Thursday Happenings: “Sigma Nu Senior Symposium” 5:30 P.M., Sigma Nu–“Chris Bowen ’02 will be talking about his research comparing the economies of China, Taiwan, Mexico, South Korea, and India for the years 1960-1999.”

Stanley Plumly, 4 P.M., Wren Room–Part of the “Poetry & Prose 2001/2002 Reading Series.” Find a Plumly biography and several examples of his poetry here.

“Senior ‘Tails” 8 P.M., Top of the Hop–Seniors only, first drink free, bring legal identification.

“Mock Hearing on Sexual Abuse” 7 P.M., Commonground–From the event flyer: “Find out how the Dartmouth Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Office hears sexual abuse cases and decide for yourself.” Decide what? Whether they hear cases well?

“The Harp Consort” 8 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–“Andrew Lawrence-King leads the acclaimed early music group in Juan Gutierrez Padilla’s Missa Mexicana with dancers and a chamber choir” ($5 Dartmouth students, $22 reserved seating). Join Lawrence-King for an “informal discussion” at 7 P.M. in the Hopkins Center Faculty Lounge.

“Out of the Past” 8 P.M., a ounge in the Choates cluster–Another film in the “GSA Movie Series.” The IMDb lists six movies with this title; you figure it out: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.

“Drug Testing, School Policy, and the Law: Board of Education V. Earls.” 7:30, 2 Rockefeller–Panel discussion featuring Graham Boyd of the ACLU, Richard Willard of the Washington Legal Foundation, and Lindsay Earls ’05.