Events

Tuesday, April 18

The East Asian "History Problem": Shedding Light on a Dark Past

The East Asian "History Problem":... 2:45pm

Atrocities and war crimes are prevalent in wars, and yet countries find some way to move on from this dark page of history. However, in East Asia, these...

Schapiro Hall, Room 129  
Foreign Peer Effects and STEM Major Choice

Foreign Peer Effects and STEM Major Choice 4pm

Kevin Shih, Assistant Professor at RPI, will present a Political Economy Class of 1960 Scholars seminar, Foreign Peer Effects and STEM Major Choice. A...

Schapiro Hall, 129  
Library Tuesday Tea with Soledad Fox

Library Tuesday Tea with Soledad Fox 4pm

Professor Fox discusses writing her book, Jorge Semprun. The Spaniard who survived the Nazis and conquered Paris. (Sussex Academic Press, 2017). Event...

Sawyer Library, Stetson Reading Room  
"Soldier On" Screening and Panel

"Soldier On" Screening and Panel 7pm

Filmmaker Susan Sipprelle ’80 will screen her new documentary Soldier On: Lifer After Deployment about three women confronting the challenges of readjusting...

Paresky Center, Auditorium  
Classics Pre-registration

Classics Pre-registration 7pm

Come for an evening of desert and conversation with Classics students and faculty. Find out about course offerings for fall 2017 in Classical civilization,...

Hollander Hall, First Floor Lounge  
Saving & Investing Workshop: Milk Your MOOLA

Saving & Investing Workshop: Milk Your MOOLA 7pm

Lisa Lamb, a local Certified Financial Planner, will give advice on how to make your MOOLA work for you!

Schapiro Hall, 129  
Founding Fathers in the Age of Trump

Founding Fathers in the Age of Trump 7:30pm

Join us for a conversation between Joseph J. Ellis, an award-winning author and scholar of American history, and Richard Brookhiser, an American journalist,...

Griffin Hall, Room 3  

Tuesday, April 18