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Indigenous People’s Day | Classes in session, administrative offices open

Bennington Campus
Cultural Studies and Language Series—Fall 2019

Italy in Bennington: Locals Tell the Stories that Connect Them to the Bel Paese.

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The intent of this roundtable is to connect students of Italian to a few Benningtonians who are directly and deeply involved with Italian culture.

Staff, Faculty, and Students Running Group

Flagpole (in front of Barn)

Interested in running? We invite any staff, faculty, and students who are runners, want to be runners, or simply want to get outside in the morning to join us for a running group.

Introduction to Mediation | Session 1

CAPA Faculty Lounge

FACULTY AND STAFF | The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, in collaboration with CAPA and the Office of the President will offer multiple training sessions for faculty and staff on conflict resolution this fall and also in the spring term. A second session is offered on October 16.

Poetry at Bennington—Fall 2019

Master Class: Anne Waldman

East Academic Center, Classroom 1

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Master Class with Anne Waldman: “In the Poetics Rhizome"

Poetry at Bennington—Fall 2019

Anne Waldman In Conversation with Michael Dumanis

Commons 326

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Grab lunch in the Dining Hall and join Michael Dumanis in a Q&A with visiting poet Anne Waldman.

Yoga for Staff and Faculty

Meyer Recreation Barn

Stress reduction and relaxation!

DIVE IN Discussions

Commons 250

Make time and space to dialogue with colleagues where openness and exploration will be encouraged. This week's subject is: "Challenges of Being a Low-Income College Student." 

Introduction to Mediation | Session 2

CAPA Faculty Lounge

FACULTY AND STAFF | The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, in collaboration with CAPA and the Office of the President will offer multiple training sessions for faculty and staff on conflict resolution this fall and also in the spring term.

Reading: Anne Waldman '66 Poetry at Bennington—Fall 2019

Reading: Anne Waldman '66

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Poetry reading and book signing with Anne Waldman '66.

Forbes Library Writer in Residence Reading: Anna Maria Hong

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The Forbes Library Writer in Residence Reading Series, "Our Work And Why We Do It" will feature these three wonderful writers: Leslie Marie Aguilar, Anna Maria Hong, and Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint.

First seven-week classes end—all classes meet

Bennington Campus

Long Weekend—No classes

Bennington Campus

Brattleboro Literary Festival Reading: Anna Maria Hong

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The 18th annual Brattleboro Literary Festival will take place October 17-20. The theme of the 2019 festival is Identity: personal identity, cultural identity and our identity as a country.

Author Cheryl Suchors and Tick/Lyme Conversation

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | An afternoon of hiking, learning and community featuring Cheryl Suchors.