Sunday, April 5, 2009

Figures of Speech (Life after thesis)

Have no idea what to do when you turn in your thesis? Whether you're a senior or a freshmen, these talks are where the party's at this week! Don't miss them!

"Cornel West: What matters to me and why?" - Monday, April 6th, 5:00 PM in Murray Dodge - Cornell West gives a heart to heart talk about the experiences forming his life philosophy, as a part of RLC's "What matters to me and why?" talk series. Don't miss this chance to find out what has influenced one of the greatest minds on Princeton's campus, and snag some free dinner while you're at it.

"Ethics and Climate Change Lecture Series: Climate Justice and the Capabilities Approach: The Flourishing of Human and Non-Human Communities" - Tuesday, April 7th, 4:30 PM in Betts Auditorium, Architecture Building - David Schlosberg talks to us about "climate justice", climate change from an environmental and social justice perspective.

"Film Screening: 'Terra Estrangeira'" - Tuesday, April 7th, 7:00 PM in Wu Cafe, Wu Hall- A screening of this Brazilian film about the realities of Brazilian in the 1990s will be accompanied by a discussion with Prof. Nicola Cooney from the Spanish and Portuguese department, and Braziian food! Check out the trailer: