Tuesday Feb. 11

Career Services will be offering a Basic Interviewing Skills program at 7 p.m. in the Shriver Center MPR-BC. The session encompasses basic interviewing techniques and is required for any student who intends to participate in an on-campus interview.

Wednesday Feb. 12


After a year’s hiatus, the Brown Bag Recital Series returns to a new home at the Armstrong Student Center’s Shade Family Room. The series features solo and group performances by faculty and students, beginning at noon each week.

Thursday Feb. 13


Wendy Brown of the University of California Berkeley will be sharing her theories of power, gender and oppression in her lecture, “Does Human Capital Have a Gender? Homo Oeconomicus and the Neoliberal Transformation of Politics.” The event begins at 4 p.m. in the Shriver Center Multipurpose Room.

Friday Feb. 14


The Oxford Community Arts Center is hosting Second Friday, a celebration of the arts, starting at 6 p.m. This free event features live music from local musicians, new art exhibits and one-of-a-kind artwork for sale.

Saturday Feb. 15


A two-day workshop put on by CraftSummer in Philips Hall will teach the art of copper enameling. Workshop attendees will learn how to produce usable bowls and dishes using different techniques. No previous art experience is required; call (513) 529-7395 to register.

Sunday Feb. 16


Spend the afternoon ice skating at Goggin Ice Center. The event begins at 3 p.m. and is $7.50 for public, $6.50 for high school students and younger and $4.50 for Miami students.

Monday Feb. 17


Part one of the two-part lecture, “The World that Smith Made: Advocating for Religion in the U.S. Today,” begins at 5:30 p.m. in ART 100. Speaker and Indiana University – Bloomington professor, Winnifred Sullivan, will be available for a Q&A session after the lecture.