Core bulletin for February 7, 2011

Lectures this week:
CC102: Prof. Michael on Lao Tzu and the Tao Te Ching (2/8)
CC106: Prof. Mohr on, How does diversity arise at the DNA level? (2/8)
CC106: Prof. Mohr on DNA diversity impacting the functional diversity of proteins (2/10)
CC202: Prof. Schwartz on Goethe’s Faust (2/8)
CC204: Prof. Stone on racial inequality in the 21st century (2/10)


Lots to do this week in Core!

  • Tonight. Join the Core Journal! The first meeting for students interested in becoming contributors or staff editors of the 2011 Core journal will be at 5 PM in CAS 119.
  • Tuesday, February 8. Film Series screening of the Buddhist film Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… Spring. Dinner at 6 PM, film at 6:15 PM. CAS 224.
  • Wednesday, February 9. Profs. Wood and Formichelli will bring students to the MFA to view the Fresh Ink exhibit and the new American Wing. Sign up in CAS 119 and make sure to bring your BU ID. Meet in the Core office to leave by 5 PM.
  • Thursday, February 10. Prof. Sullivan has arranged a film screening of Putney Swope for the students of CC204. Pizza at 6; film at 6:30; in CAS room 424.
  • Friday, February 11. Prof.s Hamill and Formichelli will take students to the Frog Pond at Boston Common to go skating. Dress warm, and bring $5 if you need skate rentals. Meet at 4 PM in CAS 119, sign up in advance. Hot chocolate to follow! (Rescheduled from last week).
  • Saturday, February 12 or Sunday, February 13. Core goes to the ART to see Sophocles’ Ajax. Choose a night and sign up for a ticket in CAS 119. $5. Show begins at 7:30 PM. Pick up your ticket at the ART box office before the show, 64 Brattle Street, Cambridge. Harvard Stop on the Red line.
  • Sunday, February 13. Excerpts from Mozart’s Don Giovanni at Jordan Hall. Open to all students. 3 PM. $5. Tickets in CAS 119.

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