Dr. John Staddon is the James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University. Recent years have seen a flood of articles deploring inequality and blaming meritocracy for the death of the middle class. How should society be organized? Why does social mobility seem to be declining? Dr. Staddon offers some thoughts on these and other questions.
Music of Frederick the Great
‘Judging the past by the values of today’
sponsored by the CM Democrats
All are welcome
The Eno River Trio, based in Durham, NC, is made up of flute, oboe and piano. Formed in June, they perform the chamber music written for their instruments.
Some of the repertoire includes Baroque trio sonatas as well as music from other eras. Members include Helena Ma, piano; Joshua Powell, oboe; and Lenorah McKee, flute.
Helena is a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University, where she studies how bacteria respond to antibiotic treatment, especially how antibiotic-resistant bacteria became more widespread.
Joshua works as an environmental engineer for McKim & Creed Inc. where he is responsible for the design of water and wastewater treatment facilities. He plays in the Duke Medical Orchestra.
Lenorah is a veteran of the US Army and US Air Force where she served as a military musician.
*Pilates Fusion* Pilates Fusion combines Pilates and strength training for an intense workout that will lengthen and tone your body. Modifications and progressions are offered for beginners to feel successful and for seasoned Pilates enthusiasts to feel challenged. You will see improvements in your posture, balance, strength and flexibility. We will use 9” Bender balls, gliders, weights and other small equipment. Free Introductory class held on Saturday, January 18 10-11 am in the Exercise Studio. Register for series in Wellness Book for Jan 25-Feb 29. Cost $35 billed to your CM account.