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Adam Mwakalobo, Sanya Osha, and James Zaja are the inaugural group of visiting scholars in the new African Scholars Program launched by the Five College African Studies Council this semester. A welcome reception is set for the three men at the Art Museum on Friday, February 7, at 5 pm.
February 6, 2003 - 4:24pm
The Tin Can People, part two of Edward Bond's "The War Plays" trilogy, runs at Rooke Theatre on February 13-15 at 8 pm, with matinees February 15 and 16 at 2 pm. The play is presented by the Department of Theatre Arts and directed by Joyce Devlin.
February 6, 2003 - 4:24pm
Franz Schubert's Winterreise, a song cycle that is among the most admired of Romantic compositions, will be performed Friday, February 7, at 8 pm in Pratt Hall's McCulloch Auditorium as part of the Warbeke Memorial Concert series.
February 6, 2003 - 4:18pm
Professor of History Daniel Czitrom, a noted expert on New York City, calls Martin Scorsese's latest epic Gangs of New York "a missed opportunity" to accurately reflect the city's turbulent 19th-century era.
January 31, 2003 - 12:17am
Lee Bowie, professor of philosophy and founding codirector of the Weissman Center for Leadership, has been named vice president for student affairs and dean of the College.
January 31, 2003 - 12:17am
Several MHC faculty members had a variety of reactions to Tuesday's State of the Union address by President Bush.
January 30, 2003 - 1:43pm
Senior Elena Giordano set ##a new school record and a new Seven Sisters record## in 1-meter diving this weekend at the Seven Sisters Championship, and qualified provisionally for nationals at the Trinity College Meet on Wednesday. She earned ECAC Diver of the Week honors for her accomplishments.
January 28, 2003 - 4:14pm
Preparations for the 2004 U.S. Women's Open at MHC's Orchards Golf Course are proceeding nicely, with the tournament logo unveiled last week by the organizers.
January 28, 2003 - 2:39pm
John Fox, visiting lecturer of complex organizations, says the recent Bush administration plan to kill taxes on dividends wouldn't help the economy in the short run and would cause problems in years to come.
January 28, 2003 - 2:37pm
The rich history of New Jersey has a new expert: Kelly Kealy '03, who spent last summer researching and writing about her state's fascinating history for New Jersey Heritage Magazine, a quarterly publication of the Public Policy Center of New Jersey.
January 24, 2003 - 1:12pm
MHC's Botanic Garden will be featured in an episode of Making It Here, a new series produced by WGBY/Channel 57, the public TV station serving western New England. The episode, titled "Out in the Garden," will be broadcast on Monday, January 20 at 7:30 pm and again on Tuesday, January 21 at 2 pm.
January 16, 2003 - 4:44pm
African Forms, the first American exhibition to examine hand-crafted objects over a broad stylistic range and from throughout the continent, will open at the MHC Art Museum on January 30.
January 16, 2003 - 4:40pm
Rachel Brule '03's Marshall Scholarship award puts her on a track to perhaps become a "top public policy maker," notes a Daily Hampshire Gazette article on Brule and other Marshall scholars.
January 16, 2003 - 4:39pm
Professor of Sociology Richard Moran, author of the recent book Executioner's Current, participated in a question-and-answer session on the electric chair and the death penalty for the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
January 16, 2003 - 4:38pm
Sixteen librarians from the Republic of Georgia are visiting MHC under a State Department grant that will train the Georgians in various aspects of library science and demonstrate the role of libraries in American civil society.
January 16, 2003 - 4:37pm
Dancers, drummers, and singers will join in a celebration of the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday, January 19 at 1:30 pm in the College's Abbey Memorial Chapel. The program is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible.
January 16, 2003 - 3:49pm

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