Tuesday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.” (on-time thanks to the construction workers)

“What matters to me and why” noon, Tucker–Lunch with professor Konrad VonMoltke of the environmental studies department.

“Coffee with Diana Taylor” noon, Rosey’s Cafe–Join the Chair of Performance Studies at the Tisch School of Arts. According to event sponsors, “She is incredibly well-known and respected in her many fields.”

“Middle East Discussion” 4 P.M., Top of the Hop–“Did the Barak talk leave you unsatisfied?,” event organizers ask. Another balanced discussion, to be sure.

“Lost in the Field of Vision: Reflections on Witnessing 9/11” 4 P.M., Filene Auditorium–Diana Taylor speaks.

“Islam, World Peace and September 11th” 4:30 P.M., 105 Dartmouth–Part of “Islamic Awareness Week.” Dr. Jamal A. Badawi speaks about “the Islamic concepts of Peace, Jihad, Islamic Warfare and conduct on the battlefield, and Justice, especially in relation to other communities.”

“Wireless Devices Panel” 4:45 P.M., Rosenwald Classroom, Byrne Hall–Panelists from Lobby7, Palm, Digitas, thinkingBytes and Motorola.

“Crisis in the Mother Land” 5 P.M., 28 Silsby–Topic/speaker unknown. Nice work.

“Room Draw I” 6:30 P.M., Leede Arena–Priority Numbers 1501-2300.

“September 11 and the Future of American Power” 7 P.M., Filene Auditorium (Moore)–Josef Joffe speaks.

“Crossing the Divide” 7 P.M., Casque and Gauntlet–The Women of Color Collective’s weekly meeting. This week: “A conversation about race & women’s groups on campus.” Isn’t that what they’re supposed to do every week?

“The concept of ‘macho'” 7 P.M., 218 Collis–Alex Hernandez-Siegel, Assistant Dean of Student Life and advisor to Latino/a students, speaks on “a common cultural conception related to Latino masculinity.”

“Dartmouth College Glee Club” 8 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–RECOMMENDED–The Club performs selections by “Faure, Mozart, Schubert and Castelnuovo-Tedesco.” Louis Burkot conducts ($3 Dartmouth students, $8 gen. admission).

“Room Draw II” 8:30 P.M., Leede Arena–Priority Numbers 2301-2700.

“Taiz – candlelight meditative prayer” 10 P.M., Rollins Chapel–An ecumenical Christian service.