11:45 AM - Harry Markowitz: "Progress Towards a Game of Life Decision Support System"
6:00 PM - John Stratton Hawley: "Blind Faith: The Hindi Poet Surdas and his Visual Legacy"
12:15 PM - Gilda Ochoa: Where the Past Meets the Present: Latina/o Migration, Roots, and Resistance in L.A.
12:15 PM - Where the Past Meets the Present: Latina/o Migration, Roots,and Resistance in L.A. County
6:00 PM - Christian Rudder: "Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One's Looking)"
7:00 PM - Caren Cooper, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
6:00 PM - Patrick Chamorel: "Can Europe Come Back in the Age of Trump, Merkel, and Macron?"
1:30 PM - The Rembrandt Club: First Thursday Lecture and Tea
4:15 PM - "The Thing Happened As He Wished" Recovering Indigenous Psychologies in Community Mental Health
4:15 PM - Will Alexander
5:00 PM - Art After Hours at the Pomona College Museum of Art
12:15 PM - Music by Ives, Kohn, and Schubert
8:00 PM - Pomona College Orchestra Opening Concert
10:00 AM - Why We Need Our Bees
3:00 PM - A Musical Inaugural Kick-off Celebration
10:00 AM - Claremont Heritage Home Tour-Towne Ranch
3:00 PM - Bessie Bartlett Frankel Concert
3:00 PM - Pomona College Orchestra Opening Concert
6:00 PM - Evgeny Finkle: "Ordinary Jews: Choice and Survival during the Holocaust"
11:45 AM - Clifford Welch: "Brazilian Agrigolpe: Brazil's 2016 Parliamentary Coup and Challenge in Historical P
12:00 PM - Teaching with Technology Brown Bag Lunch Discussion
12:15 PM - Hussam Ayloush: American Islamic Relations
12:15 PM - Muslims Not Welcome: The Political Ramifications of Islamophobia on Muslim Immigrants in America
6:00 PM - Jay Bellissimo P'20
4:15 AM - The Salton Sea in 2017: Salinity, Shrinkage and Solutions
2:00 PM - Ramona Bowl Fresco, A National Treasure
6:00 PM - Jonathan Zimmerman P'18: "Impolitic Politics: How We Lost the Ability to Speak Across Our Difference
8:15 PM - Student Recital
12:15 PM - Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in the Age of Trump
6:00 PM - Kevin Breel: "Boy Meets Depression: Confessions of a Depressed Comic"
12:15 PM - Works for solo violin by J.S. Bach
5:30 PM - Things That Go Bump in the Night
7:30 PM - Art Garfunkel in Conversation
10:00 AM - What to Plant? What to Plant? What to Plant?
3:00 PM - The Inauguration of G. Gabrielle Starr
6:00 PM - Achill Schuermann: "Symmetric Polyhedra -- From Platon to Modern Computational Mathematics"
11:00 AM - Film Screening and Q&A With Director Rodrigo Plá
6:00 PM - Charles Yu, writer and "Westworld" story editor
6:00 PM - Humane Immigrant Rights in L.A.
6:00 PM - Ryan McMahon '08: "The Ever-Changing Music Business"
7:00 PM - Performative Film Screening with Artist Naomi Rincón-Gallardo
12:15 PM - Pheminoise performs music by Liu and Martinů
8:00 AM - Free Family Bird Walk
10:00 AM - Fall Planting Festival
8:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Orchestra
3:00 PM - Music from Brahms' Last Years with Gary Bovyer and Genevieve Feiwen Lee
3:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Orchestra
6:00 PM - Ali Asani: "Hymns of Wisdom: The Ismaili Ginans of South Asia"
12:15 PM - Go Back to Where You Came From: the Backlash Against Immigration and the Fate of Western Democracy
4:15 PM - Fascists, Communists, and the Masons: Conspiracy Theorizing in the New World Order
6:00 PM - George Anders: "Work's Provocative Future"
6:00 PM - Ovarian Psychos: A Screening and Conversation on Activism in East LA
7:30 PM - Scripps Student Recital
6:00 PM - Christine Loh: "Ecological Civilization: Is This the Answer to Fixing China's Environment?"
11:45 AM - Keith Whittington: "Why Free Speech Matters on Campus"
6:00 PM - David Myers: "American Shtetl: A Hasidic Town in Suburban New York"
7:00 PM - Citizen Science
7:00 PM - Sangam Sitar & Cello
8:00 PM - Cabaret (musical)
11:45 AM - Valerie Ramey: "The Importance of Anticipation in Macroeconomics"
12:15 PM - Redefining Americana through new compositions
1:30 PM - Claremont DH Showcase
3:00 PM - Music by Madhuri Rao (Scripps '16), Shulamit Ran, Luis Rosalebron, and others
7:00 PM - Kirsten Ashley Wiest, Soprano
6:00 PM - Jose Medina: "Taking Responsibility for Racial Violence: Shooting the Racist Imagination"