Wednesday Happenings: “Child Pornography” 8 P.M., Alpha Theta–A discussion on the “ethics/morality” of such, hosted by Prof. Sinott-Armstrong.

“Christianity and Islam in the World Today” 6:30 P.M., Edgerton House–Anthropology Prof. Dale Eickelman “Discusses the impact of religion on societies, in the Middle East …and USA.” Eickelman is one of Dartmouth’s best and a great speaker.

If These Walls Could Talk 2” 8 P.M., Mass Row Lounge–part of the “GSA Movie Series.” 2000 HBO movie.

Murmur of the Heart” 6:45 & 9:15 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–“Diagnosed with a heart murmur and sent to a spa to recuperate, 14-year-old Laurent begins a less than innocent relationship with his mother.” Part of the DFS series “Growing Pains.” Comedy directed by Louis Malle ($5 Dartmouth students, $6 gen. admission).