Hampfest is Hampshire College's student activities fair, held at the beginning of each semester. It is an occasion for student groups to present themselves to the wider Hampshire community and to involve members of the community in their organizations. Delicious snacks and good music are provided, and it provides a great opportunity to pick up information from and connect with organizers of our on-campus student groups. All students are welcomed and encouraged to attend.
A full list of all 2016-2017 recognized student groups can be found here: https://hampshire.collegiatelink.net/organizations.
Want to showcase your work? Are you working on a project? Do you want to share an idea you've been working on? Do you have a musical talent you want to share?
To kick off the semester, come to the Open Mic Night hosted by the Campus Leadership and Activities Office! There will be pizza, snacks and friends!
Email Brooke at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up to perform!
Purchase tickets for the Can You Hear Us Now conference's keynote speaker at Smith College from the Campus Leadership & Activities office!
Smith Students: Free
5 College Students: $5
Faculty & Staff: $7
Tickets can also be found at Smith College's Office of Student Engagement, or at the door.
Office of Student Engagement Phone (413) 585-2639
Please join the F/P/V community for our first meeting this semester! This community event is a chance to learn about the program, classes, clubs, screenings, and important announcements from the film/photo/video program.
Great chance to meet faculty, professors, and other students in the program. Hear about screening series, meet other media makers, and learn about the program for the 2017 year.
Pizza is guaranteed.
We are meeting Thursday February 2nd, 5:15pm-6:15pm in room 131 of the Jerome Liebling Center
Join us, students and faculty, for lunch with the Eagle Eye Institute this coming Friday to learn about internship opportunities and more, for all those interested in Outdoor, Experiential Learning, Youth and Community Empowerment and Environmental Justice. RSVP, please @ bit.do/eagle-eye-institute-lunch. For more information on the Eagle Eye Institute and what they do, visit http://eagleeyei.org/sample-page/
The Hampshire College Dance Program presents a compelling evening of dance in its annual Winter Dance Concert on February 2-4, 2017 at 8pm in the Main Dance Studio Theater.
In this richly varied concert, student choreography created in a Hampshire dance composition course is presented alongside faculty and guest work. In each of the brief dances within the show, student performers skillfully invite the audience to witness the result of a creative process that occurred over the past several months. Choreographers incorporate text, sound, and video to create multimedia landscapes in which the dancers question self and the world. The Hampshire Dance Program invites you to witness this exciting presentation of movement and creativity.
Don't miss this thought-provoking evening of dance. Reservations are recommended and may be made by calling (413) 559-5889 or emailing HampDanceReservations@gmail.com beginning February 10. Ticket prices are $10.00 for general admission and $5.00 for students and seniors. Handicapped Accessible.