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| Monday, April 15, 2019 |
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Fall 2019 Registration Add-Drop

12:00 AM
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Last day to register for Summer Block courses

12:00 AM
Register now for a 3-week summer course on campus, online, or in Rome, Italy. What can you expect from a Block course? You will get to immerse yourself in a fascinating topic, work collaboratively with exceptional professors, fulfill various requirements, and earn 1 unit of credit. During 3 weeks (Mary 22-June12) students and faculty engage deeply with issues in a way that is often not possible in the regular academic year when they need to balance multiple classes and commitments.
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City Year Recruitment Day

11:30 AM
City Year is one-year experience you can get your hands on after graduation! If you are interested in working with students towards their goal and being a counselor for them throughout their year at high school, come to the Recruitment Event of City Year, sponsored by LAPC.
The event agenda is below:
11:30 - 1:30 PM: Tabling in Pearsons
3:00 - 4:00 PM: Information Session with Student Leaders
5:00 - 7:00 PM: Tabling outside of Commons
For more information, contact recruiter Josse Torres jtorres@cityyear.org
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Beloit Zen Community: Meditation and mindfulness

5:15 PM
Join us for siting and walking meditation, with a Zen focus. Learn how to center yourself, manage stress, and achieve more peace and wisdom in your everyday life. All are welcome. We will provide instruction in mindfulness techniques and practices for beginners, and also for experienced meditators. Roshi Myoyu Susan Andersen, of the Great Plains Zen Center, leads our sessions.
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SWING STATE Documentary

7:00 PM


The SWING STATE documentary is a non-biased, historical account of contentious Election 2016, and Wisconsin's important part in it. The film travels to Blue and Red Counties in America's Dairyland, asking folks (including Beloit College students) who they supported and what they thought happened. Fairly early on, things start pointing toward one very important question: Is Friendship still possible in such a divided state and nation? The Director is Bryan Oldenburg '86, and the film's running time is 1:35 approx. Admission is free.