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Schambach Center 201
Vân-Ánh Vanessa Võ is one of the finest performers of Vietnamese traditional instruments in the world and a rapidly emerging composer. She dedicates her life to creating music by blending the wonderfully unique sounds of Vietnamese instruments with other music genres, and fusing deeply rooted Vietnamese musical traditions with fresh new structures and c...

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Kennedy Center Linda Johnson Gallery
Art work by Rachel Cooley and Liz Spangenthal from their work over the summer as Emerson Grant recipients.

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

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Chapel
The international success of Rebecca Skloot’s New York Times bestseller, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, has left people keenly interested in the Lacks family and Henrietta’s legacy. In their appearances, the family shares with audiences what it meant to find out—decades after the fact—that Henrietta’s cells were being used in laboratorie...

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Withiam Field
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Kennedy Center Linda Johnson Gallery
Art work by Rachel Cooley and Liz Spangenthal from their work over the summer as Emerson Grant recipients.

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Performing Arts: Jenny Scheinman
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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Kannapolis: A Moving Portrait is a music and film project conceived by the award-winning composer, singer, and violinist Jenny Scheinman. It consists of a live score and sound design with re-edited footage from the films of H. Lee Waters (1902-1997), who documented over 118 towns in the southeast during the latter half of the Great Depression. ...

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Fillius Events Barn Lobby
Join us for a night of laughter featuring comedienne Chloé Hilliard. Doors open at 7:30 p.m; show at 8 p.m.

As a journalist-turn-comedian, Hilliard is entertaining the masses with her wit and ability to find the humor in everything.

For the last ten years, Hilliard has been a culture/entertainment journalist, writing for The Village Voice, E...

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Volleyball vs. Williams
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Margaret Bundy Scott Field House
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Kennedy Center Linda Johnson Gallery
Art work by Rachel Cooley and Liz Spangenthal from their work over the summer as Emerson Grant recipients.

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Margaret Bundy Scott Field House
Withiam Field
Football vs. Amherst
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Steuben Field
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Kennedy Center Linda Johnson Gallery
Art work by Rachel Cooley and Liz Spangenthal from their work over the summer as Emerson Grant recipients.

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

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Kirner-Johnson 125 Bradford Auditorium
In 1992, Yance Ford was a sophomore at Hamilton College when her brother William was murdered. By graduation, Ford was determined to make a film about William’s death; 25 years later, Strong Island (the title is a reference to African-American enclaves on Long Island) is that film.

Beginning in 2002 Ford worked a series producer for POV, television’...

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Kennedy Center Linda Johnson Gallery
Art work by Rachel Cooley and Liz Spangenthal from their work over the summer as Emerson Grant recipients.

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Open to the Public
Kennedy Center Linda Johnson Gallery
Art work by Rachel Cooley and Liz Spangenthal from their work over the summer as Emerson Grant recipients.

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

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Kirner-Johnson 125 Bradford Auditorium
Professor Kun Qian, from the University of Pittsburgh, presents "The Afterimage of Empire: Three Films on the First Emperor Qin Shihuang."

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