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Friday, February 24 2017
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2/24 The All-Night Marathon of Voices, 5:30pm - ?
The All-Night Marathon of Voices is a dusk to dawn event in Thompson Memorial Chapel. Including vocalists and vocal groups from across the Williams community, this unique gathering is worth staying up for. http://music.williams.edu/?post_type=event&p=11476 from Jonathan C. Myers, Music Department
2/24 The All-Night Marathon of Voices, 5:30pm - ?
The All-Night Marathon of Voices is a dusk to dawn event in Thompson Memorial Chapel. Including vocalists and vocal groups from across the Williams community, this unique gathering is worth staying up for. http://music.williams.edu/?post_type=event&p=11476 from Jonathan C. Myers, Music Department
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Class of 1960 Lecture
Hopf Algebras and Twisted Extensions by Prof. Maria Vega, United States Military Academy, today 1-1:45 pm, Bronfman Science Center 106. from Marissa Barschdorf, Mathematics and Statistics
Class of 1960 Lecture
Hopf Algebras and Twisted Extensions by Prof. Maria Vega, United States Military Academy, today 1-1:45 pm, Bronfman Science Center 106. from Marissa Barschdorf, Mathematics and Statistics
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Williams Homeless Outreach Meeting
Hope the start of the semester has been going well! We will be meeting today at 5pm in Hollander 040 to discuss fundraising ideas, community service opportunities, and board elections/self-noms. Hope to see you all there!! from Aaron J. Goldstein, Williams Homeless Outreach
Williams Homeless Outreach Meeting
Hope the start of the semester has been going well! We will be meeting today at 5pm in Hollander 040 to discuss fundraising ideas, community service opportunities, and board elections/self-noms. Hope to see you all there!! from Aaron J. Goldstein, Williams Homeless Outreach
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February Dinnertime TOMORROW 4-8 in Dodd!
Come cook and eat together! Yummy ingredients, fun recipes--you just bring yourself (and friends)! The idea is to promote food community on campus and all are welcome. Cook starts at 4, dinner will be ready between 6:30 and 7. Feel free to come whenever and for however long works for you. from Hattie G. Schapiro, ThinkFood
February Dinnertime TOMORROW 4-8 in Dodd!
Come cook and eat together! Yummy ingredients, fun recipes--you just bring yourself (and friends)! The idea is to promote food community on campus and all are welcome. Cook starts at 4, dinner will be ready between 6:30 and 7. Feel free to come whenever and for however long works for you. from Hattie G. Schapiro, ThinkFood
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SUMMER INTERNSHIP FUNDING! CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
SEEKING A SUMMER INTERNSHIP OR RESEARCH POSITION? The Center for Environmental Studies summer grants program supports students who find unpaid environmental positions. Join the ces-internship listserve to see dozens of postings http://ces.williams.edu/more-resources/ces-listservs/ Application from Sarah Gardner, Ctr-Environmental Studies
SUMMER INTERNSHIP FUNDING! CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
SEEKING A SUMMER INTERNSHIP OR RESEARCH POSITION? The Center for Environmental Studies summer grants program supports students who find unpaid environmental positions. Join the ces-internship listserve to see dozens of postings http://ces.williams.edu/more-resources/ces-listservs/ Application from Sarah Gardner, Ctr-Environmental Studies
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Dance Dhamaka Spring Show: Aik Kahani
Dance Dhamaka's Spring Show is finally here! This year's show is entitled "Aik Kahani" (A Story), and will present a storyline through dance! The event is FREE and open to the public; shows are TONIGHT (Friday) at 8pm and tomorrow (Saturday) at 8pm in the 62 Center Main Stage. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41340 from Courtney A. Fields, Williams Dance Dhamaka
Dance Dhamaka Spring Show: Aik Kahani
Dance Dhamaka's Spring Show is finally here! This year's show is entitled "Aik Kahani" (A Story), and will present a storyline through dance! The event is FREE and open to the public; shows are TONIGHT (Friday) at 8pm and tomorrow (Saturday) at 8pm in the 62 Center Main Stage. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41340 from Courtney A. Fields, Williams Dance Dhamaka
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Computer Science Colloquium - Jelani Nelson, Harvard University
Friday, February 24 @ 2:35pm in TCL 202. Jelani Nelson will give a talk titled, "Heavy Hitters via Cluster-Preserving Clustering." from Lauren T. Vining, Computer Science Department
Computer Science Colloquium - Jelani Nelson, Harvard University
Friday, February 24 @ 2:35pm in TCL 202. Jelani Nelson will give a talk titled, "Heavy Hitters via Cluster-Preserving Clustering." from Lauren T. Vining, Computer Science Department
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Annual BIOL/BIMO Alumni Reunion
Don't Miss This Opportunity: A panel discussion will be led by five recent graduates who are now in Ph.D, MD/Ph.D or post-doctoral programs. Please join us on Friday 24 February for a Panel Discussion from 2pm-3pm, TBL 112 followed by a Research Poster Session from 3pm-4pm, TBL 211. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41359 from Dawn R. Jamros, Biology Department
Annual BIOL/BIMO Alumni Reunion
Don't Miss This Opportunity: A panel discussion will be led by five recent graduates who are now in Ph.D, MD/Ph.D or post-doctoral programs. Please join us on Friday 24 February for a Panel Discussion from 2pm-3pm, TBL 112 followed by a Research Poster Session from 3pm-4pm, TBL 211. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41359 from Dawn R. Jamros, Biology Department
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Screening of "Black Ballerina" documentary Monday 2/27, 7pm
On Mon, Feb 27 at 7pm, the new documentary "Black Ballerina" will be shown in Paresky Auditorium. Sponsored by Africana Studies and the Dance Dept, the free event includes a Q&A with director Frances McElroy. The film addresses the racial imbalance in many ballet companies, while celebrating dancers past & present. from Janine Parker, Dance Department
Screening of "Black Ballerina" documentary Monday 2/27, 7pm
On Mon, Feb 27 at 7pm, the new documentary "Black Ballerina" will be shown in Paresky Auditorium. Sponsored by Africana Studies and the Dance Dept, the free event includes a Q&A with director Frances McElroy. The film addresses the racial imbalance in many ballet companies, while celebrating dancers past & present. from Janine Parker, Dance Department
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Opening Reception, "Almost Zero: New Work by Brian Trelegan"
In "Almost Zero," Trelegan intentionally distorts his source imagery and sound -- giving material form to the digital and reminding us of the emotion lodged in technology. Please join us for a brunch opening with Trelegan on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 11 am to 2 pm! 117 Latham St. (Yellow House, End of Spring St.) from Alexander Y. Jen, Art History and Studio Art
Opening Reception, "Almost Zero: New Work by Brian Trelegan"
In "Almost Zero," Trelegan intentionally distorts his source imagery and sound -- giving material form to the digital and reminding us of the emotion lodged in technology. Please join us for a brunch opening with Trelegan on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 11 am to 2 pm! 117 Latham St. (Yellow House, End of Spring St.) from Alexander Y. Jen, Art History and Studio Art
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Grab a meal with a senior administrator!
Always wanted to get to know the people in Hopkins Hall? Well, they want to get to know you too! We're launching a new lunch/dinner series where you and a few other students can get an informal dinner with a member of the senior administration! Sign up at this form to join us! Form: http://bit.ly/HopProj from Jeffrey N. Rubel, The Gargoyle Society
Grab a meal with a senior administrator!
Always wanted to get to know the people in Hopkins Hall? Well, they want to get to know you too! We're launching a new lunch/dinner series where you and a few other students can get an informal dinner with a member of the senior administration! Sign up at this form to join us! Form: http://bit.ly/HopProj from Jeffrey N. Rubel, The Gargoyle Society
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StoryTime - Mariama Ndiaye '17
Join us this Sunday at 9pm in Henze Lounge (upstairs Paresky by the fireplace) to hear Mariama Ndiaye '17 share her story. As always, there will be good cookies and great company. from Abigail E. Robinson, StoryTime
StoryTime - Mariama Ndiaye '17
Join us this Sunday at 9pm in Henze Lounge (upstairs Paresky by the fireplace) to hear Mariama Ndiaye '17 share her story. As always, there will be good cookies and great company. from Abigail E. Robinson, StoryTime
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BSU Presents: Ruby Lounge (TONIGHT!)
Tonight at 7pm in Currier Ball Room, BSU is putting on Ruby Lounge. Ruby Lounge is an annual showcase of black talent on campus. We have an incredible line up so join us in supporting our friends and celebrating one another! Free admission. from Wintana T. Yohannes, BSU
BSU Presents: Ruby Lounge (TONIGHT!)
Tonight at 7pm in Currier Ball Room, BSU is putting on Ruby Lounge. Ruby Lounge is an annual showcase of black talent on campus. We have an incredible line up so join us in supporting our friends and celebrating one another! Free admission. from Wintana T. Yohannes, BSU
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Volunteer at Clover Hill Farm this Sunday
Want to hang out with some horses? We will be going to Clover Hill Farm to spend some time with them and groom them. 2 spots are left for this weekend (2-3:30 pm), so shoot me an email (jem11) if you're interested. We will also be going every Sunday, so don't worry if you cannot go this weekend. from Jessica E. Munoz, Williams Animal Awareness Group (WAAG)
Volunteer at Clover Hill Farm this Sunday
Want to hang out with some horses? We will be going to Clover Hill Farm to spend some time with them and groom them. 2 spots are left for this weekend (2-3:30 pm), so shoot me an email (jem11) if you're interested. We will also be going every Sunday, so don't worry if you cannot go this weekend. from Jessica E. Munoz, Williams Animal Awareness Group (WAAG)
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Bubble Tea & Pocky Fundraiser!
Join the NYC Break Out Trip for bubble tea, pocky, and more at Goodrich tomorrow, Saturday 2/25 10AM-2PM! Cash or Venmo accepted. All proceeds fund the trip's work with Children of Bellevue, a nonprofit organization that provides support and programming for children at Bellevue Hospital. from Anna T. Sun, NYC Break Out Trip, Center for Learning in Action
Bubble Tea & Pocky Fundraiser!
Join the NYC Break Out Trip for bubble tea, pocky, and more at Goodrich tomorrow, Saturday 2/25 10AM-2PM! Cash or Venmo accepted. All proceeds fund the trip's work with Children of Bellevue, a nonprofit organization that provides support and programming for children at Bellevue Hospital. from Anna T. Sun, NYC Break Out Trip, Center for Learning in Action
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Last weekend to access your chance to win $400
just for saying something important in public! Enter the annual competition for the Coffin Prize for Passionate Public Speaking: submit a speech of 1800 words on your choice of topic in either Social Justice/Activism or Spirituality/Faith. Submission deadline is next Wed. (March 1); details @ chaplain.williams.edu. from Rick Spalding, Chaplain's Office
Last weekend to access your chance to win $400
just for saying something important in public! Enter the annual competition for the Coffin Prize for Passionate Public Speaking: submit a speech of 1800 words on your choice of topic in either Social Justice/Activism or Spirituality/Faith. Submission deadline is next Wed. (March 1); details @ chaplain.williams.edu. from Rick Spalding, Chaplain's Office
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Google Calendar features help identify when others are available
Google Calendar has two powerful features to help you identify when your colleagues are available when scheduling a meeting with them. More info here: http://gappstips.com/google-calendar/find-time-google-calendar/ MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41407 from Michael Richardson, Ofc for Information Technology
Google Calendar features help identify when others are available
Google Calendar has two powerful features to help you identify when your colleagues are available when scheduling a meeting with them. More info here: http://gappstips.com/google-calendar/find-time-google-calendar/ MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41407 from Michael Richardson, Ofc for Information Technology
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Taste N See (Annual Black Church Event)-March 4th
March 4 is the annual Taste N' See event! Starting with a 1pm reception in Griffin Hall, a service at 2pm in Thompson Chapel, ending with dinner in Dodd, Taste N' See is an opportunity to celebrate forms of worship that are not available here. RSVP for the event/dinner TODAY: https://goo.gl/forms/DwIM8Y6L3Xja0fl22. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41408 from Naomi L. Francois, Williams InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Taste N See (Annual Black Church Event)-March 4th
March 4 is the annual Taste N' See event! Starting with a 1pm reception in Griffin Hall, a service at 2pm in Thompson Chapel, ending with dinner in Dodd, Taste N' See is an opportunity to celebrate forms of worship that are not available here. RSVP for the event/dinner TODAY: https://goo.gl/forms/DwIM8Y6L3Xja0fl22. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41408 from Naomi L. Francois, Williams InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
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Tamara Stajner, Viola - Free Concert!
Please join us in St John's Church, 35 Park St, at 4 PM on Saturday, February 25, for a free viola concert with Tamara Stajner, visiting from Vienna, and friends. The program will include works by Bach, Weber, Bartok, Hindemith, and Vieuxtemps. from Gail Newman, German and Russian Department
Tamara Stajner, Viola - Free Concert!
Please join us in St John's Church, 35 Park St, at 4 PM on Saturday, February 25, for a free viola concert with Tamara Stajner, visiting from Vienna, and friends. The program will include works by Bach, Weber, Bartok, Hindemith, and Vieuxtemps. from Gail Newman, German and Russian Department
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Hindi-Urdu Table NOON TODAY, Paresky 112
Angrezi bol bolke thak gaye? Come join the Hindi-Urdu table for informal baatcheet in the language of Ghalib, Premchand, and Bollywood. Speakers at all levels most welcome. from Joel Lee, Anthropology and Sociology
Hindi-Urdu Table NOON TODAY, Paresky 112
Angrezi bol bolke thak gaye? Come join the Hindi-Urdu table for informal baatcheet in the language of Ghalib, Premchand, and Bollywood. Speakers at all levels most welcome. from Joel Lee, Anthropology and Sociology
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Audubon's Birds of America
The Chapin Library's display of Audubon's Birds of America in the original double elephant folio continues with the Stanley Hawk (Astur stanleii), on view in the Steven Schow '81 Gallery (Sawyer 455), Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm, through March 10. from Wayne Hammond, Williams Libraries
Audubon's Birds of America
The Chapin Library's display of Audubon's Birds of America in the original double elephant folio continues with the Stanley Hawk (Astur stanleii), on view in the Steven Schow '81 Gallery (Sawyer 455), Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm, through March 10. from Wayne Hammond, Williams Libraries
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Do you like to run or bike along Route 43 (Water Street)?
Please take this 2-minute survey to help count the number of users and improve safety along Route 43: https://goo.gl/forms/wsxsK3KLggYHexKC3 The Great Ideas Committee plans to cooperate with town of Williamstown to work with MassDOT to explore safety options for the state owned highway. from Sonya M. Jampel, Great Ideas Committee
Do you like to run or bike along Route 43 (Water Street)?
Please take this 2-minute survey to help count the number of users and improve safety along Route 43: https://goo.gl/forms/wsxsK3KLggYHexKC3 The Great Ideas Committee plans to cooperate with town of Williamstown to work with MassDOT to explore safety options for the state owned highway. from Sonya M. Jampel, Great Ideas Committee
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February Bills Available on Student Account Center
The February 2017 bills are available to view and pay on the Student Account Center. Visit http://www.williams.edu/admin/controller/bursar/ and follow the instructions in the detailed message below. Payment for Spring term bills was due January 15. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41413 from Mary Kate Shea, Controller's Office
February Bills Available on Student Account Center
The February 2017 bills are available to view and pay on the Student Account Center. Visit http://www.williams.edu/admin/controller/bursar/ and follow the instructions in the detailed message below. Payment for Spring term bills was due January 15. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41413 from Mary Kate Shea, Controller's Office
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Dinner and Dance Fundraiser
On Friday March 10th, from 6-10pm, the Faculty Club will be holding a fundraiser to support Pop Cares (an organization that supports local cancer patients). We will also be there to honor Patty Mancuso. There will be a DJ, food, and cash and prize raffles. Come buy a ticket and join us for a night of fun! Sponsored by the Faculty Club Board of Directors. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41417 from Neal M. Sardana, Student Health Services
Dinner and Dance Fundraiser
On Friday March 10th, from 6-10pm, the Faculty Club will be holding a fundraiser to support Pop Cares (an organization that supports local cancer patients). We will also be there to honor Patty Mancuso. There will be a DJ, food, and cash and prize raffles. Come buy a ticket and join us for a night of fun! Sponsored by the Faculty Club Board of Directors. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41417 from Neal M. Sardana, Student Health Services
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Intern at WCMA this summer!
Apply on Route 2 for an internship at WCMA. Work in engagement, curatorial, PR, or other areas of the museum. Applications are due Friday, March 10th. Email rh7@williams.edu with any questions. from Rachel A. Heisler, Williams College Museum of Art
Intern at WCMA this summer!
Apply on Route 2 for an internship at WCMA. Work in engagement, curatorial, PR, or other areas of the museum. Applications are due Friday, March 10th. Email rh7@williams.edu with any questions. from Rachel A. Heisler, Williams College Museum of Art
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The Human Library - today!
Join us for the Human Library in Paresky today and tomorrow (Saturday), 1-4 pm. You can check out human books and learn the stories behind their titles. Come to read one book (30 mins) or several! Open to the public. All are welcome. See the full list of books titles at http://sites.williams.edu/humanlibrary/ MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41420 from Carrie Greene, Gaudino Fund and Williams College Libraries
The Human Library - today!
Join us for the Human Library in Paresky today and tomorrow (Saturday), 1-4 pm. You can check out human books and learn the stories behind their titles. Come to read one book (30 mins) or several! Open to the public. All are welcome. See the full list of books titles at http://sites.williams.edu/humanlibrary/ MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=41420 from Carrie Greene, Gaudino Fund and Williams College Libraries
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Support the Ghana BreakOut Trip
Get dinner at Pera Bistro on Friday, March 3rd and have your discount donated to our BreakOut Trip. By supporting us, you will be supporting the education of a group of underprivileged children in Ghana. from Judy A. Gitahi, CLiA, Ghana BreakOut Trip
Support the Ghana BreakOut Trip
Get dinner at Pera Bistro on Friday, March 3rd and have your discount donated to our BreakOut Trip. By supporting us, you will be supporting the education of a group of underprivileged children in Ghana. from Judy A. Gitahi, CLiA, Ghana BreakOut Trip
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Wanna Know A Secret? Tour at WCMA Sat, Feb 25, 11am
From government conspiracies to illicit affairs, secrets permeate every level of society. Here at WCMA we have a few secrets of our own. Come and discover treasures from the 17th to 20th century with Shaheen Currimjee '20. http://wcma.williams.edu/programs/ from Cara Borelli, Williams College Museum of Art
Wanna Know A Secret? Tour at WCMA Sat, Feb 25, 11am
From government conspiracies to illicit affairs, secrets permeate every level of society. Here at WCMA we have a few secrets of our own. Come and discover treasures from the 17th to 20th century with Shaheen Currimjee '20. http://wcma.williams.edu/programs/ from Cara Borelli, Williams College Museum of Art
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Dutch Language Table Today
Gezellig! Speak Dutch or simply want to hear what it sounds like? Dutch table meets Fridays in Paresky 210, 12 - 1 PM. from Thomas J. Hadley, Ctr-ForeignLangs,Lit&Culture
Dutch Language Table Today
Gezellig! Speak Dutch or simply want to hear what it sounds like? Dutch table meets Fridays in Paresky 210, 12 - 1 PM. from Thomas J. Hadley, Ctr-ForeignLangs,Lit&Culture
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