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Open Mic Night at Williams!

Mon, February 19th, 2024
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An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Monday, repeating until Mon, March 11th, 2024

Goodrich Hall
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Come to Goodrich for weekly open mic nights hosted by Williams Music Collective! This event is open to the public so invite Williams students, faculty and staff as well as your broader Williamstown community friends. Come and sing, play an instrument, read poetry, do something else on Goodrich stage, or just hangout and watch. Sign up sheet for the night … Continue reading "Open Mic Night at Williams!"

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Fragments and Healing: On Byzantine Art and Disability Studies – Feb. 20 @ 4:15pm, Lawrence 231

Fragments and Healing: On Byzantine Art and Disability Studies – Feb. 20 @ 4:15pm, Lawrence 231

Tue, February 20th, 2024
Lawrence Hall
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Croghan Professor Glenn Peers will deliver his first public lecture of the spring semester on Tuesday, February 20th at 4:15pm in Lawrence Auditorium (231). The lecture is titled “Fragments and Healing: On Byzantine Art and Disability Studies.” Please also mark your calendars for the following Tuesday (same time, same place) for a second lecture titled “Becoming Parrot: Humans and Animals … Continue reading "Fragments and Healing: On Byzantine Art and Disability Studies – Feb. 20 @ 4:15pm, Lawrence 231"

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Williams College French Film Festival 2024: Media Manipulations

Williams College French Film Festival 2024: Media Manipulations

Tue, February 20th, 2024
Images Cinema
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Williams French Film Festival 2024: "Media Manipulations: Three Centuries of Sensationalism & Scandal in New French Film" Join us for 3 fabulous new films from France: Feb 13, 20, 27, at 7PM, Images Cinema. Free, subtitled, & open to all!

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Spring Critical Issues Series – February 20, 27 and March 5, 2024 Hybrid: In person and on Zoom

Tue, February 20th, 2024
Hollander Hall
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Spring Critical Issues Series – February 20, 27 and March 5, 2024 Hybrid: In person and on Zoom Hollander 240 Zoom: Meeting ID: 996 5542 5805, Passcode: 615246   Co sponsored by the Chaplain’s Office’s Protestant Chaplaincy and Interfaith Council Steering Committee. For more information contact Rev. Valerie (vb7) or text 413-517-5364.   February 20 A Palestinian Christian Story: 7:30 … Continue reading "Spring Critical Issues Series – February 20, 27 and March 5, 2024 Hybrid: In person and on Zoom"

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Monte Carlo Simulations for Geometric Probability by Will Confoy ’24 & Gerardo Morales ’24

Wed, February 21st, 2024
Wachenheim Science Center
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Mathematics Colloquium: Monte Carlo Simulations for Geometric Probability by Will Confoy '24 & Gerardo Morales '24, Wednesday February 21, 1:00 - 1:50pm, North Science Building 113, Wachenheim

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Modeling Elections with Google Search Data Using Gaussian Process Regression by Andrew Nachamkin ‘24

Wed, February 21st, 2024
Wachenheim Science Center
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Statistics Colloquium: Modeling Elections with Google Search Data Using Gaussian Process Regression by Andrew Nachamkin ‘24, Wednesday February 21, 1:10 - 1:50pn, North Science Building 015, Wachenheim

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An Evening Honoring Paul Olchváry

Wed, February 21st, 2024
The Williams Bookstore
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Join us for an evening with Paul Olchváry for a reading and discussion of his translation, "Cold Crematorium: Reporting from the Land of Auschwitz," at The Williams Bookstore. This event will take place on February 21, 2024 from 4-5:30PM.

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Catholic Mass in Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament (Basement ) at 5 PM on Wednesday, February 21

Wed, February 21st, 2024
Thompson Memorial Chapel
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Roman Catholic Mass will take place at 5 PM on Wednesday, February 21 in the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament (basement of Thompson Memorial Chapel). Fr. Philip Nolan, O.P. (Williams '13) will be the presider. Fr. Philip is currently the Parochial Vicar of Holy Innocents Church in Pleasantville, New York. All students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus are welcome to attend … Continue reading "Catholic Mass in Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament (Basement ) at 5 PM on Wednesday, February 21"

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Faculty Lecture Series: Chivalry and Alterity at the Renaissance Tournament

Faculty Lecture Series: Chivalry and Alterity at the Renaissance Tournament

Thu, February 22nd, 2024
Lawrence Hall
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In sixteenth-century Europe, princes and nobles donned costumes and masks to impersonate warriors and kings from foreign lands. During this age of European expansion, equestrian tournaments became an activity for imagining and experiencing human difference, both cultural and embodied. If early masked tournaments focused especially on the rivalry between Christians and Muslims, later ones also represented participants from the Americas, … Continue reading "Faculty Lecture Series: Chivalry and Alterity at the Renaissance Tournament"

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Queering Perspectives Festival: YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS

Queering Perspectives Festival: YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS

Thu, February 22nd, 2024
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One event on Fri, February 23rd, 2024 at 7:00pm

CenterStage, ’62 Center
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Your Sexts Are Shit: Older Better Letters is an intimate, funny, filthy, and moving solo show from Rachel Mars that triangulates the sex and love letters of long-dead artists, contemporary sexts, and a meditation on the construction of the queer female body. Come! Take pleasure in James Joyce’s passion for arse, find out who sneaked her gay lover into the … Continue reading "Queering Perspectives Festival: YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS"

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