Student Activities Calendar
Events for Week of March 10
Sunday, March 10
Arts Alive Month Event - Noises Off, EC Theatre Production Mar. 10 at Gibson Theatre
The New York Times hailed Noises Off as "The most dexterously realized comedy ever about putting on a comedy. A spectacularly funny, peerless backstage farce.” The New York Post called it "the funnies ...
Siblings and Friends SAB Movie: Wreck-it Ralph Mar. 10 at Campus Center MacKenzie's
A video game villain wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream, but his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives. Starring: John C. Riley and Sarah Silverman; Rated PG; 101 min ...
Monday, March 11
Arts Alive Month Event - Guy Mendilow Sextet, Ladino Song in the Sefardic Tradition Mar. 11 at Gibson Theatre
The Guy Mendilow Ensemble is an award winning sextet comprised of world-class musicians representing a variety of national backgrounds: the USA, Israel, Palestine, Japan and the UK. Formed in 2004, th ...
Tuesday, March 12
Arts Alive Month Event - Cafe Society Film: Sunset Boulevard (1950) Mar. 12 at GTL Tripp Lecture Hall
This film stars William Holden as Joe Gillis, an unsuccessful screenwriter, and Gloria Swanson as Norma Desmond, a faded silent movie star who draws him into her fantasy world where she dreams of maki ...
Wednesday, March 13
Arts Alive Month Event - Shirley Samuels: Women and Sculpture in 19th Century America Mar. 13 at Cowles Hall Peterson Chapel
Dr. Samuels is a professor at Cornell with six years as Chair of History of Art and Visual Studies, four years as Director of Women’s Studies, and an ongoing engagement as Professor of English and Ame ...
Thursday, March 14
Arts Alive Month Event - Pi Day Documentary Film: The Story of 1 Mar. 14 at Watson 302
2005 BBC documentary about the history of numbers.
Arts Alive Month Event - Pi Day Contest and Cupcakes Mar. 14 at Campus Center Dining Hall
The Dining Hall on the second floor of the Campus Center features the Math Club Pi Day Digit Recitation Contest, math games, and a brochure with interesting facts about Pi. President Champagne will se ...
Arts Alive Month Event - Kite Flying Exhibition of Pi Digits Mar. 14 at Carnegie Lawn
Gather on the Carnegie Lawn around the wooden outdoor sculpture of Pi to witness a Kite Flying Exhibition of Pi digits with kites made by Elmira College math, art and science students.
Arts Alive Month Event - Pi Day Documentary Film: N is a Number: A Portrait of Paul Erdos Mar. 14 at Watson 302
Award-winning 1993 biography depicting mathematician Paul Erdos as he collaborates with his colleagues in different countries.
Arts Alive Month Event - Pi Day Documentary Film: The Proof Mar. 14 at Watson 302
The story of Princeton mathematician Andrew Wile struggles and ultimate triumph in his search for a proof of Fermat?s Last Theorem, a proof that other mathematicians had been seeking for more than 300 ...
Le Vent du Nord, Traditional Quebecois Ensemble Mar. 14 at Gibson Theatre
Le Vent du Nord, “the wind of the north,” has exploded onto the music scene since its inception in 2002 . They have received several prestigious awards, including a Canadian JUNO for Best Traditional ...
Arts Alive Month Event - Pi Day Movie: Stand and Deliver Mar. 14 at GTL Tripp Lecture Hall
Join members of the EC Math Club and the Cafe Society in the GTL Tripp Lecture Hall to view Stand and Deliver. In this 1988 film, inspired by a true story, Oscar-nominated actor, Edward James Olmos, p ...
Friday, March 15
100 Days Celebrations & Dance Mar. 15 at Campus Center Dining Hall
Join the Class of 2013 for their 100 Days Celebration. All students are invited to join the dance after 9:00 p.m. following the Class of 2013 100 Days Reception and Dinner in the Campus Center Dining ...
Saturday, March 16
SAB Travel Trip: New York City Mar. 16 at Depart From Perry Hall Parking Lot
Leaving Saturday, March 16th at 8:30 a.m. from the Perry Hall parking lot. Returning Sunday, March 17th at 4:30 p.m. from NYC. FREE hotel rooms provided by SAB! Signups for the first 100 students will ...
SAB Movie: This is 40 Mar. 16 at Gibson Theatre
After years of marriage, Pete (Paul Rudd) lives in a house of all females: wife Debbie (Leslie Mann) and their two daughters, eight-year-old Charlotte and 13-year-old Sadie. As he struggles to keep hi ...