Students and faculty host workshops and train others for multicultural related topics. This allows those who use the Days-Massolo Center to benefit from the views and experiences of their peers. These workshops and training sessions provide the opportunity to explore and learn how to address multicultural topics. Some of the programs include study abroad information sessions, open houses, cultural comfort cooking workshops, discussion panels and the increasingly popular safe zone trainings.
The Days-Massolo Center is a space that students and faculty can use to help pursue further cultural education. Members of the Hamilton Community may hold an event in the Days-Massolo Center by reserving space through the online reservation center. Space reservation can be made for official Hamilton College events organized by student groups, departments and offices.
Students and faculty often say that the DMC feels like home. In order to maintain this home-like feeling, the staff at the Days-Massolo Center requests that anyone who using the DMC leaves it the way that they found it.
For more information about the use of the space, feel free to contact anyone on the Days-Massolo Staff page.