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Calendar of Events


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Mathematical Literacy and Civil Rights
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Taylor Science Center G027 Kennedy Auditorium, Map #42
Robert Moses ’56, one of the most influential leaders of the civil rights struggle, founder of The Algebra Project, Inc., and a MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, presents "Mathematical Literacy and Civil Rights."

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Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
Visiting Artist Lecturer Linda Sormin explores vulnerability, upheaval and change through sculpture and site-responsive installation. Born in Bangkok, she immigrated to Canada at the age of five. After working in community development for four years in Thailand and Laos, Sormin studied ceramics at Andrews University, Sheridan College and Alfred Universi...

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Catholic Mass
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Chapel, Map #51
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Wellin Museum of Art, Map #82
This interdisciplinary education event for K-12 teachers and administrators introduces the fall 2018 exhibition and features Common Core curriculum-friendly projects.

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Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 102, Map #14
Suzanne Scoggins, assistant professor of political science at Clark University, presents "Policing in the Shadow of Protest: Understanding Public Security in China."

Scoggins teaches courses on Chinese politics, research methods, comparative politics, and social movements. Her research interests include policing, protest management, bureaucratic pol...

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Fillius Events Barn, Map #18
Associate Professor of Literature and Creative Writing Jane Springer and visiting Lecturer Phil Memmer will read from their work. 

Jane Springer is the author of three prize-winning poetry collections: Dear Blackbird, Murder Ballad, and Moth. Her work’s been featured in The Best American Poetry and Pushcart anthol...

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Wellin Museum Archive Hall, Map #82
Drop in for free children’s activities and treats! This project mixes pen and ink techniques with doodling fun! Kids will create amazing compositions using a series of lines, dots, zig-zags and squiggles! This project is inspired by the art featured in the Wellin Museum’s permanent collection, on view in Archive Hall.

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This is a meeting for Hamilton students, neighboring colleges and universities, and other young adults in our surrounding community. Although this meeting is for the student age group, all ages are welcome.

AA is a "nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical" organization that is "open to anyone who wants to do something about his or ...

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Chapel, Map #51
Special K, Hamilton's oldest all-women's a cappella group, invites you to enjoy a concert featuring the Williams College Octet! The Williams Octet, an all-male a cappella group founded in 1940, will be traveling to Hamilton to fill the Hill with sweet, sweet music. Come for a fun night of people making melodic sounds with their mouths!

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Steuben Field, Map #74
Come out and support Men's Lacrosse

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Sage Rink, Map #67
Come and cheer on Men's Ice Hockey in the NESCAC Quarterfinals!

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Margaret Bundy Scott Field House (Front only), Map #68
Enjoy Men's Basketball vs. Tufts in the NESCAC Semi-finals!

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Margaret Bundy Scott Field House (Front only), Map #68
Hamilton Hosting Williams vs. Amherst for NESCAC semifinals!

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Sage Rink, Map #67
Come out and support Women's Ice Hockey in the NESCAC Quarterfinals!

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JACK Quartet
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Wellin Hall Schambach Center, Map #12
The Washington Post calls the JACK Quartet “the go-to quartet for contemporary music, tying impeccable musicianship to intellectual ferocity and a take-no-prisoners sense of commitment.” This performance includes Zosha di Castri's String Quartet No. 1, a new work by Hamilton's Ryan Carter, Andreia Pinto Correia's String Quartet No. 1, Unvanquished Space...

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The Society Room, Bristol Center, Map #53
On Sunday mornings a group of 15 to 35 people, men and women from college-age to old-age, meet for a one-hour Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) discussion meeting. AA meetings begin with a few readings including a preamble, pasted below, which defines what AA is and isn’t.

 After the readings and group announcements, the person leading the meeting will ask ...

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Margaret Bundy Scott Field House (Front only), Map #68
Come and enjoy the Men's Basketball NESCAC Finals!

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Catholic Mass
Open to off campus guests (Public)
Chapel, Map #51
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Open to off campus guests (Public)
Chapel, Map #51
The Protestant Community gathers for worship every Sunday the College is in session for Dinner Vespers at 6 p.m. in the chapel. This "Sabbath" dinner is a time of re-orienting ourselves as a community and remembering what values guide our way forward. As Jesus blessed and broke bread at "The Last Supper" commanding us to love one another, so we gather a...

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Catholic Mass
Open to off campus guests (Public)
Chapel, Map #51
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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