Monday April 11:
- “Through the Other Side of the Magnifying Glass: Ritual Landscape of Teotihuaca,” A Lecture by Peter Jiminez Betts, Campus Center 1001, 3:30pm.
- “MFA Thesis Quest,” Opening Exhibit, Steve Snell, Herter Art Gallery, 4pm-6pm.
- “AHEYM: Archives of Historical and Ethnographic Jewish Memories,” A Documentary. Smith College Campus Center Carroll Room, 4:30pm-6pm.
- “Dinner on Us: Workshops for Families With Young Children: How to Talk So Kids Will Listen.” Student Union. 5:30pm-7:30pm.
- Out at the Office: GLBT Issues in the Workplace. GEO + SLSO. Campus Center 917. 7pm-8:30pm.
- “Divan,” A Documentary. Smith College Campus Center Carroll Room, 7:30pm-9:30pm.
Tuesday April 12:
- “Where Do We Stand on Global Warming?” A Lecture By Ray Bradley. Hasbrouck 138. 4pm.
- “Speaking Truth to Black Power,” A Lecture by Brenda Gayle Plummer. Smith College, Graham Hall, 5pm.
- GWN Yoga Group. Campus Center 904-908. 5:30pm-7pm.
- “Two Spirits,” A Film Screening and Discussion on gender, homosexuality, and American Indian Communities. Wilder Hall, CMASS, 1st Floor. 7pm.
- A Discussion on U.S. Refugee Resettlement. Mount Holyoke College, Dwight 101. 7pm.
- Edward Hirsch, Poetry Reading. Smith College, Wright Hall, Weinstein Auditorium. 7:30pm.
Wednesday April 13:
- GWN Writing Group. Campus Center 905-909. 4pm-8pm.
- Rare Book Show + Tell with Phil Palmer, UMass Renaissance Center, 650 East Pleasant Street. Amherst. 4pm.
- “Political Change and Youth in the Middle East and North Africa,” A Lecture. Amherst College, Paino Lecture Hall. 4:30pm.
- “Of Earth + Atmosphere,” Kin Carlino BFA Opening Reception. Eastworks Building, Easthampton. 6pm-9pm.
- 6th Annual UMass Amherst Film Festival. Student Union Ballroom. 7pm.
- “Maps of the Sounds of Tokyo,” MA Multicultural Film Festival. Isenberg 137. 7:30pm.
- Linda Pastan Poetry Reading. Amherst Books. 8pm.
- Jazz Lab Ensemble. Bezanson Recital Hall. 8:15pm.
Thursday April 14:
- Marvin D. Rausch Inaugural Lectureship in Organometallic Chemistry. Lederle 1634. 10:45am.
- “In the Heat of the Moment: Staying on Message Amidst Controversy.” Gordon 302-304. Noon.
- “Resiliency: Stressor Controllability + the Medial Prefrontal Cortex,” A Lecture. Campus Center 917. 4pm.
- GWN Writing Group. Campus Center 904-908. 4pm-8pm.
- Literature After Apartheid. Studio Arts Building 240. 4:45pm.
- Panel on HIV/AIDS. Mount Holyoke College. Reese 302. 7:30pm.
Friday April 15:
- “Spindles and Soccer Balls: The Lost History of Soccer in MA.” Feinberg Lecture Series. Herter 231. 3pm.
- “The Battle over Austerity: what caused the fiscal crisis and who should pay?” University Club, Boston Room. 5pm.
- “The Dilemma,” A Film. Cape Cod Lounge. 8pm-10pm.