12:00 PM - John Agnew: "Rethinking the World Water Problem"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Music of Villa-Lobos
1:15 PM - Jumah Prayer
5:30 PM - Shabbat Service
7:00 PM - Center for Sikh Studies Signing Ceremony
8:00 PM - Opening Concert
10:00 AM - Bernard Field Station Volunteer Workday
3:00 PM - Lecture/Demo
8:00 PM - Concert
9:30 AM - Catholic Mass
4:30 PM - Catholic Mass
4:00 PM - King Celebration Special Chapel
4:00 PM - Library Bootcamp: Get to Know Your Library in Thirty Minutes
6:45 PM - Joyce Carol Oates: "An Evening with Joyce Carol Oates"
8:00 PM - Susan Solomon: "A Tale for Our Times: Something for Everyone About Climate Change and the Reasons for Climate Gridlock"
12:00 PM - John Hirx: "Tiles from the Takht-i Sulaiman: The Sole Surviving Seasonal Mongol Palace"
12:00 PM - Student Perceptions of Technology and the Library: Results of the 2012 Student Library Survey
4:00 PM - "RefWorks: The Bibliography that Built Itself"
4:00 PM - Annual King Celebration Lecture
4:00 PM - M.L. King Celebration Worship Service
4:15 PM - Anne Rademacher: "Urban Ecologies in a Time of Revolution: River Restoration as Political Transformation"
4:30 PM - Susan Solomon: "Ozone Depletion: Enduring Challenges from Pole to Pole"
7:30 AM - Zen Meditation Group
10:00 AM - Artist Kirsten Everberg Visits with Sandeep Mukherjee's Art Class
2:45 PM - Rosario Sammartino: "If Your Body Could Speak: An Introduction to the Life/Art Process®"
4:00 PM - M.L. King Celebration Lecture
4:15 PM - Robert Gaines: "The Cambrian Explosion: The Burgess Shale and the Flowering of Complex Life on Earth"
4:15 PM - Sheila Heti
4:30 PM - Susan Solomon: "Identifying the Local Signals: Where in the World will the Climate Change First?"
4:30 PM - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
6:45 PM - Ted Lendon
12:00 PM - Murray Dry: "Same Sex Marriage and the Constitution"
12:15 PM - Jane Manning: "MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses"
1:30 PM - Evonne Gallardo
4:30 PM - Susan Solomon: "Surprises in Radiative Processes: What Chemicals are Changing our Climate?"
5:00 PM - Art After Hours
6:45 PM - Bruce Cumings: "America in the Pacific, from Polk's War to Obama's 'Pivot'"
7:00 PM - People in Glass Houses: The Legacy of Joseph Eichler
7:30 PM - 7th Annual Elizabeth Hubert Malott Public Affairs Program: Charles Krauthammer
12:00 PM - Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire: "No Stop Signs, No Directions - Where's the Roadmap from Here?"
12:00 PM - RefWorks, Zotero and Mendeley, "Oh My: How to Choose the Right Citation Management Tool"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Catalan songs by Mompou and Toldrá
8:00 PM - Todor Pelev (violin) and Douglas Ashcraft (piano) in recital
9:00 AM - The AfterMath Conference: Preparing for Careers in the Mathematical Sciences
9:00 AM - The Illegal Practice of Typography
7:00 PM - The Book is Culture
8:00 PM - Eclipse Quartet in concert
7:00 PM - Vigil for Immigration Reform
9:00 AM - Walking Meditation: Qigong Energy
12:00 PM - Steve Mariotti: "Using Entrepreneurial Education as an Educational Strategy for Low-income Youth"
12:30 PM - Tour of the Scripps Senior Art Studios
4:00 PM - Library e-Content on the go: Research with Mobile Devices
4:15 PM - German author, musician and DJ Thomas Meinecke reading at Scripps
4:15 PM - Randall Collins: "Gangs, Mafias, and Cartels: What Determines the Forms and Fates of Organized Crime?"
6:45 PM - Sharon Olds: "A Reading"
4:00 PM - All About Zotero
4:15 PM - Allison Truitt: "Designating Gold's Value in Vietnam"
4:15 PM - Benjamin Flowers: "Tyrants and Temples of Culture: Tales from the Recent Architectural Past"
4:15 PM - Manuel Pastor: "Public or Perish? Environmental Justice, Community-Engaged Research and New Collaborations"
6:45 PM - Philip Zimbardo: "My Journey from Evil to Heroism"
7:00 PM - Dallas Willard: "What Skepticism is Good For"
7:30 PM - Martha Gonzalez: "Chican@ Artivistas at the Intersection of Hope and Imagination"
9:30 AM - Yoga for Beginners
4:00 PM - Harnessing the Power of Google Scholar
4:15 PM - Tracy Fisher: "Transnational Black Diaspora Feminisms"
6:45 PM - Sandra Fluke: "Making Our Voices Heard"
8:15 PM - Bruce Watson: "The Environment of Earliest Earth: Decoding the Oldest Zircons"
9:00 AM - Tai Chi
6:45 PM - Robert Caro
8:15 PM - Bruce Watson: "Growth-rate Effects on Crystal Composition: From Phenocrysts to Climate Proxies"
12:00 PM - Hinh Dinh P'14: "Lunch with a Leader"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert Series: Music of Britten
4:00 PM - Ten Minute Play Festival
8:00 PM - Bluegrass and Old-Time Music
8:00 AM - Garden Walking Club
8:30 AM - Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium
8:00 PM - The Music of Karl Kohn
10:00 AM - Family Bird Festival
10:00 AM - Guided Tram Tours of the California Plant Communities
3:00 PM - Scripps College Faculty Recital: Hao Huang, piano
12:00 PM - Emily Honig: "The Life of a Slogan: Maoism, Gender, and the Chinese Cultural Revolution"
12:00 PM - Supercomputing in Plain English
4:15 PM - Monique Saigal : "Hidden Child and Clandestine Activities of French Women during WWII"
6:45 PM - Avy Stein P'14: "Preparing America and Yourself for the 21st Century Workforce"
12:00 PM - Adam Novy, Lecturer in Writing
4:00 PM - Prezi: The Anti-Powerpoint
6:45 PM - Herman Tull: "Whence Sanskrit? (kutaḥ saṃskṛtamiti): The Rise (and Fall) of Sanskrit in the West"
7:30 PM - John Regan Lecture: "Educational Politics in California"
7:30 PM - Sonia Marie De León de Vega: "Transforming Lives Through Music"
12:00 PM - Jessica Winegar: "Aesthetics and Politics in the Egyptian Revolution"
4:00 PM - Foreign Legal Research
4:15 PM - Owen Wiseman: "The Five Pillars: Building a Creative Career"
6:45 PM - Jaclyn Friedman: "What You Really Want"
6:45 PM - M. Darby Dyar: "Curiosity Knows No Bounds: Latest Results from the Mars Rover"
8:15 PM - Pomona College Student Recital
12:00 PM - Cristanne Miller: "'The Ear is the Last Face': Reading Dickinson in Lyrical Time"
12:00 PM - Tim Conlan
4:15 PM - Shinsuke Shimojo: "Cultural Differences, Implicit Cognitive Processes, and Safety of Nuclear Energy"
4:30 PM - Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds: "New Native Art Criticism"
6:45 PM - Naomi Nye: "A Reading" - RESCHEDULED to February 28
7:30 PM - Scripps Student Recital
12:00 AM - Ahmed Mobarak
12:00 PM - Jennifer Mattson: "Writing and Reporting: Journalism in the 21st Century"
6:00 PM - Life and Legacy of Constantine Symposium
8:00 PM - Pomona Junior Recital: Anatolia Evarkiou-Kaku '14, flute
9:00 AM - Life and Legacy of Constantine Symposium
12:00 PM - Douglas Peterson '80 P'14 P'15
8:00 PM - Happy 125th Pomona College - a concert with faculty performers Genevieve Feiwen Lee (piano), Roger Lebow (cello) and guests
6:45 PM - Michael Berube: "Bioethics: Too Important to Be Left to Bioethicists"
Beyond the Bifurcation of Nature: A Common World for Animals and the Environment
12:00 PM - Leah Schmalzbauer: "Gender, Migration and Legality in the Rural Mountain West"
12:00 PM - Mark Golub
4:00 PM - "Why I Heart Evernote (and You Should Too)"
6:45 PM - Rachel Lloyd: "Girls Like Us"
7:30 PM - Amy Catlin-Jairazbhoy and Nazir Ali Jairazbhoy: "Music for a Goddess"
12:00 PM - Bishop Lloyd Nsek
6:45 PM - Andrew Schroeder: "Good and Bad Ways to Allocate Scarce Medical Resources"
7:30 PM - Rosemary Radford Ruether: "Ecofeminism and the Challenge of Globalization"
12:00 PM - Ting Wu: "Personal Genetics: Miracles and Technologies, Promises and Challenges"
4:15 PM - Jeff Groves: "Sabbatical in My Garage: Building a Replica of an Eighteenth-Century Printing Press"
6:45 PM - Naomi Nye: "A Reading"
7:30 PM - Luis C. Moll: "Mobilizing Culture, Language and Educational Practices"
7:30 PM - Olufunmilayo I. Olopade, MD: "Closing the Knowledge Disparity Gap on Breast Cancer"