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Calendar of Events 2014

As we are work on this year's Calendar of Events
please check back often for updates
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted

 Thursday, January 9

 Geisel

Geisel School of Medicine Film
Looks into the Night Film and Discussion
Dr. Susan Karol MD, Chief Medical Officer; Indian Health Service
6:00 pm, Chilcott Auditorium

 Tuesday, January 14

 community panel

Hopkins Center Panel
Community Health
4:30 pm, Rockefeller 003, Free
Co-Sponsored by the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy

Friday, January 17

 hospital

Hopkins Center Performance
"Hospital"
Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD)
*8 pm, the Moore Theater, Hopkins Center

 Saturday, January 18

 Dallas Buyers Club

Hopkins Center Film
DALLAS BUYERS CLUB
*7 pm LOEW Black Family Visual Arts Center
hop.dartmouth.edu

 hospital

Hopkins Center Performance
"Hospital"
Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD)
*8 pm, the Moore Theater, Hopkins Center

Sunday, January 19

 father boyle

Community Faith Celebration
with Father Greg Boyle
3-4:15 pm, Rollins Chapel

Monday, January 20

 ella bell smith

Human Resources presents
MLK Day Employee Celebration Breakfast
with Professor Ella LJ Bell Smith, Ph.D.
*8:30-10 am, Grand Ballroom, Hanover Inn
Pre-registration required: www.dartmouth.edu/~hrs or (603) 646-3411

 MLK towards freedom

Martin Luther King Jr.'s Speech at Dartmouth
Towards Freedom: An Audiorecording of King's Speech with Images from the Civil Rights Movements
9 am-3 pm, 105 Dartmouth Hall
presentation loops approximately every hour
Also at www.dartmouth.edu/~towardsfreedom

 quilting

Tucker Foundation Service Opportunity
MLK Day of Service: Dartmouth Gives Back
12 noon-3pm, Collis Common Ground

 student forum

Student Forum on Global Learning
with Opening Address by President Phil Hanlon, '77
11:30am-3:30 pm, Haldeman & Kemeny Halls
Sessions run throughout the day
Info and full presentation abstracts: www.dartmouth.edu/global/studentforum

 Play date image

Dartmouth Alliance for Children of Color Playdate
Sharing Dreams for the Future
3:30 pm-5 pm, Cutter-shabazz Hall, mural room
Parents or guardians must remain with their children

 Alpha Logo

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Presents
22nd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Candlelight Vigil Precession
with speaker Professor Russell Rickford
5 pm, gather at Cutter-Shabazz Hall, first floor 

 john quinones

Keynote Address by Journalist John QuiƱiones
*7 pm, The Moore Theater, Hopkins Center
Reception to follow at the Top of the Hop
Free tickets at the Hop Box Office beginning noon January 14th w/Dartmouth ID
beginning 10 am January 17th for general public 4-ticket limit per person
Ticket holders must take seats by 6:45pm, after which empty seats become available to all

 Tuesday, January 21

 claudia

Tucker Foundation Lunch Discussion
What Matters to Me and Why?
with Claudia Anguiano, Lecturer in Speech
12 noon-1 pm, Tucker Foundation
Light lunch provided

 Thursday, January 23

Student Reform

Students for Education Reform (SFER)
Donuts & Discussion
4:15 pm, Collis 218

 cass sunstein

The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy & Social Sciences
Cass Sunstein "Free by Default"
4:30-6:00 pm, Filene Auditorium

Geisel

Geisel School of Medicine Keynote Address
"A Psychiatrist's View of Disparities Over 40 Years."
Dr. Drake will share his personal experiences with mental health training and practice in relation to disparities.
6:00 pm, Chilcott Auditorium

Friday, January 24

 lifted banner

Student Performance Showcase
LIFTED: A Celebration of Unity and Song
9:30pm, Collis Common Ground

Saturday, January 25

 WADJDA

Hopkins Center Film
WADJDA

*6 pm, LOEW, Black Family Visual Arts Center
hop.dartmouth.edu

fruitvale

Hopkins Center Film
FRUITVALE STATION

8:30 pm, LOEW, Black Family Visual Arts Center
hop.dartmouth.edu

 Sunday, January 26

 12 Years

Dartmouth Film Society
12 YEARS A SLAVE
*4 pm, LOEW, Black Family Visual Arts Center
hop.dartmouth.edu

 Monday, January 27

 kristie ford

Intergroup Dialogue as Vigorous & Positive Action
with Dr. Kristie A. Ford, Associate Professor of Sociology and
Director of the Intergroup Relations Program at Skidmore College
9-11 am, DCAL

Tuesday, January 28

 fire in the blood

ID&E Film Presentation
Fire in The Blood
12 noon-2 pm, 324 Blunt Alumni Center
Brown bag lunch; beverages and dessert provided

 swish

The African & African American Studies program presents
Pre-doctoral Research Symposium
4:15pm, Occom Commons

Geisel

Geisel School of Medicine Panel
Perspectives from the Community: Overcoming Unintended Bias in Care Delivery
Panelists from the Upper Valley and beyond will share their perspectives on bias and its impact on care delivery
6:00 pm, Chilcott Auditorium

Wednesday, January 29

 Gordon Parks

The Hood Museum of Art Presents
Activist Photographers Leading for Change
5-6:30 pm, Hood Museum of Art

how to

Hopkins Center Film
HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE

Editor Woody Richman '92 in person, discussion follows
*7 pm, LOEW, Black Family Visual Arts Center
hop.dartmouth.edu

Thursday, January 30

 charles Jones

Community Lunch Discussion
Social Justice and the Civil Rights Movement: 1964-1968
12 noon-1:30 pm, Cutter Shabazz Hall
Light lunch provided

Friday, January 31

 Social Justice clock tower

Martin Luther King Jr.
Social Justice Awards and Honoree Panel Discussion
4:30 pm, Collis Common Ground
Reception to follow

Last Updated: 1/27/14