Wednesday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.” (nearly derailed by a German)

“Blood Drive” 11 A.M. – 4:30 P.M., Alumni Hall–“Help ensure that New England hospital inventories will be adequate.”

“NYC Downtown Ensemble” 12:30 P.M., Faulkner Recital Hall–Performing selections by “experimental music composer-performer” David Mahler.

“Consuming Violence” 4 P.M., 105 Dartmouth–Kay Warren of Harvard University speaks.

“Interpreting the Racist Unconscious in Late Victorian Fiction” 4 P.M., 3 Rockefeller–English prof. Patricia McKee discusses Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles.

“Why Did You Do That?” 4:30 P.M., 28 Silsby–Part of “Islamic Awareness Week.” Converts to Islam share their stories.

“The Problem of Pain” 5:30 P.M., 101 Collis–“A lecture on human nature and suffering,” put on by the Campus Crusade for Christ.

“Passing the Torch” 6 P.M., 28 Silsby–Part of “May Week” (referring to May Day?). “An exploration of the sources and consequences of a failing education system” particularly concerning “the level of education attained by children of color.”

“The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring” 7 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium–The first film in the Rings trilogy ($5 Dartmouth students, $6 gen. admission).

“ECO meeting” 9 P.M., Robinson lobby–The environmental group discusses ideas for its upcoming “DDS week.” Campus diners: prepare to be harassed.