Categories: Academic, For Students, Post for MiddNotes, Post for MiddPoints, Students
Based on the tradition of NPR’s The Moth and The Middlebury Moth, The Larva is the newest MiddCORE workshop that provides training in storytelling.
We provide a smaller crowd and expect shorter stories — and include a renowned speaker and surprise community guest
THURSDAY, NOV 15 | 7–9pm | PALMER HOUSE
THURSDAY, DEC 6 | 7–9pm | PALMER HOUSE
Participants are limited. To register, e-mail: MiddCORE@middlebury.edu
Categories: Student Activities
On Saturday, November 17, 2012, the International Student Organization (ISO) presents to you MOSAIC: ISO Cultural Show 2012. This is one of the most anticipated shows of the year, featuring acts from around the world, performed by the Middlebury students. This year, the show features regal Peking opera, sensual salsa performances, colorful Bollywood dances, and the widely popular Gangnam Style, live on the stage of McCullough Social Space. There will be a showcase from 5:30 – 6:30pm and a full show from 8:00 – 10:30pm.
Tickets are now on sale at the box office. Go get your tickets and join the ISO for our most exciting show ever!
go/boxoffice or http://boxoffice.middlebury.edu/
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/245104762282099/?fref=ts
Like ISO on FB: https://www.facebook.com/ISOMiddlebury
The ISO Cultural Show Committee:
Hai Do ’14
Tangut Degfay ’15
Joanne Wu ’15
Please join us for the following lecture:
Terrorism Financing: How Does It Work and How Can We Stop It?
Moyara de Moraes Ruehsen
Monterey Institute of International Studies
7:30 PM, Thursday, 11/15
Robert A. Jones ’59 House conference room
Moyara de Moraes Ruehsen is Associate Professor at Monterey Institute of International Studies. She is a certified anti-money laundering specialist (CAMS) and regularly consults for the private sector, and US and foreign governments on anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AMS/CTF) matters. Her most recent assignment was with the Federation of Iraqi Private Banks in Baghdad. Professor Ruehsen will be talking about how terrorists raise and move their funds, and strategies that policy makers can pursue to go after the money. She will illustrate the problem using several case studies.
Sponsored by Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs, International and Global Studies, and C.V. Starr Foundation.