Friday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.” (with apologies to KMS)

“Display of the AIDS Quilt” noon through 9 P.M., Commonground–Part of “AIDS Awareness Week.” Fetching fun for AIDS activists and quilters alike.

“Red Ribbon Campaign” noon though 2 P.M. and 5 P.M. through 7 P.M., Collis and Thayer–Part of “AIDS Awareness Week.” Wear a red ribbon to show that you’re against AIDS, apartheid, and the beating of defenseless children.

“Dartmouth Talks about AIDS” 2 P.M., Commonground–Part of “AIDS Awareness Week.” Listen to “HIV educators and HIV positive speakers.” Are you aware already?

“The Copernican Revolution Reconsidered” 2 P.M. 104 Wilder–Prof. Emeritus Owen Gingerich speaks.

“Why things break” 3:30 P.M., 100 Cummings–Ali Argon from MIT speaks.

“Strain-induced Quantization in Si/SiGe Vertical Quantum Dots” 3:30, 202 Wilder–Dr. Jun Liu of Brown University speaks.

“A Geneology of Jewish degeneration: Weininger, Lombroso and Nordau” 4 P.M., 2 Rockefeller–Marilyn Reizbaum, chair of the English department at Bowdoin College, speaks. Learn about these three “‘sex and race doctors’ of the turn of the 20th century” and their theories of eugenics.

“Free (Anonymous) HIV Testing Clinic” 4 – 7 P.M., 203 and 204 Robinson–Part of “AIDS Awareness Week.” Call 448-8887 for an appointment.

“Psychedelic Posters and Comix: Victor Moscoso & The Yellow Submarine” 4:30, Loew Auditorium–“Victor Moscoso, psychedelic poster artist who created posters for bands such as Big Brother and the Holding Company and the Doors, will present slides of his work. David Ehrlich, Visiting Professor of Film and Television Studies and a colleague of the animators who worked on The Yellow Submarine, will then speak about animation of the same time period.”

“Islam in America Today” 5 P.M., 105 Dartmouth–Part of “Islamic Awareness Week.” Dr. Aminah B. McCloud speaks, with opening remarks by Tucker dean Stuart Lord.

“Cinco de Mayo” 5:30 P.M., McCulloch Hall–Authentic Mexican food, “Ballet Folklorico de Dartmouth,” and a discussion with visiting religion prof. Darryl Caterine.

“20 Years of Theta at Dartmouth” 7 P.M., Brace Commons–Featuring food, drink, and “alumnae of Kappa Alpha Theta and Epsilon Kappa Theta.” The Dartmouth Subtleties will perform.

Matthew Shepard Story” (made-for-TV movie) 7 P.M., Loew Auditorium–Followed by discussion with the film’s co-writer, Jake Krueger ’97 (free).

“The Birds and the B’s” 8 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–The Dartmouth Wind Symphony, led by Max Culpepper, performs Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Berceuse from Stravinsky’s The Firebird, Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee, and other selections ($3 Dartmouth students, $8 gen. admission).

“Casino Night” 8 P.M. to midnight, Commonground–“Your favorite Dartmouth professors, administration, faculty, staff, and student leaders will be dealing up some mean casino games.” Prizes, etc.

“‘Tails” 10 P.M., Alpha Theta–

“Common Creep” 11 P.M., Psi Upsilon–The band plays.

“Human Nature” 11 P.M., Amarna–Prize for the best costume.