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Campus News & Events

Sustainability comes to the Dolan with solar-powered lighting, LEDs, and synthetic turf

Fall Biology seminars continue Oct. 29

Oct. 20 lecture will look at classic Hollywood musicals

Oct. 20: Medical anthropologist Arthur Kleinman explores the impact of patients’ illness narratives on the art of caregiving

Oct. 22: Explore collaborative work in the early modern and contemporary world

Learn about Clark’s 3/2 engineering program at an info session on Oct. 21

Students: Apply by January 15 for Davis Projects for Peace initiative

LEEP Center hosts Internships 101 on Oct. 21

Come explore your Study Abroad options at Study Abroad 101, Oct. 22

Career Services and LARC co-sponsor Boston job fair, Oct. 24

Political Science presents lecture on financial crisis, the Great Recession, Oct. 23

Nov. 12 Information Meeting for May Term Program in Luxembourg

Strassler Center presents lecture on the Nazi Genocide of the Roma, Oct. 15

Political Science sponsors panel discussion on ‘New Middle East’ – Oct. 29

Women’s Soccer To Host Breast Cancer Awareness Clinic – Monday, October 13

Apply now for Harrington Public Affairs Fellowship

Drying your hands just got better: new energy-efficient air hand dryers on campus

Studying abroad in spring 2015? Apply now for Zenovia Sochor Memorial Award

Monday, Oct. 6: Party on the Patio! Come celebrate the new Alden Quad

Geography holds Fall Kick-Off event, Oct. 8

10 tips to ‘fall’ into sustainability

MINE, solo exhibition by Torkwase Dyson, opens Oct. 8; ‘Sight on Site’ talk is Oct. 9

Oct. 2: Geography speaker series presents lecture on Nepal's Chitwan National Park

 





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Campus News & Events

Sustainability comes to the Dolan with solar-powered lighting, LEDs, and synthetic turf

Fall Biology seminars continue Oct. 29

Oct. 20 lecture will look at classic Hollywood musicals

Oct. 20: Medical anthropologist Arthur Kleinman explores the impact of patients’ illness narratives on the art of caregiving

Oct. 22: Explore collaborative work in the early modern and contemporary world

Learn about Clark’s 3/2 engineering program at an info session on Oct. 21

Students: Apply by January 15 for Davis Projects for Peace initiative

LEEP Center hosts Internships 101 on Oct. 21

Come explore your Study Abroad options at Study Abroad 101, Oct. 22

Career Services and LARC co-sponsor Boston job fair, Oct. 24

Political Science presents lecture on financial crisis, the Great Recession, Oct. 23

Nov. 12 Information Meeting for May Term Program in Luxembourg

Strassler Center presents lecture on the Nazi Genocide of the Roma, Oct. 15

Political Science sponsors panel discussion on ‘New Middle East’ – Oct. 29

Women’s Soccer To Host Breast Cancer Awareness Clinic – Monday, October 13

Apply now for Harrington Public Affairs Fellowship

Drying your hands just got better: new energy-efficient air hand dryers on campus

Studying abroad in spring 2015? Apply now for Zenovia Sochor Memorial Award

Monday, Oct. 6: Party on the Patio! Come celebrate the new Alden Quad

Geography holds Fall Kick-Off event, Oct. 8

10 tips to ‘fall’ into sustainability

MINE, solo exhibition by Torkwase Dyson, opens Oct. 8; ‘Sight on Site’ talk is Oct. 9

Oct. 2: Geography speaker series presents lecture on Nepal's Chitwan National Park