Saturday Happenings: (also see yesterday’s post for Saturday morning events)

The Business of Strangers” 7 & 9 P.M., Loew–“Debut director Patrick Stettner’s dark thriller about a successful businesswoman (Stockard Channing) and her young assistant (Julie Stiles) who toy with a slow-witted businessman (Fred Weller) while stuck at an airport hotel” ($5 Dartmouth students, $6 gen. admission).

“Milque and Cookies” 8 P.M., Phi Tau–If you haven’t gotten a t-shirt yet… Bring 12-sided dice.

“The Lost Trailers” 11 P.M., Psi Upsilon–Visit the band’s website.

“Discoteca” 11 P.M., Sigma Delta–Featuring a new subwoofer.

“Johnny Lawrence” 8 P.M., Sigma Alpha Epsilon–The SAE brother puts on an acoustic show.

Tucker Events (see yesterday’s post for pre-10 AM events)

“Music, Multi Culturalist & Human Survival” 10:15 A.M., 105 Dartmouth–Hafiz Shabazz, Director,World Music Percussion Ensemble and Adjunct Associate Professor of Music.

“Religion at Dartmouth Post 9/11 Panel” 10:15 A.M., 28 Silsby–Includes panelists from various religious groups.

“Panel of Tucker Deans” 10:15 A.M., Filene Auditorium–Seven of them, actually.

“Spoken Word Poetry Workshop” 11:20 A.M., 105 Dartmouth

“Making the World a Little Better” 11:20 A.M., 1 Rockefeller–At first I thought this was a bit vague, but a subtitle notes a focus on “Community Service.”

“Ethics In the Workplace Panel” 11:20 A.M., 3 Rockefeller–Facilitator is Ronald M. Green, chair of the religion department and director of the ethics program.

“Affordable Housing In the Upper Valley Panel: Matching Needs to Resources” 11:20 A.M., B03 Moore

“Student Voices: Agents of Change” 11:20, 28 Silsby–Four students show that by speaking up about what matters to them, they can be given reign over a panel discussion of their very own.

“Lunch” 12:30 P.M., Commonground

“Multiculturalism & Pedagogy: Other Peoples’ Lives” 2:30 P.M., 113 Silsby

“The Roots of a ‘Liberal Arts’ Education & Its Meaning for our Time” 2:30 P.M., 1 Rockefeller

“Faith Based Ideas And Initiatives: Does Anybody Really Care… And If So, Why?” 2:30 P.M., 2 Rockefeller

“Making the Right Choices” 2:30 P.M., 3 Rockefeller–No subtitle: this really is vague.

“Art and Culture for the Greater Good: From Concept to Implementation” 2:30 P.M., 213 Silsby

“Cultural Extravaganza” 2:30, Alumni Hall–“Hosted by Dartmouth students for children of the Upper Valley and anyone else who wants to celebrate diversity.”

“Collegiate Gospel Fest” 8 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium

More information available here.

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