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12p Red Barn Folk Festival: A Community Exploration of New England Folklife
4p How to Boil Water: A series
6p ASK Symposium: Mike Brown Rebellion Screening
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1:30p ASK2015: DIY ASK T-shirt Making
4p Eqbal Ahmad Lecture - Black Lives Matter: Indict the System
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9a ASK2015: Sun, Sand, Sex ... and Saving Africa?: The Anthropology of Tourism in Africa, Join a discussion with Professor Rachel Ama Asaa Engmannʼs class
11a ASK2015: Black Womyn Lives MATTER-Experiences from within the Movement (open to people of color)
2p ASK2015: Creative Strategies for Direct Action workshop with Intelligent Mischief (open to people of color)
4p ASK2015: Tues, 3/31, 4pm: Black Trans Lives Matter film screening and discussion with Black Trans Media
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12p ASK2015: The Mike Brown Rebellion: Resistance in Ferguson, Parts IV-VI documentary film screening
12p There will not be a CS Wednesday Noon talk on April 1 which is Advising Day
1p ASK2015: Direct Action Skills Training (open to people of color)
4p ASK 2015: The House I Live In
6:30p ASK2015: Confronting Our Whiteness: Real Talk workshop with Lani Blechman (F04) (open to White-identified people)
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1:30p ASK2015: The Secret Life of Racialized Homelessness: Debunking Myths About Homeless People of Color and the Systems that Place (and Keep) Them There workshop with Picture the Homeless (open to people of color, homeless/formerly homeless people & allies)
3:30p ASK2015: where is the joy? with Joy Collectiveʼs kara lynch, Amy Jordan, Natalie Sowell, and Djola Branner
3:30p DIV II & III Workshop Organizing and Storing your research in Zotero
4p REMINDER! Eric N. Schocket Memorial Lecture by Trebor Scholz, 4PM Thursday April 2, MLH
5p Save the date: 8th Annual Eric N. Schocket Lecture on Class and Culture
6p Save the Date! 4/2/15, Biology: From the Unsocial to the Social Synthesis
6p Biology: From the Unsocial to the Social Synthesis
7p ASK2015: ASK Open Mic (open to Students of Color); Fri, 3 Apr, 7pm Cultural Center
7p Anarchism in Vermont and the Origins of America's First Red Scare
7:30p ASK2015: Voices From Inside: A reading of works created by previously incarcerated women
8p Serious Cinema Screens 'Micmacs'
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10:30a Ilyasah Shabazz Brunch Time Talk
1p Wearable Technology Workshop
2p ASK2015: Theater of the Oppressed workshop with The Quest Project
5p ASK2015: Hands Up: 6 Playwrights, 6 Testaments Stage Reading
8p April Freaks Day!
9p Five College Comedy presents: Hampshire College
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6p Deathfest: Hampshire Semesterly Roleplaying Tournament
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6p March/Vigil/Protest for Political Prisoner Tenzin Delek Rinpoche!
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12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, April 8 by Nic McPhee, Professor of Computer Science, University of Minnesota *Graph Databases: When You Really Need to Know the Friends of Your Friends' Friends' Friends* at Noon in the ASH Lobby
4p Lecture: The Role of the Diaspora in Africa's Resurgence: From Economy to Education
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12p Women in Leadership and Business: Achieving Professional Success as Hampshire Women
3:30p DIV II & III Workshop Presenting your work in Wordpress
7p Geology Presentation: How Earth's orbit affects monsoon rains
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12p American Shamanism and Folk Magic- Spiritual Journey lunch with Khi Armand
12p Meet & Greet w/Feminist Majority Foundations Feminist Campus Team
2p Alumni in the Health Care Field: Public Health Panel
2p Dancing Spirits
3p Civil Liberties and Public Policy's 29th Annual Social and Reproductive Justice Conference
6p Home-Cooked, Vegeterian Shabbat Dinner
7:30p Breaking the Silence an Abortion Speak Out
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8p Sister Outsider Performance!
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2p Alumni in the Health Care Field: Physician Panel 1
3p Five College Ethnomusicology certificate celebration
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12p Implicit Bias and the Gender Gap in STEM Fields
4:30p Milk Not Jails: Towards Prison Abolition and Agricultural Justice
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2:30p Division 3 Creative Writing Reading
2:30p Division 3 Creative Writing Reading
7p Yale Midwifery Event has been CANCELLED
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12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, April 15 by Gwen Bass, *Educational Experiences of Foster Youth in Special Education* at Noon in the ASH Lobby
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3:30p DIV II & III Workshop Using images and Interviews
5p Colonizing and Decolonizing Native America: Re-claiming the American Indian Political Identity
7p Alumni in the Health Care Field: Physician Panel 2
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2p Hampshire College Student Flea Market
2p Annual Blessing of the Animals
7p Psymposia 2015 Conference: Envisioning a Post Prohibition World
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8p BUSNEST: division III by Frances Caperchi and Sophia Philip
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10a Community Garden Work Day!!
7p The Voices in My Head - talk at Mt Holyoke April 16
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8:30a Staff Breakfast with the President and Administrators
4p Hillside Pizza Tasting
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12p Sooa McCormick, Cultivating Auspiciousness: Rulers' Plowing Ritual in China and Korea in the Age of Little Ice
12p There is not a CS Wednesday Lunch Talk April 22 - GO TO HAMPSHIRE'S EARTH DAY EVENTS INSTEAD!
4p Earth Day 2015: Regional Food System Strategies
8:30p To Be Seen and Heard: A Division III by Lucy Hollier
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8:30a Earth Day 2015: Pancake Breakfast!
10:30a Flower Power! - Welcoming Spring with 45 Flowers
3:30p DIV II & III Workshop Archiving your DIV III @ Hampshire
7p Screening The Hunting Ground (2015)
8p Journeys: A Division III Experience/Concert
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5:30a YOGA SHABBAT!! Friday, 5:30
12p Integrative Health Fair: What does WELLNESS mean to you?
12p Integrative Health Fair
12p What does wellness mean to you? Integrative Health Fair
1p Inclusive Education in Our Local Community -a panel
2p FIND | a performative treasure hunt
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2p Spring Jam
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7p Hampshire College Chorus Spring Concert!
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8p The Hampshire College Jazz Improviser's Orchestra Spring Concert
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12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, April 29, *The Phenomenon of ISIS Through the Lens of Cognitive Science: A Panel Discussion* by Neil Stillings, Omar Dahi, Salman Hameed, and James Miller, Hampshire College. Noon in ASH Lobby. Light Lunch provided.
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4:30p AIRPORT LOUNGE OPENING RECEPTION
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