[Calendar]

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FRIDAY 26

Meeting Society of Physics Students. Dining room, *MacGregor Hall, noon.

Lunch followed by Jumma prayer. Eliot House, noon.

Table de Francais. Dejeunons ensemble dans une ambiance detendue. Venez nombreux! Private dining room, Abbey Hall, noon.

Earth Adventures at Lunch You are invited to join the Department of Geology and Geography for an informal gathering of students and professors to share their experiences about study abroad, field camp, research, summer projects. This week Trish Weaver will tell us about "Beer Making and Bee Keeping in Botswana." Lunch provided. *327 Clapp Laboratory, noon.

Prospectives Tea Come and join us for pizza and an informal Kaffeeklatsch to discuss a German studies major or minor, study abroad, and our curriculum, or to ask any questions you may have concerning our program. 111 *Ciruti Center, noon.

Meditation Session and dharma talk. "On Having a Self," with special guest Kidder Smith. *Abbey Chapel, 4 pm.

Lecture and Discussion "Graduate School: Is It for Me? What Are They Looking For?" Part of the Sistahs in Science conference on pursuing careers in science and medicine. *Gamble Auditorium, 4 pm.

Shabbat Service followed by Kosher dinner. RSVP required, call x2054 or email eliot-rsvp. Eliot House, 4 pm.

Film Dial M for Murder. Grace Kelly and Ray Milland star in this classic Hitchcock thriller about a husband determined to kill his wife. Title subject to change. Admission $2. *Hooker Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:30 pm.

Lecture "Feminism, Postmodernism, and the Bible." The Bible has come under feminist and postmodern suspicion. Ironically, it is the Bible itself that laid the original foundation for suspicion of the gendered status quo. Sponsored by the Women's Studies department. *Willits-Hallowell, 7:30 pm.

Meeting Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. Eliot House, 7:45 pm.

Performance Shaduhs Uh Voodoo. A multimedia theatrical dance performance written and directed by Cheryl Gittens '99, set in Barbados, that acts as a vehicle of healing and regeneration. (Preshow screening at 7:30 of a CD-ROM created by Gittens showing the process of creating her play.) Performance in *Chapin Auditorium, 8 pm.

Dance concert Senior thesis concert, "Eyes Wide Open," by Elizabeth Longphre and Nadya Ruschak. Tickets $5 general, $3 students and seniors; call 538-2848 for reservations. Studio Theatre, Kendall Hall, 8 pm.

Concert David Leisener, guitar. Music by Poulenc, Mertz, Bach, and Villa-Lobos. Warbeke Room, Pratt Hall, 8 pm.

Something Every Friday Asian Awareness Month party and show. Join us for a thirty-minute Asian cultural show and party. *Blanchard Campus Center, 8:30 pm.

SATURDAY 27

Conference Sistahs in Science present "Pursuing Careers in Science and Medicine." Lectures will include "Planning on Medical School," "Finding, Keeping, Being a Mentor," "Academia or Industry? Research Opportunities" with participants from Pfizer, Polaroid, Merck, NIH, Army, Albert Einstein, Mayo. *Gamble Auditorium, Art Building, 8 am.

Conference Bellatrix Writers Convention. Three distinguished writers and editors of science fiction/fantasy will discuss writing and editing and will read from their latest works. Susan Schwartz '72, Shanti Fader '93, and Josepha Sherman will be present. Continues 3/28. Stimson Room, *Library, 10 am.

Latina Alumnae Conference "Our Past and Present." Informal panel on the progress of La Unidad since it was founded. Discussion of Latinas' experiences on campus and beyond. 101 *Dwight Hall, 10 am.

Auditions for Summer Theatre. Bring picture, resume, and a prepared two-minute modern monologue, preferably comic. British dialects helpful, but not required. Season productions will include Sandbag; Lost in Yonkers; Sleuth Wilderness; Pygmalion; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; To Forgive, Divine; Cinderella; The Emperor's New Clothes; and The Ugly Duckling. Call x2632 to reserve a time slot or for more info. *Rooke Theatre, 11 am.

Workshop "Utilizing Resources: Working in a Team." Part of the La Unidad Alumnae Conference. *Willits-Hallowell Center, 2 pm.

Panel Discussion "Latina Identity in the Workplace." Part of the La Unidad Conference. Asian Center for Empowerment, 3:15 pm.

Film See Friday, 3/26.

Cultural Show "Talento Caliente" Part of the La Unidad alumnae conference. *Blanchard Campus Center, 8 pm.

Dance Performance See Friday, 3/26.

Performance Shaduhs Uh Voodoo see Friday, 3/26.

Rock the Delles A cappella jam. Come listen to great a cappella! Admission $3, $2 with MHC ID. Living room, *North Mandelle Hall, 8 pm.

Semi-formal Party Part of the La Unidad Alumnae conference. *Blanchard, 10 pm.

SUNDAY 28

Riding IHSA show. *Equestrian Center, 8 am.

Bellatrix Writers Convention See 3/27.

Latina Alumnae Conference "A Networking Community." A Web page presentation with networking purposes for alumnae and students. 101 *Dwight Hall, 10:15 am.

Palm Sunday Roman Catholic Mass followed by brunch in South Rocky private dining room. *Abbey Chapel, 11 am.

Summer Theatre Auditions See Saturday, 3/27. 11 am and 2 pm.

Palm Sunday Ecumenical Worship Service and baptism. *Abbey Interfaith chapel, 4 pm.

Physics Study Night Help with physics homework available, chocolate served. *110 Shattuck Hall, 7 pm.

CSIT Workshop "PowerPoint for the PC." 231 *Williston Library, 7 pm.

Meeting College Democrats. Women in Politics room, *Williston Library, 7:30 pm.

MONDAY 29

Clothesline Project Part of Victim Survivor Awareness Week, sponsored by Women Against Sexual Harassment (WASH). Continues through 4/2. Skinner Green.

Schomburg-Moreno Lecture "Hispanic Doubts and American Dreams." Stuart B. Schwartz, George Burton Adams Professor of History, Yale University. New York Room, *Mary Woolley Hall, 4 pm.

CSIT Workshop Learn how to use a video camera. 202 *Williston Library, 4 pm.

Lecture "Sarracenia Purpurea as a Model System for Studying Community Assembly in Dynamic Habitats." Aaron M. Ellison, department of biology. Refreshments served in 126 *Clapp Laboratory, 4 pm; lecture in 120 *Clapp Laboratory, 4:15 pm.

Lecture "Planting Seeds: Moral Reflection and Disadvantaged Young Women." L'Tanya Robinson, Community Associate, Westover Job Corps, Chicopee. Sponsored by the Five College Women's Studies Research Center. Living room, *Dickinson House, 4:30 pm.

Mindfulness Meditation session for new and experienced meditators. All are welcome. For more information, contact Susan Burggraf (x2841 or email sburggra). Eliot House, 4:30 pm.

Table de Francais Venez diner, parler, vous amuser dans une ambiance francophone. Dining room, Ham Hall, 5:30 pm.

Deutscher Tisch (German Table) Join us for a fun time. Wir freven uns auf Dich! Dining room, *MacGregor Hall, 5:30 pm.

Japanese Language Table For those of you who are interested in Japan and its culture, please come and join us. Private dining room, South Rocky Hall, 5:30 pm.

Lecture "As They See It." Allyson Kurker. As a part of Victim Survivor Awareness week, Kurker will speak on her experience of sexual assault. New York Room, *Mary Woolley Hall, 7 pm.

CLPIA Workshop Whole Body Speech. This speaking workshop focuses on improving body language and voice. Practice your speaking skills in a safe environment and learn how to use your body and your voice to your advantage. 109 Porter Hall, 7 pm.

CSIT Workshop Using a Scanner. 231 *Williston Library, 7:00 and 7:45 pm.

TUESDAY 30

Staff Appreciation Day In honor of all members of our staff, cake will be served. In addition, the SGA senate has nominated thirty staff members for special recognition. They will be receiving certificates, pens, and a letter thanking them for their accomplishments. *Blanchard Campus Center, noon and 3 pm..

Tea for prospective majors in psychology, psychology and education, neuroscience and behavior, as well as the teacher preparation programs. Bring your box lunch from your dorm. We'll provide snacks and dessert. Lobby, *Reese Building, noon.

Chinese Language Table Come learn more about Chinese language and culture. All levels of speakers welcome. Private dining room, Abbey Hall, noon.

Soup, Salad, and Social Change A discussion about class and wealth. Join us as we welcome guest Robert Mazer. RSVP required, call x2054 or email eliot-rsvp by 10 am on 3/29. Eliot House lounge, noon.

Tea for prospective majors in sociology and anthropology. Refreshments served. Living room, *Pearsons Hall, 4 pm.

Tea for prospective biology, biochemistry, and neuroscience majors. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the sciences and our faculty and staff will be there to answer questions. 126 *Clapp Laboratory, 4 pm.

Tea for prospective theater majors. Refreshments served. Lobby, *Rooke Theatre, 4 pm.

Job Information Session Sponsored by the office of admission. *Hooker Auditorium, 5 pm.

Spanish Gracious Dinner Enjoy food from Spain and Latin American countries. Join us in this colorful carnival. Profesores favor confirmae en el departamento. Dining room, Ham Hall, 5:30 pm.

Hallal Program and Dinner Feast of Eid-Hajj, with Shamshad Sheikh. RSVP required, call x2054 or email eliot-rsvp by 10 am on 3/29. Eliot House lounge, 5:30 pm.

Meet the Candidates Sponsored by Class Board. *Blanchard Campus Center, 6:30 pm.

Meeting MassPIRG. *Blanchard Campus Center, 7 pm.

Film Dracula (1931). Directed by Ted Browning and starring Bela Lugosi. Sponsored by German Department. 109 *Ciruti Center, 7:15 pm.

Meeting SGA senate. *Hooker Auditorium, 7:30 pm.

Lecture "Gendering Paradoxes: White-collar Work Organizations in Finland." Paivi Korvajarvi, University of Tampere, Finland. Part of the Five College Women's Studies Research Center lecture series. Living room, *Dickinson House, 7:30 pm.

Japanese Tea Ceremony "Hinamatsuri or Doll Festival Chakai" with Nobue Socho Yamashita. Call for reservations at 536-4364. Eliot House, 7:30 pm.

Choral Concert Music for double chorus choir and soloists, and choir in the round. Experience "live" surround sound as the Concert Choir and Cantamus sing music from the Renaissance to the 20th century. Christopher Aspaas, conductor. Pratt Auditorium, 8 pm.

WEDNESDAY 31

Meeting Remillard Insurance. A representative will be on campus for pre-scheduled appointments only. Please call Human Resources at x2503 to schedule an appointment. Don't forget to bring copies of your current insurance policies to the meeting. 215 *Blanchard Campus Center, 11 am.

Circle of Silence for faculty and staff. *Abbey Interfaith chapel, 12:30 pm.

Public Safety Workshop Fleet Orientation to be able to drive the fleet sedans and vans. 215 *Blanchard Campus Center, 3 pm.

Workshop Finding a summer internship. *Career Development Center, 4 pm.

Zazen Meditation Practice and discussion. "Being Here and Now" with Rev. Issho Fujita. Eliot House, 4 pm.

Lecture Tea "Solving Complex Navigation Problems Using Genetic Programming." Larissa O'Brien '99, computer science. Sponsored by Phi Beta Kappa. Stimson Room, *Williston Library, 4 pm.

Lecture "Coordination and Bioinorganic Chemistry with New Sulfur Ligands." Charles G. Riordan, University of Delaware. Refreshments served in 208 *Carr Laboratory, 4 pm. Lecture in 209 *Carr Laboratory, 4:15 pm.

Rosary Prayer *Abbey Interfaith chapel, 5 pm.

Spanish Language Table/Mesa de Espanol Practica tu espanol de manera divertida mientras disfrutamos la comida. Bienvenidos tados los niveles! Dining room, Ham Hall, 5:30 pm.

First Night Passover Seder with Rabbi Donna Berman. RSVP required, call x2054 or email eliot-rsvp by 10 am on 3/30. Eliot House lounge, 7 pm.

Meeting Athletes in Action. Bible study and discussion. Come learn about growth in the Christian faith in an athletic environment. All welcome. *Kendall Hall, 7 pm.

Film The Commissar (1967). Aleksandr Askoldov, director. A Red Army commander is billeted with a Jewish family when she confronts her unwanted pregnancy. The compassion and spiritual depth of her hosts complicate decisions about the future of her child. In Russian with English subtitles. 101 *Dwight Hall, 7 pm.

Poetry Night for closing of Asian Awareness Month. *Blanchard Campus Center, 7:30 pm.

Meeting Amnesty International. Intercultural Lounge, 202 *Blanchard Campus Center, 7:30 pm.

Meeting College Republicans. 212 *Blanchard Campus Center, 8 pm.

THURSDAY 1

Interfaith Prayer Lunch Eliot House lounge, noon.

Russian Table Private dining room, Abbey Hall, noon.

Maundy Thursday Protestant Worship *Abbey Interfaith chapel, 4 pm.

Roman Catholic Holy Thursday Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. *Abbey Chapel, 5 pm.

Interfaith Dinner and Program "Surviving Grief" with facilitator Nancy Larson. RSVP required, call x2054 or email eliot-rsvp by 10 am on 3/31. Eliot House lounge, 5:30 pm.

Film Nosferatu: Symphony of Horrors (1922). Friedrich Murnau, director. 109 *Ciruti Center, 7:15 pm.

WASH Event "Just Fun Reflections by Lower Lake." A time to share, a time to heal, a time to listen. Come to the reflect on what the events of this week have meant to you. Relax, listen to the Nice Shoes, warm yourself by the fire, and please bring any poems, pieces, or words you would like to share. (Rain location, North Rocky Hall sunroom.) Lower Lake Fireplace, 8:30 pm.

The Ratt Sponsored by the Network Program Board. *Blanchard Campus Center, 10:30 pm.

FRIDAY 2

Office Hours with president Joanne Creighton. *Mary Lyon Hall, 9:30 am.

Lunch Meeting SPS (Society of Physics Students). Dining room, *MacGregor Hall, noon.

Table de Francais. Dejeunons ensemble dans une ambiance detendue. Venez nombreux! Private dining room, Abbey Hall, noon.

Lunch followed by Jumma prayer. RSVP required, call x2054 or email eliot-rsvp by 10 am on 4/1. Eliot House lounge, noon.

Good Friday Hour of Prayer *Abbey Interfaith chapel, noon.

Good Friday Roman Catholic Remembrance of the Lord's Passion. *Abbey Chapel, 4:30 pm.

Shabbat Candle Lighting Eliot House lounge, 5 pm.

Film Thelma and Louise. Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis take a road trip in Ridley Scott's film combining women's rights and exploding trucks. Admission $2. *Gamble Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:30 pm.

Meeting Intervarsity Christian fellowship. Eliot House, 7:45 pm.

Something Every Friday Swing Dance Workshop. Sponsored by The Network Program Board. *Blanchard Campus Center, 8 pm.

Rock the Delles A Cappella Jam. Admission $3, $2 with MHC ID. Living room, *North Mandelle Hall, 8 pm.

Swing Dance Workshop Sponsored by the Network. *Blanchard Campus Center, 8 pm.

April in Paris Concert The Mount Holyoke Baroque Ensemble performs its annual concert featuring Couperin's Le con de Tenebre and music by Marais, Telemann and Hotteterre. Robert Eisenstein, violin; Adrianne Greenbaum, traverso; Linda Laderach, violin; Larry Schipull, harpsichord; and guest artist Mara Bonde, soprano. Pratt Auditorium, 8 pm.

Spring Fling Dance with DJ. Sponsored by South Mandelle Hall. Admission $3. Living room, South Mandelle Hall, 10 pm.


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