Events

Monday, November 18

Book display for Indigenous Heritage Month

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A display of books focusing on Native American history and cultures.

Ecological Art: Print media installations across campus

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Ecological art expresses engagement with the natural world or environmental issues. Site-specific work responds directly to the location it is installed in....

War of the Watts

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War of the Watts is Mount Holyoke's biannual inter-hall electricity conservation competition! Each semester, the Eco-Reps, the Miller Worley Center for the...

Morning Prayer

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Start your day in God's presence through different types of prayer and worship.

Examining Privilege

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The Examining Privilege faculty/staff discussion group reads and discusses current writing on race and racism in America, and the ways we can incorporate...

Neuroscience and Behavior Seminar

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"Generating a grid cell: role of recurrent networks within the medical entorhinal cortex" will be presented by Ipshita Zutshi, Postdoctoral Fellow, New York...

Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center

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The Student Employment Office will be holding office hours to answer student questions regarding on-campus employment; how to search for a job on JobX, how...

Mount holyoke College Cultural Centers

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Spring 2020 Open Hours: Mondays 6:30–9:30pm; Wednesdays 5:30–8:30pm. Open Hours are days and times in which anyone, regardless of their student organization...

Mount holyoke College Cultural Centers

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Spring 2020 Open Hours: Mondays & Wednesdays 3-6pm. Open Hours are days and times in which anyone, regardless of their student organization affiliation or...

Monday, November 18