Tuesday Happenings: “What Matters to Me and Why” noon, Tucker–Lunch with sociology professor Misagh Parsa.

“Aporia Philosophical Discussion: The Good Person” noon, Thornton Lounge–“What is a good person?” and “What makes them come about?” “Thrilling discussion catered by Panda House, complete with vegetarian option.”

“ECO Meeting” 1 P.M., 212 Collis–Do you find facts inconvenient? Does recycling make you feel good even if it doesn’t always help the environment? Do you skip laundry to reduce phosphorous effluents? If so then, unfortunately, this meeting’s for you.

“Picture Books, Gender, and Leadership Styles” 5:30 P.M., 218 Collis–“Does gender impact your leadership style? Are certain leadership traits more masculine and feminine? How does this all relate to you? We’ll explore this through the use of children’s literature and conversation.” Children’s literature?

“Savitri” 7 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–The Nrityagram Dance Ensemble of India performs with a discussion to follow ($5 Dartmouth students, $20 gen. admission).

“Men’s Dinner and Discussion” 7 P.M., 218 Collis–Scott Stokoe, Organic Farm Manager, is the man of the week.

“New alcohol policy” 7:30 P.M., 105 Dartmouth–The Student Assembly Committee on Alcohol Policy announces its recommendations for Dartmouth’s new alcohol policy. Open bar (correction: no open bar).

“Deep Banana Blackout” tickets on-sale now, Collis Info Desk–Concert will be Saturday, April 20, 10 P.M. (free for Dartmouth students, $5 gen. admission).

“Innovative Leadership in a Global Society” RSVP through wednesday–Saturday, May 4, conference at the Alden Inn held by the Rockefeller Center. Email “Society Conference” to RSVP.

At the Nugget: The Rookie, Ice Age, E.T., LOTR, and Kissing Jessica Stein.