PM - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
5:30 PM - Dinner Theater with Leonard Pronko
6:45 PM - August Kleinzahler: "The Poet Reads from His Work"
12:00 PM - The Bureau of Experimental Speech and Holy Theses-Election Day Eternal Telethon
12:15 PM - Dan Stafford, Matt Construction: "The Art of Computer Integration in Construction"
4:00 PM - The Chamber Music of Mendelssohn and Brahms
4:15 PM - Matt Delmont: "How American Bandstand Created the American Teenager"
6:45 PM - Ann Meyers Drysdale: "You Let Some GIRL Beat You?"
7:00 PM - Undocumented and Unafraid
8:30 AM - Scripps Olive Harvest Celebration
12:00 PM - Student Food Justice Community Engagement Presentations
12:15 PM - Trio Lykos
1:30 PM - "Secret to Great Writing" - For CMC Students Only
4:00 PM - "RefWorks: The Bibliography that Built Itself"
8:00 PM - Keys and Sticks with Third Coast Percussion, Theresa Dimond, percussion and Genevieve Feiwen Lee, piano
3:00 PM - Third Coast Percussion
6:45 PM - Richard McGregor: "Reporting on American Democracy and Chinese Autocracy in the 21st Century"
12:00 PM - Michelle Barger: "From Clay Pots to Concepts: The Conservation of Contemporary Art"
12:00 PM - Sotirios Barber: "The Fallacies of States' Rights
4:15 PM - Warren Neidich: "Artistic Research in the 21st Century: Turning the Inside-Out"
6:45 PM - Peter White: "Turn the Poet Out of Doors: A Natural History of Robert Frost"
7:30 PM - Carl Stone, Composer and Professor, Chukyo University School of Information Sciences, Japan
7:30 PM - Lee Aase: "Bringing the Social Media Revolution to Health Care"
12:00 PM - Linda Davis Taylor: "Financial Fitness for Women"
12:00 PM - Lynn Rapaport: "Zap! Pow! Bam! Superman Fights the Nazis"
12:00 PM - Money Wise Women present Linda Davis Taylor and Gwen Miller '81: "Financial Literacy for Women"
12:00 PM - Sotiros Barber: "The Fallacies of States' Rights"
4:00 PM - RefWorks, Zotero and Mendeley, "Oh My: How to Choose the Right Citation Management Tool"
4:10 PM - John Livingston: "Slum Housing: Building a Better Shack in Urban Slums in Developing Countries"
4:15 PM - Martina Vandenberg
4:15 PM - Matthew Zapruder
6:45 PM - James Gelvin: "The Arab Uprisings"
7:00 PM - Pomona Student Union: Financial Crisis
6:45 PM - Robert Samuelson
8:00 PM - A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen
12:00 PM - Burkhard Bilger: "The Place of Science Writing in Literary Journalism"
12:15 PM - Music of Copland, Fauré and Brahms
3:00 PM - Robert Marks: "China's Early Modern Environmental History"
7:00 PM - HMC American Gamelan Concert
8:00 PM - Pomona College Band, Graydon Beeks, conductor
11:00 AM - Acorn Festival
2:00 PM - A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen
10:00 AM - Guided Tram Tours of the California Plant Communities
3:00 PM - Pomona College Band, Graydon Beeks, conductor
5:00 PM - 39th Annual International Banquet
12:15 PM - James Sadler, CIS, HMC: "Experiments in Lecture Capture"
5:30 PM - E-11 Autonomous Vehicles Final Competition
6:45 PM - Joseph Lelyveld: "Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India"
6:45 PM - The Business of Baseball
6:45 PM - Maricus Rediker: "The Amistad Rebellion: A History from Below"
12:00 PM - Chris Guzaitis
12:00 PM - Kris Mitchener: "What Does History Have to Teach Us about Banking Panics and Central Bank Responses"
6:45 PM - Eugene Volokh: "Mechanisms of the Slippery Slope"
7:30 PM - Christine Greenhow: "Social Media and Learning: Students Getting Help from Friends"
12:00 PM - Selma James: "Sex, Race, and Class: The Perspective of Winning"
4:00 PM - Fabrizia Lanza: "Slow Food"
6:45 PM - Paul Krassner: "Who's to Say? A Life Lived on the Edge"
12:00 PM - Richard Eaton: "Sufis and the Growth of Islam in India -- Two Patterns"
6:45 PM - "earth's imagined corners": A Devised Theatre Piece on Immigration
6:45 PM - Broken Borders/ "earth's imagined corners"
7:00 PM - Eleanor Clift: Post-Election Commentary
12:15 PM - Brahms
12:15 PM - Chris Stone, CS, HMC: "Answering Student Questions with Pizza"
1:30 PM - Symposium: "Women in Wartime East Asia, 1937-1950"
7:00 PM - 5C Dance Company Showcase
8:00 PM - Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph
8:00 PM - Pomona College Choir, Donna M. Di Grazia, conductor