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11:30a Signer Seminar
6:25p SUPER BOWL SEATTLE SEAHAWKS VS NEW NEGLAND PATRIOTS 6:30 2/1/15 FOOD!!
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3:30p Theatre Board Open House
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12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, Feb. 4 by Vika Gardner, Ph.D., and Salman Hameed, Assoc. Prof., Hampshire College *Explorations of Web 2.0: What's Video Got to Do with the Study of Science and Muslims?* at Noon in the ASH Lobby
7:30p Come to Yoga!
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6p Rape and Mutiny at Fort Jackson, A talk by Professor Crystal Feimster, Thursday, Feb 5, 6pm in ELH
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11:30a American Sign Language EPEC!
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5p THE READER INTEREST MEETING
7p First CLIMAX (newspaper) interest meeting
7:30p Come to Yoga!
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7p Film Screening: Freedom Riders - Part of Black History Month Programming
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11:30a ASL Lunch - First ASL Lunch of the Semester!
12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, Feb. 11 Jonathan Westphal, Visiting Professor of Philosophy *INCOMPATIBILITIES OF COLOURS* at Noon in the ASH Lobby
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12p Come sign the Petition to lower Bridge Cafe food prices
2p Ethics and the Common Good: Workshop Schedule, Thursday Feb. 12
4:30p Ethics and the Common Good: What kind of world do you want to live in?
8p Winter Dance Concert -- Thurs, Fri, Sat 2/12-2/14
8p Winter Dance Concert -- Thurs, Fri, Sat 2/12-2/14
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9a Ethics and the Common Good: Workshops and Panel Discussion Schedule, Friday Feb. 13
12p Three Lies A Day: Carrie Hemenway's Spiritual Journey, Ass't Director of Career Options Resource Center
12p Spiritual Journey Lunch with Carrie Hemenway, CORC Assist. Director
3p Prison Abolition Talk
5:30p Student-Led SHABBAT service + Home-Cooked, Vegeterian Shabbat Dinner
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9p Harvard University Social Enterprise Confernece
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1a the improvising body//instrument-body:: an integrative engagement with sound, silence, & listening
4p EULA BISS READS TODAY
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11:30a ASL Lunch - Atkins & POTLUCK!
12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, Feb. 18 *Lightning Talks by students doing research funded by the Ray and Lorna Coppinger Endowment* at Noon in the ASH Lobby
12p Ash Wednesday!
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4p Info Session: Hampshire Field Courses in May/Summer
5:30p TONIGHT! Singing the Nation into Being: Anthems and the Politics of Black Female Performance, A Race Matters Lecture by Prof. Sonya Donaldson, 2/19, 5:30pm, WLH
7:30p Site Unseen: Incarceration in the U.S
8p Five College Faculty Dance Concert
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5:30p OFF CAMPUS Shabbat Singing Service + Fresh Side Dinner Beforehand! Friday @ The Jewish Community of Amherst (JCA)
7p Film/Video Alum Screening and Q&A
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2p Mixed Nuts Grand Re-opening Party!
6p Hampshire College Brings You PK!
7:30p Five College Choral Festival
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1p UMass Synchronized Skating Team
2p Sex Talk and Tea
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11a Study Abroad at the University of the Arts in London!
5:30p Info Session on Hampshire course in Paris Monday, Feb. 23, 5:30
7:30p CYL Group Meeting!!! Community/Multiple Intelligence
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1a Lunch with alumn Stephanie Brown hear about TESOL
3:30p A Conversation with Stage Management Guest Artist KETA NEWBORN
5p Candidate Talk: Saving the Ethics in Ethics Across the Curriculum
6p Silicon Frogs' Cool and Unusual Games: Guns of Icarus Online
7p INDIA UNDER MODI
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12p CS Wednesday Noon Talk, Feb. 25 by Ira Fay, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Game Design, and Chris Perry, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences: *Word Snack: An Exploration in Collaborative Learning* at Noon in the ASH Auditorium
5p JSU Open Signer Meeting
6p CLPP Student Group Meeting--LOCATION CHANGE
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4p In Our Bodies : Deconstructing Harmful Norms
4:30p Candidate Talk: The Ethics of Anonymity: Foucault, Feminism, and Gender Non-Conforming Prisoners
5p Real Food Challenge Open Meeting
5:30p Hampshire College's Science & Religion Lecture series will be presenting a talk by Nahyan Fancy on February 26th at 5:30pm in the Mail Lecture Hall in FPH.
5:30p Science & Religion Lecture by Nahyan Fancy: Re-examining the Science-Religion Dichotomy in Medieval Islamic Societies February 26 at 5:30pm in MLH
6:30p HCEMS Meet and Greet
6:30p HCEMS Meet and Greet
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4p Health Disparities in the US and #BlackLivesMatter with Dr. Jean Swinney
4p Intimacy with Words: Chewing on the Biblical Portion of the Week
5:30p Student-led Singing Service for Shabbat!
5:30p JOIN THE JSU FOR A SPECIAL EVENING OF exploration, reflection & expression WITH DEB GORLIN! ~~Poetry Shabbat!~~
5:30p POETRY SHABBAT! w/ Deb Gorlin
7p FIVE COLLEGE STUDENT FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL FEB. 27
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