14 Much Ado About Nothing; 8 p.m.; College Green (Underground Shakespeare Company).
Teach-In on the Occupation
See http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/fsawi/teachin/ for list of speakers; Room F85, Huntsman Hall (Penn Faculty, Staff and Students Against the War).
19 How Did We Get Into A Prolonged War In Iraq? Walter Licht, moderator: panel discussion; 6 p.m., Film: Why We Fight (2005) it is nowhere written that the American empire goes on forever; 8 p.m.
20 How is Occupation Impacting the U.S. and Iraq? Andy Lamas, moderator: panel discussion, 6 p.m., Film: The Dreams of Sparrows (2005) in their words, through their eyes, by their hands; 8 p.m.
21 How Can Concerned Citizens Respond? David Grossman, moderator: panel discussion; 6 p.m., Film Uncovered (2003) the story of how truth became the first American casualty in Iraq; 8 p.m. in Room G55, Huntsman Hall.
13 Intracellular Landfills; Phil Rea, biology; noon; Stiteler Plaza (60-Second Lecture).
Mechanical and Electrical Coupling in the Heart: What’s the Connection?;Glenn Radice, CRRWH; noon; rm. 252, BRB II/III (CRRWH).
Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Culture Adaptation, Self-Renewal and Cancer; Peter Andrews, University of Sheffield; 4 p.m.; Grossman Auditorium, Wistar Institute (Wistar).
14 Annemarie Heinrich and Argentine Photography; Juan Travnik, curator; 3:30 p.m.; Berger Auditorium, Skirkanich Hall (Arthur Ross Gallery).
20 Language Change in Philadelphia; Bill Labov, linguistics; noon; Stiteler Plaza (60-Second Lecture).