Week 12: November 6 – 12

 

Scholars Forum: Canceled

Witherspoon Campus Cinema
Monday & Tuesday, November 6 & 7
Please attend the Goodnight Scholars Program Lecture listed below instead.


Goodnight Scholars Program Presents: Catching the Sun: The Clean Energy Future

Stewart Theatre, Talley Student Union
Monday, November 6
6:30 PM
Clean tech has to start locally. And it has to happen here. Filmmaker, educator, and eco-activist Shalini Kantayya shows us that sustainable energy isn’t just right for the environment, but also means untold economic opportunities. In her films, Kantayya tells a growing story of innovation and ingenuity—one that’s disrupting outmoded industries and putting power back into the hands of those who need it most.
 

Native Voices Panel

Room 210, Park Shops
Monday, November 6
4:30 PM
The purpose of this panel is to raise awareness about cultural issues, the educational experiences, as well as the overall presence of Native Americans at NC State. Following this panel, there will be a quiz bowl which will last from 5:15 pm – 6:00 pm. Prizes and snacks will be provided!This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Kiera Jonson.
 

NC State Music: Leesville High School Symphonic Band Canceled

102 Sullivan Hall
Tuesday, November 7
6:15 PM
Enjoy a performance by the Leesville HS Symphonic Band. There are 14  spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Helen Glazunov.
 

USP Film Series: Three Times (Zui hao de shi guang)

D.H. Hill Library Auditorium
Tuesday, November 7
6:30 PM
Hou Hsiao-Hsien is an acknowledged master director who is criminally unknown stateside. As Roger Ebert noted in his review of Three Times, between 1980 and 1989, the Taiwanese director released 10 films, seven of which received best film or best director awards at major film festivals. That’s a strong track record. And this film, featuring three stories about a woman and a man, all using the same actors, set in three time periods, keeps the streak alive. This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Ken Johnson.
 

Student Short Film Showcase

Hunt Library Auditorium
Tuesday, November 7
7:30 PM
An annual audience favorite! Talented NC State student filmmakers screen their best short films, video productions, and animations, ranging from comical, to emotionally touching, to experimental — all under four minutes long. Students will be on hand to discuss their work. This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Caitlin Cassidy.
 

Native Men Masculinity Workshop “Lunch and Learn”

Room 5210, Talley Student Union
Wednesday, November 8
12:00 PM
Bring your lunch and join us for a discussion around Native stereotypes & misconceptions and how to combat them.This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Kelsey Shevlin.
 

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences: Wet Collections Tour

102 Sullivan Hall
Wednesday, November 8
2:30 PM
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences has a vast collection of preserved specimens that rotate in and out of display at the museum. Come see where all the preserved animals are stored. Everything from insects to sharks lives under this one roof. Amazing! There are 14 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Andrew Kristof.
 

Making Space – Annelie Koller

D.H. Hill Library Auditorium
Wednesday, November 8
4:00 PM
Annelie Koller, an architect, artist, and design researcher, will discuss her work with Modern Meadow, a company that harnesses the power of design, biology, and engineering to produce the world’s first bioengineered, animal-free leather. This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Kelsey Shevlin.
 

Hemlock Bluffs Evening Hike

102 Sullivan Hall
Wednesday, November 8
5:00 PM
Join the naturalists at Hemlock Nature Preserve for an enjoyable evening hike. Experience the park and get a glimpse of the wildlife. There are 14 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Jamal Alexander.
 

Sustainability Hacks Workshop

Room 215, Park Shops
Wednesday, November 8
7:00 PM
This event will focus on teaching you specific methods to reduce your personal impact on the environment. We will focus on specific types of materials and products to use or avoid to lessen the impact. The event will conclude with a DIY sustainable detergent/reusable dryer balls craft session. The goal is to inspire you to switch to more sustainable behaviors, get involved in sustainable movements, and model responsible and green habits to others. There are 10 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by a USP representative.
 

Tour the Gregg

102 Sullivan Hall
Thursday, November 9
5:30 PM
Tour the Gregg’s current exhibitions with Zoe Starling, Curator of Education and learn more about the items on display and what went into the planning of these exhibitions. There are 14 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Anna Wojciechowski. Please note the event itself begins at 6:00 PM.
 

*Lake Crabtree Night Hike

102 Sullivan Hall
Thursday, November 9
5:30 PM
Join us at Lake Crabtree for an exciting night hike. Enjoy the nature and serenity of the lake at night while getting a peek at some nocturnal wildlife all while getting a bit of exercise! There are 14 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Helen Glazunov.
 

The Queerness of Native American Literature

Room 210, Park Shops
Thursday, November 9
5:30 PM
Themes of gender and sexuality can be found throughout many early Native American literature. Highlighting gender, sexuality, and gender expression within varying tribal cultures, these works illustrate how these identities were constructed prior to the influence of settler colonialism. Join the GLBT Center as we host Dr. Lisa Tatonetti to explore queer representation and identity within Native American literature. This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Kelsey Shevlin.
 

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Cultural Hearth, Talley Student Union
Thursday, November 9
6:00 PM
This program will teach students about some of the history and importance of the drum in Native American culture. We will also share stories about how Miskwa Waya was created. Lastly, we will teach everyone a song and all sing it together to show unity.This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Jazzlyn Hill.
 

School of Public and International Affairs presents Property Rights and the Constitution

Room G111, Caldwell Hall
Thursday, November 9
6:00 PM
Professor Ilya Somin of George Mason University will give a talk focused on constitutional and property law in celebration of the Bill of Rights. This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Sean Cassidy.
 

*University Theatre presents Beowulf Lord of the Bros.

102 Sullivan Hall
Thursday, November 9
6:45 PM
Loosely based on Beowulf, University Theatre presents the world premiere of this modern, musical bro-mantic rock comedy for the ages. Ross Garth is a 20-­something bro who throws BOMB parties. His best bro/roommate is moving, his neighbor Sam Grendelstein keeps ruining the parties and, despite her hints, he’s not ready to have Cass, his girlfriend, move in yet. Enter Beowulf, Lord of the bros, savior of parties, and the embodiment of charisma. Ross and Beo face the childish adulthoods they’ve led and try to grow up. When Beo’s methods prove too extreme, friendships are tested, parties are busted, and jokes abound. Adult language and innuendo. There are 11 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Lila Crick.
 

Remembering Kristallnacht

Stewart Theatre, Talley Student Union
Thursday, November 9
7:00 PM
Peter Stein, a Holocaust survivor from the Holocaust Speakers Bureau of North Carolina, will speak on his experience on the anniversary of Kristallnacht. The event will begin with a 15 minute series of recorded interviews with our speaker conducted by the center for Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights Education of North Carolina followed by a 45-minute question and answer session with the audience. A brief reception will follow outside Stewart Theatre for the audience to mingle and discuss the event.This event does not require advance registration. Seating may be limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.  Attendance will be taken by Katie Lucas.
 

*University Theatre presents Beowulf Lord of the Bros.

102 Sullivan Hall
Saturday, November 11
6:45 PM
Loosely based on Beowulf, University Theatre presents the world premiere of this modern, musical bro-mantic rock comedy for the ages. Ross Garth is a 20-­something bro who throws BOMB parties. His best bro/roommate is moving, his neighbor Sam Grendelstein keeps ruining the parties and, despite her hints, he’s not ready to have Cass, his girlfriend, move in yet. Enter Beowulf, Lord of the bros, savior of parties, and the embodiment of charisma. Ross and Beo face the childish adulthoods they’ve led and try to grow up. When Beo’s methods prove too extreme, friendships are tested, parties are busted, and jokes abound. Adult language and innuendo. There are 11 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Graham Whitehouse.
 

*NC State LIVE presents: Red Baraat

102 Sullivan Hall
Saturday, November 11
7:15 PM
Red Baraat is known worldwide for their high-energy gut-busting fusion of jazz, hip-hop beats, rock muscle, funky go-go and scalding hot bhangra. Back by popular demand on NC State LIVE’s stage, Red Baraat can mesmerize an audience with a funk groove, turn a switch and drive the same crowd to the brink of delirium. There are 21 spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Kelsey Shevlin.
 

*NC State Music: Acappology

102 Sullivan Hall
Sunday, November 12
6:15 PM
Enjoy a performance by the a cappella group, Acappology. There are 14  spaces available for this event and advance registration is required.  Attendance will be taken by Graham Whitehouse.