We hope that everyone enjoyed their Pinwheel Day! Student Council will be reaching out soon with information on Spring Elections, so start thinking about whether you are interested in running. Also, feel free to reach out to any of the representatives with questions or comments. Have a great week!
4:30-6:00: Scales of Difference: Competing Temporalities in Indian Law Conflicts
4:30-6:00: Songs from the Stellar Graveyard: Probing the Cosmos in Gravitational Waves
6:00-7:00: College Funded Internship Orientation
4:45-6:45: Middlebury Language Schools Information Session
4:00: Women’s Tennis
4:30-6:00: Payback: Rethinking the Terms of Field-Based Research
6:00-7:00: Fulbright Info Session
7:00: Women’s Lacrosse
7:00-8:30: Crossing Borders Performance Show
7:00-9:00: Distinguished Visitor Sam Green, independent filmmaker
4:00-6:30: “How fast does a city recover from destruction? A new view of the creation of the Severe Style”
10:00: Women and Men’s Tennis
12:00: Women’s Lacrosse
3:00: Men’s Lacrosse
2:00-4:30: Nature and Life: Three Perspectives
Major Declaration Party!
Come celebrate the sophomore class as they declare their majors! Join us for a celebratory dinner and also get the chance to meet other students who recently declared in your major and faculty members from your department. When: April 20th at 6:00 PM, Where: Campus Center 313, Who: Open to all students but priority registration to sophomores/faculty. Dinner will be provided! 150 spots available, first-come, first-serve RSVP Form: https://goo.gl/forms/VOzzmfILIXvE2xlf2
THE WEATHER UNDERGROUND
Screening and Conversation with Filmmaker Sam Green, Thursday, April 19 7 p.m. VCAM Screening Room, Haverford College. Fueled by outrage over racism and the Vietnam War, the Weather Underground waged a low-level war against the government throughout much of the 1970s—bombing the Capitol building, breaking Timothy Leary out of prison, and evading one of the largest FBI manhunts in history. The Weather Underground is a feature-length documentary that explores the rise and fall of this radical movement, as former members speak candidly about the idealistic passion that drove them to “bring the war home.” Sam Green is a documentary filmmaker. He’s made many movies including most recently A Thousand Thoughts, a live cinematic collaboration with the Kronos Quartet. Sam’s documentary The Weather Underground was nominated for an Academy Award and included in the 2004 Whitney Biennial. Free and open to the public.
Beyond the Grassroots: Participatory Ecology and Political Praxis
2018 Mellon Symposium “Doing politics and doing science at the human-environment edge.”Organized by Rafter Sass Ferguson. Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow; Friday, April 20, 2018 VCAM 201 Haverford College. Participatory ecology refers to a kind of grassroots movement and to a kind research. As practice, participatory ecology can be a form of politics or a flight from politics. As research, participatory ecology can serve communities and movements, or extract value from them in the service of others. This symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, and movement activists, each of whom defy easy categorization. We will use this unique forum as an opportunity to hash out the ways in which our visions for collective liberation can be realized in the strategies and practices of our movements and movement-embedded research. Sponsored by the John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities https://www.haverford.edu/hcah/events/center/beyond-the-grassroots All events in VCAM 201 unless otherwise noted. Art by Chloe Wang
/shift/ dance company & Bounce
Spring Student Dance Concert is a showcase featuring the talent of dance groups from within the Bi-Co. Co-hosted by Bounce and /shift/ dance company, the show is completely student-run and free of charge. This year, we’re excited to present Bounce, /shift/ dance company, Choom Boom, Afreen, Pulso Latino, Mayuri and W-KAP onstage for a performance you won’t want to miss! This Saturday, April 21: doors open at 5:45pm at Marshall Auditorium, and the show starts at 6:15pm!
Healthy Mind/Healthy Body:
Thursday 5-6 p.m. MCC Food as Fuel: A Catered Dinner Conversation with Nutritionist Natalie Zaparzynski Learn about nutritional choices that can help to fuel the final stretch of the semester. Dinner will be catered by Zoe’s Kitchen. RSVP and share dietary restrictions to firstname.lastname@example.org The Science Behind Better Sleep and Stress Management: A Catered Lunch Discussion Friday April 20th 12:30-1:30 Stokes 102 Come learn from a range of panelists about strategies to improve sleep and manage stress. RSVP and share dietary restrictions to email@example.com
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