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  • Catholic Mass

    Celebrated by Fr. Peter, Catholic Chaplain.

    When  1:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Chapel, Map #53
    Open to Off Campus Guests
  • Every Sunday Russian Studies will be hosting a double-feature screening of Soviet and post-Soviet films spanning the 20th and 21st centuries. The series will begin by exploring early Soviet masters of montage along with the pioneers of “mass” film who enjoyed greater success with audiences. We will watch films that deal with the experience of World War II and the generational shift that came with Khrushchev’s thaw, as well as arthouse cinema that practiced a more meditative cinematic sensibility. Moving on, we will consider films that spoke to ...

    When  1:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Taylor Science Center G027 Kennedy Auditorium, Map #44
  • Commedia dell'arte is an Italian, often half-masked, form of physical theatre characterized by comedy, improvisation, and stock characters. Untitled will hold a Commedia dell'arte workshop to introduce interested students to this unique art form. No previous knowledge or experience required! 

    When  2:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre, Map #84
  • Rec Skate- Weekend Edition!

    Open recreation ice skating at Sage Rink for members of the Hamilton Community. Rental skates and helmets are available at the fieldhouse Recreation Equipment Hub. Hill card required. 

    Skating activity only, no pucks or sticks. 

     

    When  2:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Sage Rink, Map #71
  • Join Hillel for some crafting, we will have supplies for crocheting, knitting, friendship bracelet making, and more! There will also be snacks!

    When  3:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Azel Backus Center for Jewish Life, 2nd Floor Student Lounge, Map #56
  • Intramural Volleyball League Play!

    When  4:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Alumni Gym, Map #69
  • Soul Food

    A weekly dinner gathering, offering spiritual reflection in music and scriptural conversation, and lighting prayer candles, in the spirit of the Protestant tradition. The dinner is focused on creating a community committed to, and hoping for the demands of love, inclusion and equality to become real in our midst. No faith experience expected, or preferred, just an openness to the call of justice guided by love. All members of the Hamilton community, faculty, staff, students, friends are welcome to join us.

    When  5:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Chapel, Map #53
    Open to Off Campus Guests
  • Rugby Practice

    Come out to women's and men's rugby practice!

    When  5:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Indoor Athletic Practice Facility, Map #74
  • Weekly Scottish Country Dancing (SCD) meeting. Open to all! We learn a few social dances each week and provide a welcoming environment to have fun.

    When  6:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Spencer House Great Room, Map #28
  • Join the Monitor's weekly staff meeting where we workshop ideas!

    When  6:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 109, Map #14
  • Newman Council invites you to meet the crochet and knitting community of Hamilton College! All are encouraged to bring their own creations, but if you don't have anything started or you don't know how to create with yarn, come join us to learn how! Newman Council is the Catholic club on campus, but all are welcome to relax on the third floor of the Chapel with us.

    When  7:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Chapel 301 Third Floor Lounge, Map #53
  • Duel Meeting

    The Duel Observer pitch meeting. Pitch article/feature ideas for the premier weekly satire paper on campus. 

    When  7:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 101, Map #14
  • Intramural open Pickleball play! 

    When  7:00 p.m. Sunday, February 25
    Where  Margaret Bundy Scott Field House (Back only), Map #72
  • Information session for prospective Econ 560 students.  

    When  12:00 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 102, Map #14
  • Enjoy a break from the workday with some friendly Hoops with your colleagues! Come when you can and stay as long as you like. Meets on the main court in the Fieldhouse. Clean, dry footwear required.

    When  12:00 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Margaret Bundy Scott Field House (Front only), Map #72
  • Take a Moment: Stop in the chapel for quiet time, meditation, or personal prayer. Open to all who might need a moment. Faculty, Staff, and Students 

    When  12:00 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Chapel, Map #53
  • Open recreation ice skating at Sage Rink for members of the Hamilton Community. Rental skates and helmets are available at the fieldhouse Recreation Equipment Hub. Hill card required. 

    Skating activity only, no pucks or sticks. 

     

    When  12:00 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Sage Rink, Map #71
  • Cardio Kick

    Cardio Kick is an interval-based, full-body workout rooted in boxing and kickboxing movements. High-paced intervals follow with kickboxing-specific strength/endurance training sequences and easy-to-follow combinations. While you carve lean muscle and burn fat, you’ll enjoy the ultimate class that’s a unique blend of total body cardio and strength/core work.   Class ends with a brief cool down and stretch.

    Instructor: Erin Goodman

    When  12:10 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Blood Fitness Center Multipurpose Room, Map #68
  • The external review team of New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) will meet with various individuals to gain a holistic view of College operations and how we support our students and members of the community. All employees (non-faculty) are encouraged to attend this session to share their thoughts with the external review team. 

    When  1:15 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Sadove Student Center Bradford Conference Room, Map #17
  • ALEX Interns will be holding drop in hours for any student that has a question about anything related to advising (including navigating Compass, Blackboard, or Self Service) that they would like to ask a peer about. More information about ALEX Advising and drop ins can be see on Instagram @alexadvising_hc.

    When  2:00 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Couper Hall 203, Map #57
  • Open Recreational Hockey activity for members of the Hamilton College Campus community. Sticks and pucks are allowed during this time, so helmets are required for all skaters. Skates and helmets are available at the Field House equipment desk. College ID required.

    When  2:00 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Sage Rink, Map #71
  • Resume Remix: Unpack Your Study Abroad Experience and Spice Up Your Resume! 

    Have you studied abroad and aren't sure how to put your new experience and skills on your resume? This is for YOU! 

    Join Career Services and Global Learning for a low-key, interactive workshop designed to help you incorporate your study abroad experience in your future career search. 

    Attendees will: 

    Identify career-related skills and knowledge gained from study abroad Incorporate acquired skills on your resume Meaningfully communicate career-related ...

    When  3:15 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 201, Map #14
  • Come join us as Liam Hudgings '24 presents his Emerson Summer Research: 'French Theory' and 'Wokisme' supported by Faculty Advisor, Professor Cheryl Morgan.

    When  4:00 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  List Center 227, Map #11
  • The external review team of New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) will meet with various individuals to gain a holistic view of College operations and how we support our students and members of the community. All Faculty are encouraged to attend this session to share their thoughts with the external review team. 

    When  4:10 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Sadove Student Center Bradford Conference Room, Map #17
  • Through the Prism of Community Development: Decolonization and the Politics of Rural Development in Cold War East Pakistan

    During the 1950s, the Cold War’s epicenter shifted from western and central Europe to the so-called Third World. Official efforts at containing the Soviet bloc by US agencies and philanthropic foundations shifted too, from prioritizing military aid to trade and economic assistance. The cultural and political appeals of this shift rested on ideas of modernization and rural progress, based on securing private property and...

    When  4:10 p.m. Monday, February 26
    Where  Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 101, Map #14

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