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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 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
Accclaimed wilderness author Gretel Ehrlich will read from and discuss her latest work, This Cold Heaven: Seven Seasons In Greenland, in the New York Room at Mary Woolley Hall on Monday, November 26 at 7 pm.
November 20, 2001 - 4:39pm
The Lyons basketball team begins its 2001-2002 season with the MHC Tip-Off Tournament on Friday and Saturday at Kendall. Games begin at 5 pm on Friday and 1 pm on Saturday. Wentworth, Western New England College, and Curry are the schools joining MHC in this year's tourney.
November 15, 2001 - 4:17pm
A Sense of Place: At Home in the Connecticut River Valley, the ongoing lecture series from the Center for Environmental Literacy, continues with "Progress and Challenges in Cleaning New England's Air," a talk by the Environmental Protection Agency's Robert Judge, on November 29 at 7 pm at Gamble Auditorium.
November 15, 2001 - 4:08pm
Associate professor of women's studies Asoka Bandarage will moderate a gathering of leading women activists, "Transforming Crisis: Alternatives to Globalization and Fundamentalism," tonight at 7 pm at Hooker Auditorium.
November 12, 2001 - 1:55pm
The Weissman Center for Leadership looks at the evolution of public space from a historical perspective in "Contested Ground: Meaningful Landscapes and Cultural Conflict in the Past," a panel discussion Wednesday at 7:30 pm at Gamble Auditorium.
November 12, 2001 - 9:29am
Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards, authors of Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future, will look at the current state of feminism in "Braless Banshees vs. Brainless Barbies: Looking for a Feminism That Calls My Name" on Friday at 4 pm at Mary Woolley Hall's New York Room.
November 5, 2001 - 12:38pm
MHC's Department of Dance promises three evenings of entertaining and emotionally riveting dance -- modern, jazz, and contemporary ballet -- in its first presentation of the 2001-2002 season, November 8-10 at 8 pm each night in the Kendall Hall Studio Theater.
November 3, 2001 - 3:07pm
Acclaimed playwright Suzan-Lori Parks '85 has been named one of 23 recipients of this year's MacArthur Foundation Fellowships, commonly known as the "genius grant."
November 2, 2001 - 3:42pm
"Muslim Worlds Through Film," a series of films that explore the humanity of Muslim subjects in the United States and the Middle East, concludes Sunday with "Life and Nothing More," winner of the Roberto Rossellini Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, at 7:30 pm in Dwight 101.
November 1, 2001 - 4:00pm
India.Arie brings her distinctive folk/soul style to Chapin Auditorium on Sunday, November 11, at 8 pm in a concert sponsored by President Joanne V. Creighton and The Network.
November 1, 2001 - 3:06pm
MHC has reopened its search for a software vendor for its long-planned upgrade to the student information system (SIS). The SIS project team expects to have a new choice by mid-December.
October 26, 2001 - 2:38pm