A Dinner with the Poets (Faculty Lounge, to right of Alumni’s Hall main entrance) @ 5 p.m.
Dinner with the poets of the Harlem WK Project.
Women in Business Dinner (Collis 101) @6 p.m.
Join WIB and students from the Tuck School of Business Retail Club to learn about careers in fashion and retail. Catered dinner.
Dartmouth Film Society (Wilson Hall room 205) @ 6 p.m.
Por Latinoamerica (Berry 368) @ 6 – 7 p.m.
Topic: The advent of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in Peru and its progression since 1996. Free Dinner Discussion.
AASPIRE Dartmouth’s Pan Asian Women’s Group (Casque and Gauntlet) @ 6 p.m.
PAC Alumni Series: Dinner with Diana Hwang ’04
(Sort of free) Mardi Gras Showcase (SAE) @9 p.m.
Enjoy performances by the Decibelles, Soul Scribes, and SHEBA, along with food from Molly’s Ramunto’s. EBA’s, and more. Suggested donation at the door to support Dartmouth Global Leadership Program’s trip to Honduras.
Upper Valley Voices (Tucker Living Room) @12:00-1:00 p.m.
Join a lunch discussion with members of Local First Alliance, a group of community leaders, citizens, businesses, nonprofits, and farms, committed to thinking local. Soup and salad lunch provided.
Russian Tea (Russian Seminar Room, a.k.a Reed 220) @4:30 p.m. Join the Russian department for an afternoon tea with snacks.
Film Screening of EDUCATION UNDER FIRE and Human Rights in Iran Discussion (Rockefeller Hall 002) @ 4:30 p.m.
The 30-minute documentary Education Under Fire profiles the growth, struggle, and inspiring spirit of the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education. Baha’is in Iran spirit of the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education. Join us for some delicious refreshments and an informative discussion of this timely issue.
GA Meeting (Collis 101) @5 p.m. Make your voice heard, hear about the first annual Dartmouth Symposium on Sexual Assault, and have some free food.
V-Men: Sex, Drugs, Responsibility & Masculinity @ Dartmouth and Beyond (Alpha Delta Fraternity) @ 6-8 p.m.
Dinner discussion as part of V-Week 2012.
DAO Dinner Discussion (Collis 101) @ 8 p.m.
Vagina Monologues Controversies (Collis Commonground) @6-8 p.m.
Screening of “Until the Violence Stops”, panel and discussion. Free dinner served.
Rocky Voxmasters (Morrison Commons, Rocky) @6:30 p.m.
Improve your public speaking skills and enjoy some free Jewel of India/Ramuntos!
Kwame’s Open Mic (One Wheelock) @ 7-10 p.m. Stop by One Wheelock for a cozy study break, Lou’s pie, and musical performances by Dartmouth students.
What Matters to Us and Why (Tucker Living Room) @12:00-1:00 p.m.
Join us for a lunch discussion with several students about their experiences with V-Week.
The Dartmouth Apologia (Haldeman 125) @6 p.m.
Join the Apologia for a discussion on Chris Hauser’s article on “Faith and Paradox,” along with a pizza dinner.
Politalk Discussion Dinner (Morrison Commons) @630-730 p.m
Attend a presentation by special guest Amanda Pirih, who will talk about her experience as a lobbyist and human rights activist at the UN. Free Orient.
Bazaar Presents: OBSESSION (Left Bank Books, above Dirt Cowboy) @8:30-10 p.m.
Attend Bazaar’s open storytelling event to hear and/or deliver impromptu story tellings. Refreshments provided.
Macaroon Mellows (Alpha Theta Coed Fraternity) @10 p.m.
Chill out and snack on coconut and almond macaroons.
Students Fighting Hunger Dinner (5 Summer Street) @ 4-6:30 p.m.
Help cook dinner/hang out with our community members of the Upper Valley every Friday! Dinners are held at Our Savior Lutheran Church, which can be found on the campus map toward the bottom right corner.
Mountains for Moms Movie Night (Casque & Gauntlet) @6:30 p.m.
Watch A Walk to Beautiful, a documentary about Ethiopian women afflicted with obstetric fistula, and enjoy a free dinner from Orient.
Look @ the Hood Student Party (Hood Museum of Art) @8-10 p.m.
Attend the winter party at the Hood and enjoy art, refreshments, music, and wine (+21).
Sex & Money (Rocky 3) @ 6:30 p.m.
Modern Abolition Initiative will be showing the documentary “Sex + Money,” a film about domestic minor sex trafficking and the modern-day abolitionist movement fighting to stop it. A free dinner will be provided.
The Arab-Israeli Conflict: Discussion on the Middle East (The Roth Center) @7 p.m.
Attend a student-facilitated dinner discussion about students’ connection to and role in the political situation in the Middle East.
Miss Representation Screening (Dartmouth 105) @ 7 p.m.
Screening and free dinner.
Bait and Bullet Feeds (Psi U) @ 7 p.m.
Bait and Bullet is Dartmouth’s premier hunting and fishing club! Come to Psi U Friday night for their weekly dinner.
Dartcon (Alpha Theta Coed Fraternity) ALL DAY Play any type of game (board games, card games, console games, computer games, RPGs, LARPs…) during this 48-hour gaming event, while enjoying free snacks.
Organic Farm: Labor, Food, and Fun (Dartmouth Organic Farm) @3-8 p.m.
Unwind and work at the farm, then join in a potluck dinner (bring food to share!) and a concert by Reckless Breakfast. Rides leave from behind Robo at 3, 4:30, and 6 p.m.
Public Lawyering: Which Paths Can I Take? (Haldeman 041) @6-7 p.m.
Hear six different speakers from Vermont Law School speak about their career paths in public law, then ask questions and speak with the panelists afterwards. Dinner from Yama.
Safe Space Open Bar & Soul Scribes (One Wheelock) @ 10 p.m. – midnight
Snacks & drinks.
Sunday Evening extravaganza (Phi Tau) @ 10 p.m.
Take a nighttime study break and relax at Phi Tau while enjoying a free ice cream sundae.