National Pi Day at the NACC!

3:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Social Event

Come eat pie at the NACC: a mid-afternoon study break snack!

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159.

Location: 

NACC

National Pi Day at the NACC!

3:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Social Event

Come eat pie at the NACC: a mid-afternoon study break snack!

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159.

Location: 

NACC

Guest Speaker, Te Maire Tau

12:15 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Type of Event: 
Lecture/Reading

The Quiet Revolution: How New-Liberal Economic Theory Contributed to Greater Maori Independence

Te Maire Tau, FSI-Humanties Center International Visitor  (A Special Lunchtime Environmental Forum hosted by Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.)

Location: 

Encina Hall, Goldman Conference Room 4th Floor

Stanford Lu'au Info Meeting

8:00 pm
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Meeting

Are you (and your friends ) interested in dancing at the 2013 Stanford Lu'au?  Come to our Information Session: Absolutely NO dance experience necessary!  (If you can't make this meeting, just e-mail us so we can send the info your way.)

 

'Awapuhi, Bryson, Jana, Kamie and Olivia

(Your 2013 Lu'au Co-Chairs)

Location: 

NACC Lounge

Community Service Work-Study Info Session

12:00 pm
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Workshop/Training

The NACC's Wednesday Noon Series presents a CSWS Info Session!

 

 

Location: 

NACC Lounge

Indi'n Humor Night with Jim Ruel and a Screening of "Reel Injun"

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Private
Type of Event: 
Performance
Exhibition

Jim Ruel...Smart, edgy, Native stand-up comedian and Stanford alumnus!  Come catch this member of the Chiefs of Comedy and the act that brought him to Showtime's "Going Native"!

A screening of the film, "REEL INJUN: On the trail of the Hollywood Indian"  Official selection to the Toronto International Film Festival and the ImagiNative Film Festival!  An entertaining and insightful look at the portrayals of North American Natives featuring interviews with Clint Eastwood, Graham Green, John Trudell, Russell Means, and Adam Beach among others!

Location: 

Community Room

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