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Public Events

Water Polo State Tournament
Bristol Pool
Open to the Public
Kirner-Johnson 125 Bradford Auditorium
When David Shepard ’62 died this past January, the world of cinema lost a giant in the battle for film preservation: a film historian who was an expert in classic film before film history was an academic field. We celebrate Shepard’s passing with a triad of films that he saw back into distribution, accompanied, live, by the Alloy Orchestra (Terry Donahu...

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Open to the Public
Taylor Science Center G027 Kennedy Auditorium
Join CAB for a special showing of Beauty and the Beast! All are welcome. Free for everyone!

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Withiam Field
Open to the Public
Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Open to the Public
Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Soccer (W) vs. Oswego
Open to the Public
Love Field
Open to the Public
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Join LITS for a webinar exploring publishing opportunities and open access monographs. Representatives from Lever Press (a 54-college consortium including Hamilton), the Association o...

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Open to the Public
Kirner-Johnson 125 Bradford Auditorium
Film screening of Comfort Zone, a documentary with a unique approach to stimulating dialogue about climate change. The film is non-partisan, scientifically rigorous, and fun to watch. It's the story of three ordinary Americans each trying to find their own way to deal with the reality of climate change. It is also the story of how climate chang...

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Open to the Public
Beinecke Display Table 3
We will be tabling to raise awareness about IPV(Intimiate Partner Violence). Our table will have resource packets, info sheets about healthly relationships. 

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Apple & Quill Reading: Slam Poetry Club
Open to the Public
Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Join us for this semester's events:

September 6: Card Catalog Project Workshop with Tina Hall, Jane Springer, Hoa Ngo, and Andrew Rippeon 

September 13: E Zupcich and Paula Weiman

October 4: Martha Redmond and Pat Legates

October 25: An Evening with the Slam Poetry Club

November 29: NaNoWriMo Wrap Up with the Novelists Support Group<...

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Open to the Public
Chapel
Join us for Mass led by celebrant Fr. John Croghan.

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Open to the Public
Kirner-Johnson 125 Bradford Auditorium
Film screening of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. A decade after An Inconvenient Truth brought the climate crisis into the heart of popular culture, comes the riveting and rousing follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution. After the film screening, we will join schools and organizations across the c...

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SpecSpeak with Jim Windolf '86
Open to the Public
Fillius Events Barn Lobby
Jim Windolf '86, editor at The New York Times, presents a discussion as part of the SpecSpeak series.

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Open to the Public
Chapel
Dreamland: America's Opiate Epidemic and How We Got HereSam Quinones, speaker, is a,journalist, storyteller, and acclaimed author of three acclaimed books of narrative nonfiction. His talk is based on his recent award winning book. In 1929, in the blue-collar city of Portsmouth, Ohio, a company built a swimming pool the size of a football field; named D...

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Wellin Kids
Open to the Public
Wellin Museum of Art
Drop in for children's activities and treats. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Most activities are suitable for ages 5-12 years old.

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Volleyball vs. Middlebury
Open to the Public
Margaret Bundy Scott Field House
Volleyball vs. Morrisville
Open to the Public
Margaret Bundy Scott Field House
Withiam Field
Open to the Public
Margaret Bundy Scott Field House
Hamilton Volleyball Tournament

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