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5:30p VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of SOCIAL or COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE *CANDIDATE JOB TALK* Monday, Mar. 2 at 5:30 in ASH 111
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1:30p VPFA Community Presentation Cheryl St. Pierre-Sleboda
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12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, March 4 by Daniel Altshuler, Assistant Professor of Semantics, Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf, Germany *Using the present tense to talk about the past and future* at Noon in the ASH Lobby
12p Wednesday Lunch with Zaccho Dance Theatre artistic director and dancers
5p JSU Open Signer Meeting
7:30p DataFest 2015 Information Session Wednesday 3/4 in ASH 111 at 7:30pm
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3p VPFA Community Presentation Lorraine Atwood
5p Applied Ethics Candidate Talk
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4p Intimacy with Words: Chewing on the words of the Torah portion
4:30p Lourdes Ashley Hunter, Trans Women of Color Collective
5p GAB [Guerrilla Arts Brigade] Meeting! FRIDAY, March 6 at 5pm
5:30p Student-led Singing Service for Shabbat!
6p Home-Cooked, Vegeterian Shabbat Dinner
6p Paper City Film Screening
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5p Deaf Gain - Presentation by Dr. Joseph Murray
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12p Leaving Your Leadership Legacy
3p VPFA Community Presentation Shawn Harrington
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6p Spring Jam Community Forum
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10:30a Finding Home - A Div III Sound Installation
12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, March 11 by Jane Couperus, Associate Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience *Learning to Ignore the Obvious: Development of Selective Attention and the Brain* at Noon in the ASH Lobby
1p Wallace Whitney Artist Talk March 11th 1pm Studio 2 Artbarn
3p VPFA Community Presentation Mary McEneany
5:30p Critical Education, Carceral States, and Activist Resistance: Humanizing Parole--An Evening with Don Perry
6p CLPP Student Group Meeting
7p Photographer Pradip Malde Artist Talk
7:30p Dr. Michelle Kisliuk, participatory lecture, Wednesday, March 11th, 7:30 pm, Interacting Bodies, Spaces, and Voices: BaAka Music and Dance and the Central African Rainforest
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1a More Than Words
10:45a Kundalini Yoga
9p Return of the Freaks: CLF Improv Show
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7:30p CYL Group Meeting!!! Experiential Education
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12p Artist Talk-Assistant Professor Of Photography
5:30p Race Matters talk given by Angela Harris, Presumed Incompetent: Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia, Tuesday, March 24, 2015, 5:30pm FPH, Main Lecture Hall
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12p Miriam Kolar, Uncanny Archaeoacoustics: Phantom Instrument Guides at Ancient Chavin de Huantar, Peru
12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, March 25, *Moved to Laughter, Moved to Tears: Using Music to Manipulate Our Moods* by Laura Sizer, Dean of the School of Cognitive Science and Associate Professor of Philosophy at Noon in the ASH Lobby
5:30p VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of SOCIAL or COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE *CANDIDATE JOB TALK* Wednesday, Mar. 25 at 5:30 in ASH 111
8p Rock show at Mixed Nuts Co-op!
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3:30p DIV II & DIV III Workshop Audio & Video tips for field work
7p Five College Multicultural Theatre Committee WORD Festival of staged student readings
7:30p INSIDE DEEP THROAT Screening
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6p "More Than Words" Student Showcase
7p GAB Drum Circle! FRIDAY, MARCH 27 AT 7PM
7p Art Opening
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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 Meredith Twombly Dean of Enrollment and Retention Candidate Community Presentation
1:30p ASK2015: DIY ASK T-shirt Making
4p Eqbal Ahmad Lecture - Black Lives Matter: Indict the System
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8:30a All Staff Meeting Tuesday, March 31 with President Lash
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 There will not be a CS Wednesday Noon talk on April 1 which is Advising Day
5:30p More secrets of the Passover Haggadah - Last learning session before Passover
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1:30p Audrey Tanner Dean of Enrollment and Retention Candidate Community Presentation
5p Save the date: 8th Annual Eric N. Schocket Lecture on Class and Culture
6p Biology: From the Unsocial to the Social Synthesis
6p Save the Date! 4/2/15, Biology: From the Unsocial to the Social Synthesis
7p Anarchism in Vermont and the Origins of America's First Red Scare
8p Serious Cinema Screens 'Micmacs'
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10:30a Ilyasah Shabazz Brunch Time Talk
1p Wearable Technology Workshop
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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