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Schambach Center 201
Traditional Fiddle & Banjo Music of Black and Native American Communities:

Multi-instrumentalists Jake Blount '17 and Laurel Premo have joined forces to shine a light upon the traditional fiddle and banjo music of Black and Native American communities. They will present tunes and songs from musicians of color as stripped-down duets on acoustic instr...

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Wellin Kids
Wellin Museum Archive Hall
Drop in and create art projects inspired by the Wellin's current exhibitions. Geared toward families and children grades K-5.

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Called the “power couple of chamber music,” by the Wall Street Journal, David Finckel (cello) and Wu Han (piano) rank among the most dynamic of today’s classical artists. They are joined by Emerson String Quartet founder, Philip Setzer (violin), for an extraordinary evening of Beethoven’s Trio in B-flat major, op.97 (“Archduke”), and Schubert’s Trio in ...

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Sage Rink
Women Ice Hockey NESCAC Quarter Finals

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TedxHamiltonCollege
Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
RETHINKING TODAY, REINVENTING TOMORROW

Laura Engelhardt – “Stop Preaching to the Choir and Become the Devil’s Advocate”

Vasant Dhar – “When Should We Trust Machines?”

Juvencio Maeztu – “Purpose in Business – the Era of Inclusive Leadership”

Doc Woods' Combo will entertain before the event begins and refreshments will be served. The TEDxH...

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Sage Rink
Men Ice Hockey NESCAC Quarter Finals

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

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Chapel 3rd Floor Meditation Room
Tim Kohlbrenner, Togan, of the Zen Center of Syracuse is on hand to lead sitting meditation for beginners or long-time practitioners. Discussion as well as meditation.

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

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Director's Tour
Wellin Museum Dietrich Exhibition Gallery
Johnson-Pote Director Tracy L. Adler will lead a tour of the current exhibitions.

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

FREE admission

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

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Days-Massolo Center Living Room
Join Author and Essayist Colson Whitehead for an informal Q&A Session.

Whitehead is the bestselling author of The Underground Railroad (an Oprah’s Book Club selection and winner of the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize), The Noble Hustle, Zone One, Sag Harbor, The Intuitionist, John Henry Days, Apex Hides the Hurt, and one collection ...

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Kirner-Johnson 127 Red Pit
Professor Jin Liu (Georgia Tech University) on The Newly Coined Chinese Characters on the Internet.

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

FREE admission

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Chapel
2018 Tolles Lecturer, Colson Whitehead, Author and Essayist. Coleson Whitehead is the bestselling author of The Underground Railroad (an Oprah's Book Club selection and winner of the National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize), The Noble Hustle, Zone One, Sag Harbor, The Intuitionist, John Henry Days, Apex Hides the Hurt, and one collection of essays, The C...

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Kirner-Johnson 127 Red Pit
Marc Gopin has more than a decade of experience in conflict resolution in the Middle East. His talk "To Make the Earth Whole: Citizen Diplomacy in an Age of Religious Militancy" will present reflections on that experience, an argument about the importance of citizens diplomacy, and an analysis of the ethics of intervention in conflict zones.

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Bristol Center 204/208 Dwight Lounge
Following the lecture in the Chapel, please join us for a book signing and reception for author Colson Whitehead.

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First Friday 15-Minute Focus Tours
Wellin Museum of Art
On the first Friday of every month, a Wellin Museum student docent leads a short tour focused on one object currently on view from the museum's permanent collection.

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