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Today: Tuesday, October 21 2014
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Meet Your Farmer: Ioka Valley Farm
Delicious maple syrup from Ioka Valley Farm will be flowing tonight in Mission Park Dining Hall from 5:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Stop by to meet Missy and Rob Leab, who also grow blueberries and raise beef. This event is part of Food Week. from Brent A. Wasser, Zilkha Ctr-Envrmtl Initiatives
Meet Your Farmer: Ioka Valley Farm
Delicious maple syrup from Ioka Valley Farm will be flowing tonight in Mission Park Dining Hall from 5:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Stop by to meet Missy and Rob Leab, who also grow blueberries and raise beef. This event is part of Food Week. from Brent A. Wasser, Zilkha Ctr-Envrmtl Initiatives
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10/21 Ensemble East, 8 p.m., Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall
From tales of the geisha to poetry of nature, stories of old Japan unfold in rich musical tradition. Modern solo music offers contemporary context. A gateway to Japanese poetry, literature, and story telling, the music speaks a language everyone can understand. http://music.williams.edu/events/ensemble-east/ from Jonathan C. Myers, Music Department
10/21 Ensemble East, 8 p.m., Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall
From tales of the geisha to poetry of nature, stories of old Japan unfold in rich musical tradition. Modern solo music offers contemporary context. A gateway to Japanese poetry, literature, and story telling, the music speaks a language everyone can understand. http://music.williams.edu/events/ensemble-east/ from Jonathan C. Myers, Music Department
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Feel Good Do Good: Community Health and Wellness Fair 10/23/14
Save the date for the Feel Good Do Good: Community Health and Wellness Fair this Thursday at Greylock Hall, 2nd floor, from 11:00am-3:00pm for students, faculty and staff. Enter the raffle for an iPad mini! For more details http://hr.williams.edu/announcements/feel-good-do-good-community-health-and-wellness-fair/ from Kris Maloney, Human Resources
Feel Good Do Good: Community Health and Wellness Fair 10/23/14
Save the date for the Feel Good Do Good: Community Health and Wellness Fair this Thursday at Greylock Hall, 2nd floor, from 11:00am-3:00pm for students, faculty and staff. Enter the raffle for an iPad mini! For more details http://hr.williams.edu/announcements/feel-good-do-good-community-health-and-wellness-fair/ from Kris Maloney, Human Resources
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Jiminy Peak Special One Time Only Ski Passes on sale 10/23/14
Purchase your ski passes at the Feel Good Do Good: Community Health and Wellness Fair in Greylock Hall, 2nd floor, from 11:00am-3:00pm. For ski pass details: http://hr.williams.edu/announcements/jiminy-peak-ski-passes-available-oct-23-only/ from Kris Maloney, Human Resources
Jiminy Peak Special One Time Only Ski Passes on sale 10/23/14
Purchase your ski passes at the Feel Good Do Good: Community Health and Wellness Fair in Greylock Hall, 2nd floor, from 11:00am-3:00pm. For ski pass details: http://hr.williams.edu/announcements/jiminy-peak-ski-passes-available-oct-23-only/ from Kris Maloney, Human Resources
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Economic graduate school information session
On Tuesday, October 21 at 5 PM, professors from the economics department will be hosting an information session for students considering a Ph.D. in economics. Any student interested in grad studies in economics is encouraged to attend in Schapiro 241. Contact Professor Leight at jl14@williams.edu with questions. from Jessica E. Leight, Economics Department
Economic graduate school information session
On Tuesday, October 21 at 5 PM, professors from the economics department will be hosting an information session for students considering a Ph.D. in economics. Any student interested in grad studies in economics is encouraged to attend in Schapiro 241. Contact Professor Leight at jl14@williams.edu with questions. from Jessica E. Leight, Economics Department
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March For Life at Washington D.C.
The annual March For Life is in a few months! Williams For Life will be attending the March on January 22nd, 2015 at 1pm and the Students For Life of America Conference on the 23rd. We will leave Friday the 21st and come back the 23rd. Please email lau2 or ds6 with interest or questions! from Luis A. Urrea, Williams For Life
March For Life at Washington D.C.
The annual March For Life is in a few months! Williams For Life will be attending the March on January 22nd, 2015 at 1pm and the Students For Life of America Conference on the 23rd. We will leave Friday the 21st and come back the 23rd. Please email lau2 or ds6 with interest or questions! from Luis A. Urrea, Williams For Life
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Global Health Stories! Thursday, 8pm, Goodrich
This Thursday, come to Goodrich at 8pm to stories of experiences with global health disparities. We'll be hearing stories from Scott Lewis, Professor Kiaran Honderich, Professor Michelle Apotsos, Elena Luthi '15, and Kirby Neuner '15. Profits from the Goodrich coffee bar will go to Partners in Health! from Alison G. C. Smith, Partners in Health Engage
Global Health Stories! Thursday, 8pm, Goodrich
This Thursday, come to Goodrich at 8pm to stories of experiences with global health disparities. We'll be hearing stories from Scott Lewis, Professor Kiaran Honderich, Professor Michelle Apotsos, Elena Luthi '15, and Kirby Neuner '15. Profits from the Goodrich coffee bar will go to Partners in Health! from Alison G. C. Smith, Partners in Health Engage
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Purple Rain Auditions
Purple Rain is a new, co-ed singing group on campus that primarily sings R&B, Soul, and Indie music. Knowing that we are all Williams students, Purple Rain is not time-consuming. We will be holding additional auditions until the end of October. If interested, please contact Victoria Onuzuruike (vno1) for info. from Victoria N. Onuzuruike, Purple Rain
Purple Rain Auditions
Purple Rain is a new, co-ed singing group on campus that primarily sings R&B, Soul, and Indie music. Knowing that we are all Williams students, Purple Rain is not time-consuming. We will be holding additional auditions until the end of October. If interested, please contact Victoria Onuzuruike (vno1) for info. from Victoria N. Onuzuruike, Purple Rain
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Student/Staff Board Game Night: Snakes and Lattes!
Come to Goodrich TONIGHT Tuesday October 21st from 7pm-9pm with students, staff members, and faculty for free coffee and board games! Sponsored by OSL and the Szykowny Fund. from Lani Willmar, Office of Student Life
Student/Staff Board Game Night: Snakes and Lattes!
Come to Goodrich TONIGHT Tuesday October 21st from 7pm-9pm with students, staff members, and faculty for free coffee and board games! Sponsored by OSL and the Szykowny Fund. from Lani Willmar, Office of Student Life
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please return copies of "The Economist"
Please return copies of "The Economist" to the 2nd floor lounge of Schapiro Hall. These are paid for by the PSCI department and are left there for everyone to read. from Nancy Bellows, Political Science Department
please return copies of "The Economist"
Please return copies of "The Economist" to the 2nd floor lounge of Schapiro Hall. These are paid for by the PSCI department and are left there for everyone to read. from Nancy Bellows, Political Science Department
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Food at Lunch: Animal welfare and humane treatment
Want to discuss animal welfare in agriculture? Sign up for Food at Lunch this Thursday, 10/23. We will meet at 12:00 p.m. in Faculty House for an informal lunch discussion on this topic. Please register in advance with Brent Wasser at baw2. from Brent A. Wasser, Zilkha Ctr-Envrmtl Initiatives
Food at Lunch: Animal welfare and humane treatment
Want to discuss animal welfare in agriculture? Sign up for Food at Lunch this Thursday, 10/23. We will meet at 12:00 p.m. in Faculty House for an informal lunch discussion on this topic. Please register in advance with Brent Wasser at baw2. from Brent A. Wasser, Zilkha Ctr-Envrmtl Initiatives
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Are You Interested in Majoring in English
If you are a first year or sophomore who is interested in majoring in English, we would like to invite you to an ice cream party this Thursday evening (October 23), at 6:30 PM, in the Faculty House. This will be a gathering at which you can talk with the Majors Committee about the major in English. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29754 from Patricia Malanga, English Department
Are You Interested in Majoring in English
If you are a first year or sophomore who is interested in majoring in English, we would like to invite you to an ice cream party this Thursday evening (October 23), at 6:30 PM, in the Faculty House. This will be a gathering at which you can talk with the Majors Committee about the major in English. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29754 from Patricia Malanga, English Department
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Driscoll Dining Hall Medevil Dinner Wednesday
Driscoll Dining Hall is Hosting a Medevil Diner this Wednesday, Oct 22nd. Please Join us and Share the Bounty with Turkey Legs, Ribs, Herbed Potatoes, Peasant Bread, Baked Apples, Cider, Cheese, Knights in Shining Armour, Jesters, Kings and Queens...No Forks Needed!! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29756 from Molly O'Brien, Dining Services
Driscoll Dining Hall Medevil Dinner Wednesday
Driscoll Dining Hall is Hosting a Medevil Diner this Wednesday, Oct 22nd. Please Join us and Share the Bounty with Turkey Legs, Ribs, Herbed Potatoes, Peasant Bread, Baked Apples, Cider, Cheese, Knights in Shining Armour, Jesters, Kings and Queens...No Forks Needed!! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29756 from Molly O'Brien, Dining Services
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ACE Meeting, 8o'Clock, Stetson 307
Join ACE in the Mabie Room at 8 tonight. We'll be planning activities (like Homecoming events) for everyone on campus. Think dances, movie nights, Homecoming, Halloween - and even Homecoming! What do you want to see happen on campus? Come plan, market and run one of these events yourself. Everyone is welcome. from Jacqueline S. Orr, ACE
ACE Meeting, 8o'Clock, Stetson 307
Join ACE in the Mabie Room at 8 tonight. We'll be planning activities (like Homecoming events) for everyone on campus. Think dances, movie nights, Homecoming, Halloween - and even Homecoming! What do you want to see happen on campus? Come plan, market and run one of these events yourself. Everyone is welcome. from Jacqueline S. Orr, ACE
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Economics Department Seminar
"Maternal Bargaining Power, Parental Compensation and Non-cognitive Skills in Rural China," an Economics department seminar presented by Jessica Leight, will be held on Wednesday, October 22 at 4:00pm in Griffin 7. from Helen A. McShane, Economics Department
Economics Department Seminar
"Maternal Bargaining Power, Parental Compensation and Non-cognitive Skills in Rural China," an Economics department seminar presented by Jessica Leight, will be held on Wednesday, October 22 at 4:00pm in Griffin 7. from Helen A. McShane, Economics Department
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Pine Cobble "For Sale" Houses
The College is offering Pine Cobble houses for sale for the next three weeks as part of the winter housing lottery. If you are interested in purchasing a Pine Cobble house, please contact Mimi Roy at 4238 or by e-mail at Mireille.S.Roy@williams.edu to obtain information on current pricing and scheduling a property tour. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29763 from Mireille Roy, Real Estate & Auxiliary Srvcs
Pine Cobble "For Sale" Houses
The College is offering Pine Cobble houses for sale for the next three weeks as part of the winter housing lottery. If you are interested in purchasing a Pine Cobble house, please contact Mimi Roy at 4238 or by e-mail at Mireille.S.Roy@williams.edu to obtain information on current pricing and scheduling a property tour. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29763 from Mireille Roy, Real Estate & Auxiliary Srvcs
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Rare books and scientists who wrote them...
Interested in the rare books (Chapin Library) and the scientists who wrote them? Darwin's Origin of Species is also part of Astro 340, along with books by Copernicus, Galileo, etc. For more info, register in Astro 340=History of Science 340=Leadership Studies 340 and/or see Prof. Pasachoff, TPL115a. eclipse@williams.edu from Michele C. Rech, Astronomy Department
Rare books and scientists who wrote them...
Interested in the rare books (Chapin Library) and the scientists who wrote them? Darwin's Origin of Species is also part of Astro 340, along with books by Copernicus, Galileo, etc. For more info, register in Astro 340=History of Science 340=Leadership Studies 340 and/or see Prof. Pasachoff, TPL115a. eclipse@williams.edu from Michele C. Rech, Astronomy Department
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Hollywood Director Kim Peirce Thurs 10/23 at 8 pm in Paresky
From Boys Don't Cry to Carrie: Constructing Representations of Gender & Sexuality in Hollywood Peirce directed BOYS DON'T CRY which won an Oscar for Hilary Swank. She has since made STOP-LOSS (starring Channing Tatum and Joseph gordon-Levitt) and most recently CARRIE (starring Julianne Moore). Q&A to follow. from Gregory C. Mitchell, Women, Gender & Sexuality Stdy
Hollywood Director Kim Peirce Thurs 10/23 at 8 pm in Paresky
From Boys Don't Cry to Carrie: Constructing Representations of Gender & Sexuality in Hollywood Peirce directed BOYS DON'T CRY which won an Oscar for Hilary Swank. She has since made STOP-LOSS (starring Channing Tatum and Joseph gordon-Levitt) and most recently CARRIE (starring Julianne Moore). Q&A to follow. from Gregory C. Mitchell, Women, Gender & Sexuality Stdy
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FROSH REVUE IS COMING!
What is Frosh Revue?? Come find out this weekend as ten hilarious freshmen take over the '62 Center MainStage with their show SOME LIKE IT FROSH. Don't miss out on Williams's zaniest annual theatrical tradition - get your ticket now! https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/32885 MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29766 from Scott G. Daniel, Frosh Revue
FROSH REVUE IS COMING!
What is Frosh Revue?? Come find out this weekend as ten hilarious freshmen take over the '62 Center MainStage with their show SOME LIKE IT FROSH. Don't miss out on Williams's zaniest annual theatrical tradition - get your ticket now! https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/32885 MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29766 from Scott G. Daniel, Frosh Revue
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Jonathan Franzen and Andrew Sullivan - tonight!
Come to the MainStage at 8 pm tonight to hear two prominent writers and public intellectuals engage in a discussion of issues, such as family, the environment, and income inequality. Candis Smith, Political Science, will moderate. Tickets available at the door! Sponsored by the Class of '71 Public Affairs Forum. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29767 from Carrie Greene, Lecture Committee
Jonathan Franzen and Andrew Sullivan - tonight!
Come to the MainStage at 8 pm tonight to hear two prominent writers and public intellectuals engage in a discussion of issues, such as family, the environment, and income inequality. Candis Smith, Political Science, will moderate. Tickets available at the door! Sponsored by the Class of '71 Public Affairs Forum. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29767 from Carrie Greene, Lecture Committee
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Biomedical Ethics in Grey's Anatomy, tonight!
Join the biomedical ethics club tonight at 7 in Paresky 112 as we watch Grey's Anatomy and discuss the biomedical ethics issues involved! from Angela Chang, Biomedical Ethics Club
Biomedical Ethics in Grey's Anatomy, tonight!
Join the biomedical ethics club tonight at 7 in Paresky 112 as we watch Grey's Anatomy and discuss the biomedical ethics issues involved! from Angela Chang, Biomedical Ethics Club
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Vedanta Study Group: Meeting Tonight, 8pm, TBL 202 - All welcome!
This week, we'll learn some new concepts to help us characterize our conscious experience. How does the world we experience differ from reality? Can anything absolute be said about reality? Come share your thoughts tonight at 8 in TBL 202. from Nina G. Pande, Vedanta Study Group
Vedanta Study Group: Meeting Tonight, 8pm, TBL 202 - All welcome!
This week, we'll learn some new concepts to help us characterize our conscious experience. How does the world we experience differ from reality? Can anything absolute be said about reality? Come share your thoughts tonight at 8 in TBL 202. from Nina G. Pande, Vedanta Study Group
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CDE Country Talk: Southern Africa
Join us for an International Studies Colloquium on Southern Africa with Center for Development Economics Fellows Mercy Machisa (Zimbabwe), Vangile Dlamini (Swaziland), and Manda Rakotomanana (Madagascar). Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 2:45 pm in Griffin 3. All are welcome! from Carrie Greene, International Studies
CDE Country Talk: Southern Africa
Join us for an International Studies Colloquium on Southern Africa with Center for Development Economics Fellows Mercy Machisa (Zimbabwe), Vangile Dlamini (Swaziland), and Manda Rakotomanana (Madagascar). Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 2:45 pm in Griffin 3. All are welcome! from Carrie Greene, International Studies
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After Hours Health Center Number
Please note the following in contacting the Student Health Center for after - hours concerns that you feel are urgent: Dial x 2206 to reach medical on-call or psych counseling on-call services. OR you can still dial x 4444 to reach Psych On-Call through Campus Safety & Security. Thank you. from Angie Marano, Student Health Services
After Hours Health Center Number
Please note the following in contacting the Student Health Center for after - hours concerns that you feel are urgent: Dial x 2206 to reach medical on-call or psych counseling on-call services. OR you can still dial x 4444 to reach Psych On-Call through Campus Safety & Security. Thank you. from Angie Marano, Student Health Services
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The Brattle Group Presents - Thursday, 10/23 , 7pm Mears House
Join Martha Rogers '07 and Wade Davis '13! The Brattle Group is an economic consulting firm which provides consulting and expert testimony in economics, finance, energy, and regulation to corporations, law firms, and governments around the world. Read more about this top ranking firm.... MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29773 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
The Brattle Group Presents - Thursday, 10/23 , 7pm Mears House
Join Martha Rogers '07 and Wade Davis '13! The Brattle Group is an economic consulting firm which provides consulting and expert testimony in economics, finance, energy, and regulation to corporations, law firms, and governments around the world. Read more about this top ranking firm.... MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29773 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
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