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KGB Bar Reading Series: Anna Maria Hong

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Anna Maria Hong will read with Rigoberto González as part of the KGB Bar Reading Series.

Tishman sign Visual Arts Lecture Series (VALS)—Spring 2019

Adams-Tillim Lecture: Chitra Ganesh

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Chitra Ganesh, whose wide-ranging works are focused on the marginalized and excluded figures and narratives in art, history, and literature, will speak as part of the VALS series.

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Literature Evenings—Spring 2019

Reading: Andrea Lawlor

Franklin

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Fiction writer Andrea Lawlor will read as part of the Literature Evening Series.

Public Observing

Stickney Observatory

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Come learn about stars, galaxies, the moon, planets, the night sky, etc. with us!

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Robert H. Woodworth Lecture: Chris German

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | 2018/2019 Robert H. Woodworth Lecture presents Chris German, who will speak on "Hydrothermal Activity in Distant Oceans: Oases for Life on Earth—and Beyond?"

Science Workshop—Spring 2019

The Geo-diversity of Submarine Venting Along Slow Spreading Ridges

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Dr. Chris German of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute will be presenting information on the geo-diversity of submarine venting along slow spreading ridges.

Speak Easy or Speak Hardly: This Is How I Talk

DownCaf

This event is the second workshops in the Sharing is Understanding workshop series. The workshop is focused on confronting language barriers and code-switching.

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Collage #3571 ½: A Schonbeck Experience

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This Music at the Bennington Museum event combines the spirit of Gunnar Schonbeck’s original collaborative productions with fun, hands-on instrument building.

Pakistani Food in Troy

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Mariam Shah ’14, who runs garam garam, a growing food venture devoted to Pakistani cuisine, will host a pop up kitchen in Troy, NY.