Griffin Hall

844 Main St, Williamstown, MA 01267

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War and Remembrance in Vietnam

War and Remembrance in Vietnam 5/5 2:45pm

Students will examine how Vietnam's twentieth century wars for independence have been remembered, memorialized, and represented by the Vietnamese state, by...

Financial Innovation, Collateral and Investment

Financial Innovation, Collateral and Investment 5/5 4:00pm

Ana Fostel, an associate professor at George Washington University, will present an Economics Class of 1960 Scholars Seminar, Financial Innovation,...

When Do Punishment Institutions Work?

When Do Punishment Institutions Work? 5/6 4:00pm

Professor Sarah Jacobson will present an Economics department seminar, When Do Punishment Institutions Work? A link to the paper, if and when one is...

Ministers at War: Winston Churchill and his War Cabinet

Ministers at War: Winston Churchill and his War... 5/7 7:00pm

Jon Schneer is the modern British historian in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of History, Technology, and Society. In his talk, Schneer will...

Reception for International Studies Concentrators

Reception for International Studies Concentrators 5/12 2:45pm

Please join us in celebrating the end of the academic year with out International Studies Concentrators! In this era of cultural, technological and...

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Silvia Schultermandl

Silvia Schultermandl left a positive review 10/8/2014

a good introduction to her novel

Deborah Brothers

Deborah Brothers left a positive review 10/24/2013

Wonderful

Marybeth Mitts

Marybeth Mitts left a positive review 11/21/2013

Ben Downing made a strong case for his proposed legislation (S1225) and made me think a bit more about how greater investment in state concerns/job creation might be a natural result of such of a divestment plan. I was encouraged to hear that his proposal is phased although I am still uncomfortable with the fiduciary (he didn't like that word very much) risk of divestment given that the funds support state pensions, which are legislatively bound (how does the cosmos enforce this?) to achieve an 8% ROR, year after year.

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Zachary Evans left a negative review 10/19/2011

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Zachary Evans left a positive review 2/22/2012

wonderful!

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