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Calendar of Events


Levitt Center

Days-Massolo Lecture: Diane Nash
Open to the Public
Chapel
Diane Nash, co-founder of the Student Nonviolent organizing committee, will deliver the lecture "Issues of Race & Diversity: What We Need to Do to Get Along."

Diane Nash is an American civil rights activist and a leader, and strategist of the student ...

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Reading by Poet Jimmy Santiago Baca
Open to the Public
Chapel
Jimmy Santiago Baca is an award-winning American poet and writer of Chicano descent.

He is a winner of the prestigious International Award for his memoir, "A Place to Stand," the story of which is now also a documentary by the same title.

While se...

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Open to the Public
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
A brief talk by Smith's biographer, an exhibition from the National Abolition Hall of Fame and the Burke Special Collections, food, and moderate revelry, all celebrating the life and work of Hamilton College's own Gerrit Smith.

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Kirner-Johnson 236
Levitt Leadership Institute Week 2 on-campus day of programming.

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Open to the Public
Bristol Center 204/208 Dwight Lounge
The Levitt Center presents "Envisioning the Future of Food," a panel discussion with Claire Hinrichs (Penn State University), Margaret Gray (Adelphi University) and Evan Weissman (Syracuse University).

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Taylor Science Center G027 Kennedy Auditorium
Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds. Worshipped and treasured since the dawn of humankind. In the last century, 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared. SEED: The Untold Story follows passionate seed keepers protecting our 12,000 y...

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Open to the Public
Kirner-Johnson 125 Bradford Auditorium
No One Left Behind: A Bond Forged in Combat.A lecture by Matt Zeller '05 and Janis Shinwari.

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Chapel
Janet Mock is a transgender talk show host and New York Times bestselling author. She is going to be talking about being queer in the media, and transitioning, and writing as a whole. Aftterwards, she will be doing a book signing.

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Contact Information


Levitt Center

Kirner-Johnson 251
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
315-859-4451 levitt@hamilton.edu
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