1:30 PM - The Rembrandt Club: First Thursday Lecture and Tea
5:00 PM - Art After Hours at the Pomona College Museum of Art
6:45 PM - Stephen Walt: "Where is U.S. Foreign Policy Headed?"
Chemistry in Service to Society
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert: Trio Lykos perform Beethoven's first trio
12:15 PM - Lauren Faber O'Connor: "Stepping Stones to Sustainability: The Landscape of Green Jobs"
1:00 PM - TedxKGI
8:00 PM - 2018 Ussachevsky Memorial Festival of Electro Acoustic Music - Day 1
10:00 AM - Container Gardening
3:00 PM - 2018 Ussachevsky Memorial Festival of Electro Acoustic Music - Day 2: Lecture/Demo
7:00 PM - 2018 ICCA Southwest Quartfinal
8:00 PM - 2018 Ussachevsky Memorial Festival of Electro Acoustic Music - Day 2: Concert
8:00 AM - Free Family Bird Walk
10:00 AM - Medicinal Plants of California Herb Walk
6:45 PM - Adam Michnik: "The Shift Toward Authoritarianism in Government Today"
11:00 AM - Chemistry Seminar: Jenny Yang, UC Irvine
4:15 PM - Reading: Lily Hoang
6:45 PM - Miry Whitehill: "Survive to Thrive: Welcoming our Newest Neighbors and the Story of Miry's List"
12:15 PM - Anoush Baghdassarian '17: "Coming 'Home': Documenting 100 years of Displacement of Syrian-Armenians"
12:15 PM - Peter Maier '49 GO '20 GP '20: "Planning with the New Tax Law and Avoiding Mistakes Under the Old Law"
6:45 PM - Joel Kotkin: "California: How the Golden State's Economic Policies are Driving Out a New Generation"
12:15 PM - "Women Driving Innovation: A Conversation with Three Tech Leaders"
6:00 PM - A ritual for protection and creativity
6:00 PM - Artist as Activist: Liz Lerman in Conversation
6:45 PM - Danielle Allen: "The Declaration of Independence: Lessons for Citizenship in Challenging Times"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert: Music by Eve Beglarian, Jodi Goble, and Emilie LeBel
8:00 PM - Jonathan Wright, violin and Stephan Moss, piano in recital
9:30 AM - Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics Day 2018
10:00 AM - Birding and Drawing to Pathways of Observation
4:15 PM - TALK: Drs. Brown and Harris on justice, abolition and intersections of art/social practice
3:00 PM - William Peterson, College Organist, in recital
7:00 PM - HMC Concert Series: Varied Trio
2:00 PM - Book Launch: "A House of Prayer for All People," David Seitz
6:45 PM - Yve-Alain Bois
12:15 PM - Daniel Richter: "Where Do We Go From Here?: The Future of Early American History"
12:15 PM - John Perez
6:45 PM - Robert Malley P'20: "Should the U.S. Try to Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace-or Get Out of the Way?"
2:00 PM - Absence, othering and naming
5:00 PM - "Talking Black in America" Film Screening and Discussion with Executive Producer Walt Wolfram
8:15 PM - Pomona Student Recital
4:00 PM - Angie Estes Poetry reading
12:15 PM - Asli Bali: "Authoritarian Consolidation and the Criminalization of Knowledge Production in the Middle East"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert: Beethoven, Sonata in G Major, Op. 96
3:00 PM - Climate Change, Climate Justice: Organizing in the Face of a Changing Planet
3:00 PM - The Claremont Colleges' 10-Minute Play Festival
4:00 PM - Ideas@Pomona: Family Edition
6:45 PM - Kavita Gupta: "2018 Claremont Finance Conference: Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Disruption"
8:00 PM - Special Concert for Family Weekend
10:00 AM - Growing and Eating CA Native Plants
3:00 PM - ArtSmooch
10:00 AM - Family Bird Festival
4:15 PM - Intersectional Justice: Women Prisoners and Mass Incarceration
4:15 PM - Lecture/demo with Gamelan Çudamani, from Bali
6:45 PM - Ronald Klain P'20: "Picking for Keeps: Shaping the Future, One Justice at a Time"
12:15 PM - Inside the Immigrant Defenders Law Center
6:00 PM - Yaa Gyasi in Conversation
6:45 PM - Michael Shermer: "Heavens on Earth: The Scientific Search for the Afterlife, Immortality and Utopia"
7:00 PM - "North Korea: Options and Consequences"
6:45 PM - Alex Ross
12:00 PM - Making a Difference through Ethics with Sabine Romero, Scripps '95
12:15 PM - Thomas Miller: "The Future of Healthcare in America"
3:00 PM - Making a Difference on the Local & National Stages with Sabine Romero '95 and Hilda Solis
6:00 PM - Ayelet Waldman: A Really Good Day
6:45 PM - N. Gregory Mankiw: "Today's Economy and Its Discontents"
7:30 PM - Scripps Student Recital
12:00 PM - Making a Difference through Business & Nonprofits with Sabine Romero, Scripps '95
12:15 PM - Archana Sahgal '99: "The Declaration of Independence: Lessons for Citizenship in Challenging Times"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert: Music by Schubert and Luis Rosalebron
7:00 PM - An Inconvenient Sequel: Making a Difference through Civic Participation with Sabine Romero
8:00 PM - Pomona College Orchestra
6:00 PM - Making a Difference through Accountability with Sabine Romero, Scripps '95 and Two Guys on Your Head
7:30 PM - Banking on Beauty: Millard Sheets and Midcentury Commercial Architecture in California
8:00 PM - Mariachi Los Broncos de Pomona
2:00 PM - A Conversation with Myrlie Evers-Williams '68 and the Rev. James M. Lawson, Jr.
3:00 PM - Pomona College Orchestra
4:15 PM - Intruder between Rivers, a bilingual poetry reading
6:45 PM - Sean Hagan P'20: "Combatting Corruption - An IMF Perspective"
6:45 PM - Garrard Conley: "The Complicated South"
7:00 PM - Endre Holen P16, McKinsey & Company
6:45 PM - Marianne Haver Hill: "A Plan To Promote Equity Across Our Region"