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The MHC Theatre Arts Department kicks off its 2001-2002 season with Tennessee Williams's powerful drama, The Night Of The Iguana, Thursday through Sunday at Rooke Theatre at 8 pm.
October 22, 2001 - 5:18pm
"Muslim Worlds Through Film," a series of films that explore the humanity of Muslim subjects in the United States and the Middle East, continues Sunday with "The Cyclist" at 7:30 pm in Dwight 101.
October 22, 2001 - 5:18pm
Simmons College associate professor of sociology Becky Thompson will discuss her book "A Promise and A Way of Life: White Antiracist Activism" at Mary Woolley Hall's New York Room on Tuesday at 7:30 pm.
October 22, 2001 - 5:18pm
"Muslim Worlds Through Film," a series of films that explore the humanity of Muslim subjects in the United States and the Middle East, continues Sunday with "Canticle of the Stones," a Cannes Film Festival selection, at 7:30 pm in Dwight 101.
October 20, 2001 - 7:57pm
A Weissman Center for Leadership panel discussion Thursday will explore the many "lives" of factory buildings with a special focus on nearby North Adams, home of MASS MoCA, one of the most celebrated "reused" factory buildings in the U.S. The program begins at 7:30 pm at Gamble Auditorium.
October 20, 2001 - 7:53pm
The Office of Facilities Management and the Office of Religious Life are organizing a ##DAY OF GIVING aiding local community service organizations## to be held on Friday; MHC faculty, staff and students are encouraged to participate.
September 24, 2001 - 2:23pm
Julia Alvarez will read from her award-winning novel How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents on Friday at Pratt Hall's McCulloch Auditorium at 7pm.
September 20, 2001 - 9:33am
Recent graduate Charis Quay Huei Li '01 has been named as ##one of the six finalists for the prestigious Apker Award,## an annual competition for the best physics research done by an undergraduate student.
September 16, 2001 (All day)
All MHC classes for today, September 12, are currently expected to resume as scheduled. All offices are also expected to be open. Any changes or further announcements will be posted at the MHC News and Events page and on mhc.announce and will also be available through the campus emergency telephone line at 538- 2330.
September 12, 2001 - 10:37am
MHC professor Joseph Ellis has won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for history for his book Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation.
September 12, 2001 - 10:24am
Four members of the MHC community--Brad Leithauser, Joseph Ellis, Catherine Allgor FP '92, and Gjertrud Schnackenberg '75--are featured in the current (March 29) New York Review of Books.
September 12, 2001 - 10:24am
Help shape the future of the MHC landscape! Join our forum today at 4 pm at Hooker Auditorium. You can also visit the Campus Master Planning Committee website.
September 12, 2001 - 10:24am
The Weissman Center ends its American Democracy In Crisis? series with a post-election panel discussion, "Elections 2000: Implications For American Democracy" Monday at 7:30pm at Gamble Auditorium.
September 12, 2001 - 10:24am
Psychology professor Gail Hornstein will sneak-peek her new biography of acclaimed psychotherapist Freida Fromm-Reichmann on November 3 at 7:30pm at the Five College Women's Studies Research Center.
September 12, 2001 - 10:24am
The keynote lecture for this week's symposium on Frances Perkins '02 has been moved to Pratt Auditorium on Thursday at 7:30pm. Click here to learn more about Perkins (the nation's first female Cabinet member).
September 12, 2001 - 10:24am
2000 Take the Lead! participant Lindsey Mecca's ##program project, a play about capital punishment,## will be read at the finals of the Young Connecticut Playwright's Festival this week.
September 12, 2001 - 10:24am