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MHC students reconstruct Cape Cod town (above) that tides, government took away ... Documentary from Asoka Bandarage shows threat to Sri Lankan village. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
December 27, 2000 - 10:59pm
Politics professor Douglas Amy explains in a recent article why wasted votes constitute a larger--and far more common--problem than Florida's uncounted votes ever will.
December 16, 2000 - 10:59pm
MHC politics professor Douglas Amy, an expert on voting systems, explains why the Electoral College has got to go in a recent Springfield Union-News column.
December 6, 2000 - 10:59pm
If semester's end has you at wits' end, come pie a professor or fellow student at Blanchard at 12:30pm Tuesday. (Don't worry, they volunteered.)
December 5, 2000 - 10:59pm
"A Touch of Class," ##airing on the Oxygen cable network Sunday from 5pm to 7pm,## features a seven minute segment on the College's athletics programs. Look for it on local cable systems or through DirectTV.
December 4, 2000 - 10:59pm
Garrison Keillor (above) on tap for campus visit ... Women's studies prof Martha Ackmann in Newsday on the "widow's mandate" ... Sprague lecture focuses on carnivorous butterflies. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
December 4, 2000 - 10:59pm
The ##101st annual Chrismas Vespers concerts## take place Sunday at 4pm and 7:30pm in Abbey Chapel, and again on Friday, December 8, at 8pm at St. Bartholomew's Church in New York City. RealAudio listeners who'd like to sample the seasonal sounds can click here.
December 2, 2000 (All day)
The ##101st annual Chrismas Vespers concerts## move to New York City on Friday, December 8, at 8pm at St. Bartholomew's Church. RealAudio listeners who'd like to sample the seasonal sounds can click here.
December 2, 2000 (All day)
Psych prof to read from groundbreaking Freida Fromm-Reichmann bio ... Garrison Keillor (above) on tap for campus visit ... Women's studies prof Martha Ackmann in Newsday on the "widow's mandate." Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
November 24, 2000 - 10:59pm
A report from CBS's MarketWatch.com site suggests that all-women's colleges do better at preparing students for the information economy.
November 23, 2000 - 10:59pm
Weissman Center wraps American Democracy In Crisis? series with post-election panel ... Expert on cell surfaces to deliver annual Lucy W. Pickett lecture ... Biochemistry professor Lilian Hsu (above) named first occupant of new chair. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
November 21, 2000 - 10:59pm
Richard G. Little, geology professor at Greenfield Community College, looks underneath the surface of the area in "Bedrock: The Geology of the Connecticut Valley" at Gamble Auditorium at 7pm tonight.
November 15, 2000 - 10:59pm
Beth Goettel, director of the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge, kicks off Sense of Place: At Home in the Connecticut River Valley, a lecture series sponsored by MHC's Center for Environmental Literacy, with "A Bird's-Eye View of the Watershed" in Gamble Auditorium at 7 pm tonight.
November 7, 2000 (All day)
Weissman Center wraps American Democracy In Crisis? series with post-election panel ... Arts week at MHC: Faculty dance concert starts tonight at Kendall, Garcia Lorca's play Yerma opens run at Rooke Theatre. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
November 6, 2000 - 10:59pm
Yerma, a 1934 tragic play about motherhood and marriage by Spanish poet and dramatist Federico Garcia Lorca, will be performed at Rooke Theatre Thursday through Saturday at 8 pm as well as Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm.
November 6, 2000 (All day)
Spanish Civil War Vet shows film of experiences Tuesday... Lectures galore this week: A look at the Connecticut River Valley (above), a slide show on social justice, professor addresses cultural literacy for children. Read about these stories and more on MHC's News and Events page.
November 6, 2000 (All day)

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