News and Events
Monthly publication created by the CE Student Advisory Board
The Letter: An
American Town and A Somali Invasion
A Screening of the Award Winning Documentary by
Co-presented by the
Massachusetts Fair Housing.
Blanchard Great Room
Roots of Community Festival: Environment, Equality, and
Presented by Mount Holyoke College environmental studies
majors in collaboration with the Center for the Environment.
Friday, April 28, 2006, 3-7pm (Arbor Day). Skinner Green.
Coffee, Economics, and the Environment:
The Impact of Progressive
Free Trade on Peruvian Coffee Communities.
Hiderico Bocangel, manager of Oro Verde Coffee Cooperative, Lamas,
Peru, and Dean Cycon, owner of Dean’s Beans.
Wednesday, March 29, 4:30pm, Hooker Auditorium
Singer on Environment, Infrastructure, and Aesthetics
Renowned artist and environmental designer Michael Singer stressed
importance of cross-disciplinary collaborations in his March 2 talk
Leadership Fellowship Information Session
Friday, March 3, 12:15pm, Clapp 327.
Creative Process: Environment, Infrastructure and Aesthetics.
A talk by landscape artist, environmental designer Michael Singer.
Thurs. March 2, 7:30pm. Gamble Auditorium.
Un/Natural Intervention: Changed Lands and Transformed Lives.
A Weissman Center event. Co-sponsored by CE.
Thurs. Feb. 23, 7:30pm. Gamble Auditorium.
Million Monitor Drive Awards Ceremony
Thurs. Feb. 9, 8am. Blanchard Campus Center.
Million Monitor Drive Dorm Pizza Parties