The Hampshire College Chorus presents a delightfully eclectic Spring concert of music from around the globe, including many student solos and featuring several student groups. Reception following the concert. See you there!!!
Please join us as we celebrate Constance Valis Hill's Retirement Dance Celebration with a Dance Concert by Five College Faculty at 4:00pm in the Music and Dance building. This will be followed by a "sweet" reception in the lobby.
Lina Apte, Berit Brown, Kendra Clemenzi, April Crowley, Xander Davenport, Quincy Dean-Slobod,
Eliza Donahue, Izzy Hagerup, Erin Hancock, Campbell Holder, ZoŽ Langsdale, Matthew McGowan, Riley Miller, Syry Mitchell, Sean Seid, Carlos Sevilla, Irene Tournas, and Sara Webber.
Come join the Hampshire College Equestrian Team celebrate this year's hard work and victories, including one of our riders who is going all the way to the IHSA Nationals! This event is open to the community, so stop by if you want to meet the team and have any questions you may have answered! There will be food provided. Sunday April 30 at 6pm.
The Arts Block is the newest edition to Western Mass' booming music scene; a cutting edge, multi-venue performance center located in the heart of Greenfield, MA. They present music and the arts in an accessible, compelling and hospitable manner to the benefit of the social and economic well-being of our community. They pride themselves in hiring the brightest, most ambitious team members. Join them in growing The Arts Block into the premiere destination for local and national acts alike.
They are offering 3 summer internships - come chat with Streeter Elliott, the Team Manager at The Arts Block, on campus on Tues. May 2, library lobby, 1-3 pm.
You're invited to the final CBD Student Group of the year. We'll say goodbye to our stalwart and much beloved student leaders, Grusha & Meghan, celebrate our Div IIIs and grantees, eat food from Ginger Garden & have cake & pie!
Please come to any or all of the evening that you can.
And please spread the word! All are welcome!
Vegetarian, vegan & gluten-free dinner and dessert options.
For the fifth time in recent memory, the Nantucket Drama Company is thrilled to present an original production by acclaimed playwright, director, dramaturg, and all-around great guy E.J. Wickets.
This devised theater piece features live lights, sound, and curtains, and will last around forty-five minutes. But no promises. This is totally not a comedy improv show.
Visit the Nantucket Drama Company's social media pages!
Boston's 17th Annual Diversity Employment Day Career Fair is Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at the Wyndham Boston at Beacon Hill (5 Blossom Street, Boston, MA 02114) from 11 AM - 3 PM.
Over 50+ Boston's major employers like: Digital Prospectors, Marriott, Cambridge Savings Bank, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, CBS TV & RADIO Boston, P3I Incorporated, Franciscan Children's, MIT, Merrill Lynch, Acushnet Golf, Travelers Insurance, DoubleTree by Hilton, Ameriprise Financials and MANY more with hundreds of jobs and career positions from entry to professional level, will be hiring.
Admission for candidates is FREE and Open to the PUBLIC! Bring plenty of resumes and business attire is required.
Come to The Bridge between 11p.m. -1a.m. to test out new late-night food options on campus! The Food Systems Collaborative is offering various late-night options during April and May to see what community members want to eat. Stop by to enjoy some chicken and waffles or sorullitos de maiz (vegetarian) and tell us how you think we can help improve Hampshire's food system.
Chicken and Waffles ($5)
Sorullitos de maiz (vegetarian) ($3)
Come see alumni band bird.bird perform at the Red Barn with opening acts Blood Mobile and Owen Nied & Sam Shaffery! Following the performance, bird.bird band members will speak about being a professional musician after attending Hampshire College.
The evening's line up is:
8:30-9pm: Blood Mobile
9-9:45pm: Owen Nied & Sam Shaffery
Sam Shaffery's Music:
Owen Nied's Music
11:30pm-Midnight: Talkback with bird.bird band members
Come travel 12,000 miles by car across the United States, visiting intentional living communities, communes, ecovillages, and other unusual places and people along the way. Leftover from the hippy movements, these places each attempt, in their own way, to depart from typical ways of life, attracting some of the most alternative, disaffected, curious, and lonesome of Americans to their doors. Come on an 80-minute summer road trip, and meet these characters who, like all of us, are simply searching for a place to belong.
THURS MAY 4
SAT MAY 6
SUN MAY 7
(friday's show has been cancelled due to rain)
There will be a 6:00pm and 8:30pm performance each night
(rain date - Sun May 7)
Admission is FREE but please reserve TICKETS: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2935813
Experience Shakespeare's classic, recontextualized and deconstructed in real time. You are free to wander through an immersive installation of parallel timelines and interconnected stories, kings and fairies, lovers and fools, dancers and musicians. Hike the woods by lantern light, led by fairies through the magic of this ephemeral world.
A meditation on possessive love, chaos and order, the voice of nature, the blurry line between comedy and darkness, and the limits of perspective.
PLEASE NOTE: This event entails walking through the forest at night on hiking trails which are subject to natural conditions. Sturdy footwear and rugged clothing recommended. If you have concerns about mobility or accessibility, please contact us so that accommodations may be made.
CONTENT WARNING: Strong language, sexual themes, special effects lighting, loud noises, herbal cigarettes, the spooky night woods.
Come binge watch Couch Girls, a YouTube talk show created by DIV III student, Victoria Lucia. Food and drinks will be served!
Couch Girls is a Meta Web Series that follows two millennial roommates as they attempt to launch their own talk show, only to have real life get in their way.
Monday, May 8, 1-2
Planning for Graduate School for 2018 or Beyond
Facilitated by Carin Rank, CORC Director and Grad School Advisor
Are you considering grad school in your future? Learn about the process, including:
-†††††timelines for applications and how to plan your application cycle
-†††† what you could do before you leave campus
-†††† tips for writing the personal statement
- how to be considered for fellowships and assistantships
Tuesday, May 9, 1-2:15
Strategies to Best Utilize LinkedIn and Hampshire Alumni for a Successful Job Search
Facilitated by Stephanie Brown 08F, a LinkedIn Superstar and Instructor for Hampshire's Summer TESOL course; with guest speaker, Melissa Mills-Dick, 01F, Director of Alumni and Family Relations
Learn strategies to find and connect with Alumni and to utilize LinkedIn most effectively to:
-†††† put your best foot forward
-†††† learn the ins and outs of utilizing the most effective LinkedIn resource
- learn more about the Hampshire Frogbook Alumni Directory, and how to use it effectively
Applying for a Fulbright as a Div III or as an Alum
Facilitated by Carin Rank, CORC Director and Fulbright Advisor
US citizens can apply to the US Fulbright Student Program for 5 years or so beyond graduation. If you are considering applying and want a review of steps or have not attended an info meeting, this is for you!
Learn about the Fulbright Fellowship, for 9-12 months of funding in over 140 countries, including:
-†††††options for a research or art project, study program or English teaching assistant.
-†††† the Hampshire timeline
- where to start as you're planning your application
- special program that has just opened in Brazil for English teaching
Job Search Strategies
Facilitated by Val Gilman, Career Advisor, Artist, and Coach
Do you hate that question- "What are you going to do after graduation?"
Wherever you are in your thinking about what is next and what you want to do with your life, this workshop will help you:
-†††††clarify your job or career desires and what you might be happy doing
-†††† know how and why to network
- understand some specific tools and strategies to research career paths and job opportunities
- write resumes and cover letters that are directed to a particular opportunity
- learn how CORC can be useful as an alum
OARS is seeking volunteers to help visitors to this year's commencement with accessibility-related needs such as transport via golf cart from parking to seating, lending wheelchairs, ushering around accessible seating and just being a friendly face to answer questions about accessibility at the event.
You will work directly with Aaron Ferguson, the Director of Accessibility Services on the day of the event and do not need any specialized knowledge or experience to help, but you will get a neat t-shirt and a button to designate you as part of team accessibility!
Please contact Aaron directly at email@example.com to volunteer
Learn more about accessibility at commencement here: https://www.hampshire.edu/oars/2017-commencement-accessibility
Let's cram for serenity!
A workshop to gain the tools for balance and resilience in yourself and in your life.
Pull self-awareness out of where stress and self-consciousness have shoved it, and give mindfulness a proper workout.
Wear comfy clothes; bring a towel or yoga mat to lie on, a notebook and your favorite pen/pencil.
Free for Hampshire College community
Light brunch provided
RSVP to Zeffa Kinney by Friday 4pm
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Even those it's finals, you still have to eat!
Come and join us!
Stop by the Dakin/Merrill Pavillion for lunch with Facilities & Grounds Staff to say Thank You! On Monday, May 8th, @ 11:45am. This gathering is a way our community can acknowledge all their hard work maintaining our buildings and keeping the grounds beautiful.
The last peer & community meditation of the semester is going to be held on Thursday May 11th. Please feel welcome to join us!
Join us for one last shred under the solar canopy @ hampshire college, beginning at sundown/8pm there will be FOOD and LOVE and good times to be had by all!
What else have you possibly got goin' on Wednesday at sunset??
(laptop black metal)
Evan David Warner
(singer song writter and shredder)
(dystopic inneffable musings on the grey and technological)
You can of course stay or leave at your own desire.
Activities include board games, arts and crafts, music, dancing, and a movie.
Food: Dinner, Snacks, and Breakfast will be served!
You are invited to FPH - Faculty Lounge this Thursday, May 17th, as School of Critical Social Inquiry presents a showcase of 20 Div III students' final work. The first panel will start the celebration at 10:00 in FPH faculty Lounge. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there to support our graduating students. ...