Check out some of the great things happening on campus this weekend and be sure you don't miss a thing!
Friday, Sept. 28
• Until 6 p.m.: William Smith Congress elections for the presidents of the classes of 2011, 2010 and 2009 and Judicial Board representatives in the Scandling Center. Voting will be by paper ballot in the Scandling Center only; the sole exception is for those off-campus in an abroad program; their electronic votes should be forwarded to WSCongress@hws.edu.
• Through the Finger Lakes Institute, the Colleges will co-sponsor a two-day discussion on how environmental issues are impacting our economy titled “Unifying Economic Development and the Environment. Head to the Burgundy Basin Inn in Pittsford for the second day of discussions on topics such as alternative energy, invasive species in our waters, tourism, and the redevelopment of brownfields. A variety of morning and afternoon sessions are planned.
• 5 p.m.: Check out a screening of “The Virtual Corpse, sponsored by The Circle. This 45-minute documentary tells the story of a man named Joseph P. Jernigan, who murders a man, is sentenced to death, and then donates his body to science. The film will be shown in Stern 303.
• 6:30 p.m.: Celebrate Shabbat at the Abbe Center for Jewish Life at 764 S. Main Street.
• 7:30 p.m.: “Watch Pirates of the Caribbean III, the thrilling finale to the trilogy, as a part of CAB’s Friday Night Flix series. The film will be shown in the Sanford Room of the library.
Saturday, Sept. 29
• 1 p.m.: William Smith Tennis hosts Hamilton. Swing by the courts to cheer on the Herons.
• 2 p.m.: William Smith Soccer plays Hamilton, while William Smith Field Hockey plays Elmira. Show your support for a team – or even both: Cozzens and McCooey fields are close enough to each other that you can alternate back and forth between the action.
• 7 p.m.: Dave Tamkin performs his blend of rhythmic acoustic rock at the Cellar Pub. He’s performed with Guster, Rusted Root, and Vertical Horizon; head to the Pub to enjoy the show and a quesadilla.
• 8 p.m.: Professor of Dance Donna Davenport, Assistant Professor of Dance Michelle Iklé and Adjunct Instructor Missy Pfohl Smith will perform in a concert of New Dances at the Bush Mango Community Center, 34 Elton St., in Rochester. Tickets will be $15 to $25 at the door.
Sunday, Sept. 30
• 9 a.m.: Get up early for a good cause: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer at the Waterloo Premium outlets. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the walk starts at 9 a.m.
• 9:30 a.m.: A Quaker meeting will take place in the Fisher Center.
• 10 a.m.: Bus trip to the Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets NFL game at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo, for those who signed up.
• Noon: Join the group at St. John’s Chapel to discuss spirituality. The participants shape what happens, so be sure not to miss out.
• 4 p.m.: Roman Catholic Mass will take place at St. John’s Chapel.
• 5:30 p.m.: House Church, at the home of Professor of Anthropology/Sociology Dunbar Moodie, 40 VerPlank St.; to reflect on scripture, then share simple communion, followed by a homemade supper.
• 6:30 p.m.: Finish your weekend with a little exercise: Cardio-Dance class at Bristol Field House.
• 7:30 p.m.: If stretching is more your style, try Power Yoga, Level 1, also at the Bristol Field House.