Free Events This Week

Free Events This Week: April 19-April 23

Tuesday April 19

  • Josep N. Santaeulalia Talk: Catalan Culture (in Spanish and Catalan, with possible translation): 12pm-2pm, Herter 301
  • Tuesday STEM Talk: “A Shared Vision for Learning“: 4pm, Hasbrouck 138
  • Lecture: “Down Syndrome and the Right to Be Born” (Sponsored by UMass Students for Life): 5pm, CC 101
  • GWN Yoga Group: 5:30-7pm, CC 904-908
  • Evenings at the Mead: 8pm, Mead Art Museum, Amherst College
Wednesday April 20
  • Social Justice Education Brown Bag Talk: “Reading for Social Justice and Diversity and Teaching for Social Justice and Diversity” A Talk with Maurianne Adams and Ximena Zuniga: 11:30am-1pm, Wilder 1st Floor
  • Feinberg Family Distinguished Lecture Series: A Talk by Robert A. Weiner: “Drugs in Sport — A Sordid History, Now Being Corrected”: 12:20pm, Hasbrouch 126
  • GWN Writing Group: 4pm-8pm, CC 905-909
  • “The Border Crossed Us: In Conversation”: a talk about public art practices, 4:45pm, UMass Studio Art Building, Romo 240
  • “How Citizen Kane is like the Mona Lisa: Moving Definitions of a Work of Art” A Talk by Elizabeth E. Barker: 6:30pm, Student Union Ballroom
  • Pa Negre (Black Bread): A Film (Catalan Culture Week): 6:30pm, Herter 111
  • LGBTQA Open Mic Night7-10 pm, Food For Thought Books, 106 North Pleasant St., Amherst
  • “Hiding”: A Documentary (Sponsored by LiNK, Liberty in North Korea): 8pm, Fayerweather Hall, Amherst College
Thursday April 21
  • Sant Jordi: Book and Day Rose in Catalonia: 11am-1pm, Herter 4th Floor Lounge
  • GWN Writing Group: 4pm-8pm, CC 911-915
  • “The Next Financial Meltdown”: a talk by Simon Johnson of MIT, 4:30pm, Stoddard Auditorium, Smith College
  • A Conversation with Alisa Rosenberg Torres and Sungyoon Choi, author and illustrator of graphic novel American Widow: 5pm, Herter 301
  • “Queer Politics on the Left Side: Sexuality, Power, and Political Economy in India” : a talk by Svati Shah: 5pm, Five College Women’s Research Center, Mount Holyoke College
  • Film: “Gay Days“: a documentary about the emergence of an LGBT community in Israel: 7pm, CC168
  • “Ferien” (“Vacation”): German Film Series: 7:30pm, Stirn Auditorium, Amherst College
Friday April 22
  • PERI Conference: “Digging Out from Crisis and Austerity in Europe and the Unted States”: 9am-5pm, Gordon Hall Conference Room
  • Softball Double Header vs. Syracuse: 2pm: Softball Complex, UMass
  • The Border Crossed Us: Conference/Symposium: 3pm-7pm, Herter 227
  • Baseball vs. Xavier: 3pm, Lorden Field, UMass
  • UPC Late Night Movie: No Strings Attached: 8pm-10pm, Student Union/Cape Cod Lounge
Saturday April 23
  • GSS Soccer Tournament and Family BBQ: 11am-3pm, Mill Valley Park (Amherst)


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