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Staff Appreciation at Roz's Cafe

Commons

Celebrate the opening of Roz's Cafe and newest staff "perk" of free daily coffee.

Translators Without Borders: Language as a Means of Survival in Humanitarian Crisis

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | What happens when no one who might help you speaks your language?

Retirement Planning Workshop

Barn 245

This retirement planning workshop, Within Reach: Transitioning from Career to Retirement, hosted by TIAA, will focus on a range of important topics such as retirement income, estate planning, taxes and more. Registration is not required.

Drama Forum

VAPA D207

Drama Forum will host an Information Session for students interested in finding out more about the Lortel FWT Fellowship—with Dina Janis and previous Lortel Fellowship Recipients. The program will be discussed and the application process.

Extinction Rebellion Presents

VAPA Margot Tenney Theater

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Extinction Rebellion presenters are coming to give a presentation about the riveting UK-founded grassroots movement which has been growing internationally as an immediate response to October 2018 Climate Crisis reports.

VALS—Fall 2019

Cosmo Whyte '05

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO PUBLIC | Cosmo Whyte '05 (b. 1982) is a Jamaican-born transdisciplinary artist. His practice includes drawing, performance, and sculpture, and “explores how notions of identity are disrupted by migration.”

End of drop registration period for full term and first 7 week courses

Bennington Campus

Last day to request letter grades

Bennington Campus
Public Policy Forum @ CAPA—Fall 2019

Protecting Our Ponds, Lakes, Rivers, and Drinking Water

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us for a conversation with Jared Carpenter, Water Protection Advocate, Lake Champlain Association; Jon Groveman, Policy and Water Program Director, Vermont Natural Resources Center; Peter Lowell, Founder, Lakes Environmental Association (Maine).

Bennington Climate Strike

Flagpole (in front of Barn)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The Bennington Climate Strike is part of the Global Climate Strike to declare a climate emergency and end fossil fuel usage.

Science Workshop—Fall 2019

What Part of •NO Don’t You Understand?

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO PUBLIC | Susan M. Mitroka, Ph. D., an associate professor from Worchester State University, will be joining us to discuss What Part of •NO Don’t You Understand?: The Chemistry of Nitric Oxide Derivatives and Their Pharmacological Properties.