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Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Burke Library Commons
Stop by Burke Library for Tinker Tuesday. Discover new technologies and resources to support your creative and academic projects.

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Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Reading by Poet Jimmy Santiago Baca
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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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Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Wellin Museum of Art
An interdisciplinary educational event for local K-12 teachers and administrators. Enjoy a tourof the museum, meet the museum staff, and brainstorm about curricular collaborations.Open to all administrators , teachers and school personnel from the Central...

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Wellin Museum Dietrich Exhibition Gallery
On the first Friday of each month the Wellin Museum offers a 15-minute docent-led focus tour about an artwork on view in the museum.

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Kirner-Johnson 127 Red Pit
Film screening and discussion on colorism

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Taylor Science Center G027 Kennedy Auditorium
Dr. Gary Lewis, senior lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London, presents, "Getting Personal with DNA: Introduction to Personality Traits and Twin Studies, Along with Some Myth Busting...".  Dr. Lewis's research is ...

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Guest choreographer David Fernandez and Hamilton College faculty Elaine Heekin, Paris Wilcox, Sandra Stanton-Cotter, and Chuyun Oh stage work for student dancers.

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Steuben Field
Home Men's Lacrosse Game

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Guest choreographer David Fernandez and Hamilton College faculty Elaine Heekin, Paris Wilcox, Sandra Stanton-Cotter, and Chuyun Oh stage work for student dancers.

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Kirner-Johnson 127 Red Pit
A multi-media presentation of work by composer Mark Snyder, featuring processed instruments and video.

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Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Heather Buchman conducts the Hamilton College Orchestra in  Brainstorm! New World Symphony – What Is American Music? featuring Antonin Dvorák Symphony No. 9.

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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.

Sponsored by the Chapla...

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Kirner-Johnson 127 Red Pit
Laser scanning and LIDAR, photogrammetry, personal infrared scanners, and 3D modelingsoftware are all making more and more of ancient Pompeii accessible to those not regularly on site.  Increasing accessibility and fidelity of this virtual world, however,...

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Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Burke Library Commons
Stop by Burke Library for Tinker Tuesday. Discover new technologies and resources to support your creative and academic projects.

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Taylor Science Center G027 Kennedy Auditorium
Elise Kermani will be appearing for the screening of Iphigenia: Book of Change, a mythical story about how one woman escapes her prison. She is the writer and director of the performance.

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