Campus Events Calendar
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Small Talk: The Dark Side of Linux Time: 12:30a - 1:30a Location: Laughlin Auditorium Details:
The Dark Side of Linux
Speaker: Tim Evans
Thursday, November 14th at 12:30 in Laughlin Auditorium
Ever wonder what 'grep' meant? How about the phrase 'working directory'? No? That's ok, come learn about them anyway, as we explore the dark side of linux - the terminal.
SmallTalk is an informal colloquium series on topics related to Mathematics and Computer Sci- ence. Talks are limited to 30 minutes. Refreshments provided by the Mount MAA and ACM Student Chapters.
Daily Mass Time: 12:00p - 12:30p Location: Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel - Kane Chapel Details:
Daily 12 Noon Mass when classes are in session.
Dembo, Jones, Healy, Pennington & Marshall, PC On Campus Recruiting for Staff Accountant Time: 1:00p - 5:00p Location: Career Center - McGowan Details:
Dembo, Jones, Healy, Pennington & Marshall, PC will be interviewing for a Staff Accountant position. Deadline for resume submission to College Central Network is November 7. Contact the Career Center if you have questions.
OPEN HOUSE Time: 4:00p - 6:00p Location: Frederick Campus Details:
Learn about All Graduate and Undergraduate Accelerated Programs, and other useful resources such as Registrar, Financial Aid, and Career Services.
Light refreshments will be served!
Amnesty International Weekly Meeting Time: 7:00p - 8:00p Location: TBA Details:
This is the weekly meeting of Amnesty International to be held in Knott Academic Center 215. All are welcome to attend. Weekly e-mails will be sent to update club members on current events and meeting agendas. If you would like to be added to this e-mail list, please contact Larisa Traub at email@example.com
Punk Rock Show Time: 7:30p - 9:00p Location: Knott Auditorium Details:
This special event brings student performers together with a faculty panel to examine, discuss, and rock out to punk music. Punk rock gave voice to the social unrest of the late cold war and was used to forward a variety of agendas ranging from social justice to anarchy to anti-hate. Mount faculty Dr. David Cloutier (Theology) and Dr. Tim Wolfe (Sociology) will join Dr. Mark Carlson in a discussion of this controversial yet much loved style. The Mount Lab Bands and alumni will perform. The performance and discussion are free and open to the public.
Movie Time: 9:00p - 10:00p Location: Laughlin Auditorium Details:
Get together some snacks and settle in for a movie night with AMP. Cost: FREE.