Events for March 1, 2019
Earth Issues Seminar Series
"Can we eat the quahogs?: Lessons learned in human health risk assessment", presented by Caryn Sennett '15.
Cardio, Tone & Stretch
Kick off your shoes for this truly unique class fusing cardio, strength and stretch using traditional techniques, Pilates and yoga for an all over body workout.
Football at the End of the World: The Origins of Football Literature in Argentina and Uruguay
Nicolás Campisi's talk will trace the origins of football (soccer) literature in the River Plate region (comprised by Argentina and Uruguay) of South America.
Andrew Marchese, data scientist at Plated, will present "Exploring Data Science Case Studies: An Industry Perspective". Refreshments provided and everyone welcome to attend.
MOB the Campus
Come join MOB at MOB the Campus!
Fifa Tourney Hosted by Men's Club Soccer
Fifa tournament to help fundraise money in memory of Jeff Gabriel.
We are taking a hike at sunset rocks and will leave from Allison!
Our weekly outing to Climbnasium!
Timely and Timeless: Japan's Modern Transformation through Woodblock Prints
Join the Trout Gallery for the opening of the Art History Senior Seminar Thesis Show!
Trellis Series Concert: Alice Kristiansen
Come out and enjoy some beautiful songs by Alice Kristiansen!
Dinner after services!
Oh What A Lovely War
Oh What a Lovely War mixes contradictory emotions of pleasurable delight and political anger through music, imagery, and storytelling. Created by Joan Littlewood and the Theatre Workshop in 1963.