Monday Happenings: (Another strange chapter in the GreenPrint saga–from the “Computing – Outages” bulletin: “The GreenPrint machines and the public print window in the Berry basement are closed until we clean up and assess any water damage to GreenPrint.”)

“Free Tibet” noon, Dickey Center–Lunch with Ani Choying Drolma of the Nuns’ Welfare Foundation of Nepal.

“New-Release Party” noon, Fairchild–Pick up a copy of the latest Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science. Sure to be happening.

“The House of the Vettii in Pompeii” 4 P.M., 13 Carpenter–Barbara Kellum speaks.

“World Week in Review” 6 P.M., 206 Baker–Current events discussion, quiz to follow.

“Dinner at Amarna” 6:30 P.M., Amarna–Dine with Christopher Jocks, assistant professor of Native American studies and religion.

“Chanting Performance” 7 P.M., Rollins–Ani Choying Drolma of the Nuns’ Welfare Foundation of Nepal.

“The Commitments” (film) 7:30, Collis lounge–Sponsored by the Irish Society.

“Guster on-sale” Collis information desk–Purchase tickets to their concert on Friday, May 17 ($15 Dartmouth students, $20 gen. admission).