1:30 PM - The Rembrandt Club: First Thursday Lecture and Tea
4:15 PM - An Invisible Minority: Asian American and Pacific Islander Women @ The 1977 National Women's Conf.
4:15 PM - Talk and installations by artist Alexandra Bell
5:00 PM - Art After Hours at the Pomona College Museum of Art
6:45 PM - Cheryl Dorsey: "How We Rise: Strategies for Social Innovation"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert: Music by Melanie Bonis and Erwin Schulhoff
5:30 PM - Spiked Fridays in the Grove of Thorns
6:45 PM - Judy Belk: "That Person in the Mirror': Leveraging YOUR Time and Talents to Make a Difference"
8:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Choir, Treble Singers, and Orchestra, with Chaffey College Chamber Choir
10:00 AM - Family Bird Festival
3:00 PM - Chamber Music with Faculty and Friends
3:00 PM - The Claremont Concert Choir, Treble Singers, and Orchestra, with Chaffey College Chamber Choir
6:45 PM - David Frum: "American Conservatism at a Crossroads"
7:00 PM - Michael E. Moody Lecture Series: "A World From a Sheet of Paper," Tadashi Tokieda, Stanford Universi
12:15 PM - Tuesday Noon: Reflections on the Vietnamese Diaspora
4:30 PM - Pomona College Jazz Ensemble
6:45 PM - Tal Becker: "The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Jewish Discourse: Identity, Justice and Religion"
7:30 PM - Scripps Student Recital
6:00 PM - Ottessa Moshfegh and Colm Tóibín in Conversation with Rachel Kushner
6:45 PM - Omar Dajani: "Divorce Without Separation? Reimagining the Two-State Solution and Middle East Peace"
8:15 PM - Student Recital
8:00 AM - Free Family Bird Walk
4:15 PM - Making the Intangible Tactile
6:45 PM - Bishop Kyrillos: "Coptic Orthodox Christians in the Middle East"
12:15 PM - A Conversation on Healing: Truth, Reconciliation, and Restorative Justice
5:30 PM - Reyna Grande
6:45 PM - Michael Zuckert: "Freedom of Speech: Transformations Political and Philosophical"
7:00 PM - "Why Trump is Not the Problem"
7:00 PM - Tiffany Scurry '97, Western Digital
6:45 PM - Yukong Huang: "Reform Contradictions Facing China's New Leadership"
4:15 PM - Media Matters: Video Game Technology and the Interpretation of Ancient Places
6:00 PM - Black Lives Matter: Opal Tometi in Conversation
6:45 PM - Jonathan Haidt: "The Rise and Fall of a Tribal Species: Why America and its Universities are Malfunctioning"
7:00 PM - "How War Became Normal"
12:15 PM - Amitabh Chandra: "Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics"
12:15 PM - Friday Noon Concert: Music for Two Voices with Electronics
7:30 PM - Fonema Consort
8:00 PM - Senior Voice Recital
7:30 PM - Faculty recital and film screening
7:30 PM - The Missing Pictures and Sounds of Memory
3:00 PM - Paul Jacobs, guest organist
11:30 AM - The difficulty of remembering: the politics of memory in the Murals of Northern Ireland
12:15 PM - Tuesday Noon with Kim O'Neil and Christine Schutt
4:00 PM - Language in history: The Liverpool English Dictionary Project
4:15 PM - Arts and Archives of Complicity: Rethinking the Subjects of State Violence
7:00 PM - Sergio Monsalve, Norwest Venture Partners
6:30 PM - Girard Lecture: Jean M. Twenge
7:00 PM - Conversation with artist Genevieve Gaignard and Daphnide McDermet PO '20
7:30 PM - Shen Yun World Tour 2018
9:00 AM - The Rules of the Game (of Thorns)
2:00 PM - Shen Yun World Tour 2018