Tuesday Happenings: “Strategic Supremacy” noon, Hanover Inn–Tuck professor Richard D’Aveni will discuss his new book, Strategic Supremacy – How Industry Leaders Create Growth, Wealth, and Power Through Spheres of Influence, over lunch. Attendees will receive copies of D’Aveni’s book.

“What matters to me and why” noon, Tucker–Professor Jim Kuypers of the speech department, this week. Lunch served.

“Appearance and Reality” noon, Thornton Hall Lounge–Another philosophy lunch, catering by Panda House. Ponder perceptions, reality, and the compostion of your lo mein.

“Pillars – Activism and Social Change” 5:30 P.M., 212 Collis–Learn how to be a nuisance. Dinner served.

“Festival of New Musics” 8 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–George Lewis performs ($3 Dartmouth students, $8 gen. admission).

“More Than a Few Good Men” 9 P.M., 105 Dartmouth–“Jackson Katz, a renowned speaker and anti-violence specialist, will address men’s role in ending violence against women.”