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Politics professor Christopher Pyle argues in an opinion column against the Bush administration's executive order establishing military tribunals for accused terrorists.
December 10, 2001 - 4:41pm
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December 7, 2001 - 4:16pm
MHC students present their artwork at an exhibit in the drawing studio at the Central Services Building from Thursday to Sunday, December 6-9.
December 7, 2001 - 3:37pm
MHC students present their artwork at an exhibit in the drawing studio at the Central Services Building from Thursday to Sunday, December 6-9. The exhibit kicks off with an opening reception Thursday from 4:30 pm to 6 pm.
December 7, 2001 - 3:36pm
The notorious Bliss family comes to life in the Theatre Arts department production of Noel Coward's classic comedy Hay Fever, this Thursday through Saturday, December 6-8, at 8 pm at Rooke Theatre. There will also be performances on Saturday and Sunday, December 8-9, at 2 pm.
December 3, 2001 - 4:37pm
Architect William McDonough talks about "environmentally intelligent" architecture in "Ecological Architecture, Design, and Ethics" on Wednesday, December 5, at 7:30 pm in Gamble Auditorium. The lecture, co-sponsored by the Center for Environmental Literacy and the Weissman Center for Leadership, is part of the WCL's yearlong focus on architecture.
December 3, 2001 - 1:11pm
Weissman Center for Leadership co-director Christopher Benfey assesses the year's best art books for the New York Times Book Review. (Registration required for the Times Web site.)
December 3, 2001 - 1:02pm
Weissman Center for Leadership co-director Christopher Benfey assessed the year's best art books for the New York Times Sunday Book Review. (Registration required)
December 3, 2001 - 12:51pm
A century-old tradition continues in Boston on Friday, December 7, with MHC's annual Christmas Vespers. Appearing will be MHC's Glee Club, Chamber Singers, and Concert Choir; the English Handbell Choir; and the Chamber Jazz Ensemble. The concert will take place at 8 pm at Boston's Old South Church.
December 3, 2001 - 12:22pm
Susan Morse, founder of Keeping Track--an organization of volunteers who collect pelts, tracks and other signs of wildlife--talks about the group's work at Chapin Auditorium at 7 pm on Tuesday, December 4.
December 3, 2001 - 12:20pm
Sister Shamshad Sheikh, the College's Muslim chaplain, has been speaking in the area since the September 11 attacks to educate area residents about Islam and promote interfaith understanding.
November 29, 2001 - 6:24pm
The Five College Early Music Collegium, directed by Robert Eisenstein, ##will present "16th-Century Music For Voices And Renaissance Instruments" at Abbey Chapel on Tuesday, December 4, at 8 pm.## The program repeats the following evening at Smith College.
November 27, 2001 - 4:36pm
Philosophy professor Thomas Wartenberg traces the historical development of aesthetic theory in a reading from his new book, The Nature of Art: An Anthology, on Wednesday at 7 pm at the Odyssey Bookshop.
November 27, 2001 - 4:12pm
A group of theatre arts students and faculty will celebrate the life of Emily Dickinson at various campus locations on Tuesday. Festivities begin at 3 pm at the Pump House, with other performances at Mary Lyon's grave at 4 pm; Chapin Auditorium at 5:30 pm; and Abbey Chapel at 7 pm.
November 27, 2001 - 2:39pm
Politics professor Christopher Pyle examines the Bush administration's executive order establishing military tribunals for accused terrorists in a TIME.com article.
November 27, 2001 - 12:03pm
Economics professor Jens Christiansen will examine the case for serious cutbacks in U.S. dependence on Mideast oil in a talk sponsored by the Sierra Club on Wednesday, November 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Neilson Browsing Room at Smith College.
November 20, 2001 - 4:47pm

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