Events

Thursday, March 9

Almost Zero: New Work by Brian Trelegan

Brian Trelegan stops tinkering, for a bit, to show us the results so far of his experiments with software and dated technology in "Almost Zero: New Work by...

Endgame Afghanistan

In conjunction with the Theater of War, the Gaudino Fund presents a photography exhibit by soldier-turned-photographer Ben Brody. Working primarily for the...

Center for Learning in Action Open Office Hours

Every Thursday from 11:30am-1:30pm, the staff from the Center for Learning in Action will be in Paresky to answer your questions, promote a wide variety of...

Sarah Schulman Event for Williams/Bennington Joint Event

The queer activist, novelist, oral historian and essayist Sarah Schulman will screen and discuss the documentary film United in Anger. Then, following a...

Theatre Nohgaku Lecture-Demonstration

Theatre Nohgaku will offer a lecture demonstration titled "Be Here Now: a primer on watching and enjoying Noh." Free and open to the public. No tickets...

Prof. Zachary Wadsworth - Music Faculty Talk

Assistant Professor of Music Zachary Wadsworth hosts this Faculty Talk titled Breaking Eurydice. Zachary Wadsworth will present his recent composition...

Does God Belong in the Liberal Arts?

This year's Veritas forum features Alan White, a non-religious WIlliams Philosopher, and Satyan Devadoss, a Christian Mathematician, on faith, God and...

Hybrid Practice Series: Caroline Woolard

Woolard’s practice occurs at the intersection of art, urbanism, political economy, and critical design. She creates sculptural objects and participatory...

Monumental Politics: The Power of Public Memory in Putin’s Russia

Juliet Johnson, professor of political science at McGill University, will explore in her talk Russia's quest for national identity through the political...

Spoon University Info Session!!!

Is turning vegan a big missed steak? Does not drinking coffee cause a latte of problems? Ever feel like a boiled egg in the morning hard to beat? Can’t we...

Math/Stat Snacks

Take a break from your Thursday night work and come join the Math/Stat Department in the Bronfman Math/Stat Library. Snacks will be served from 9 - 10:00 pm

Thursday, March 9