Campus News & Events

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Earth Week events on Saturday, March 28: Art in the Arboretum; Green Alumni Panel; ‘Trashion’ Show; Earth Hour

Art in the Arboretum Meet in Red Square at 12:30 p.m. Like to draw and enjoy nature? Then come join the Arboretum Advocates for a sketch day in the Arboretum. Bring any materials you’d like or we will supply you with some paper and drawing materials. We will be meeting in red square at 12:30…

Interested in majoring or minoring in IDSC?

Wednesday, April 1 at 2 p.m. Jonas Clark Hall, room 106 Professor Cynthia Caron, International Development and Social Change Undergraduate Program Coordinator, will hold an open advising session for fall 2015 course selection on at 2 p.m. on April 1. Stop by JC106 to learn what fall courses fulfill major and minor requirements! Post expires at…

Friday Earth Week events: Clothing swap, compost plant tour, ‘Growing Cities’ screening

Vote for the Student Sustainability Fund at the Earth Week Info Table 11 – 1 p.m. in the U.C. Find out about the upcoming special election: the much-beloved Student Sustainability Fund is up for referendum, and your vote counts. Like those water bottle filling stations? The electric hand dryers? The recycling and compost bins in the halls…

March 31: ‘Roots of Everything’ explores marine painting in early modern period

New date for this event! Tuesday, March 31 at 5 p.m. | Higgins Lounge at Dana Commons In the early modern period, Britain’s struggle for maritime ascendancy was represented and understood through visual culture. For example, John Pine’s Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords (1739) depicts the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 and…

April 1: Clark alumnus Jay Shapiro ’04 returns to campus for a screening of his documentary “Opposite Field”

Wednesday, April 1 at 7 p.m. Jefferson 320 Jay Shapiro’s journey into a baseball community in Uganda, East Africa reveals an inspiring world of boys and young men playing a familiar game in an unfamiliar place. Bound by their love of baseball, they build a brotherhood that endures against the backdrop of personal tragedy, absent…

Philosophy open house is April 1

Interested in a Philosophy major or minor, or simply taking some classes? Join us at the Philosophy Open House Wednesday, April 1 at 1:30 p.m. Beck Philosophy House Seminar Room 11 Loudon Street Lunch will be served  All are welcome – bring a friend! Post expires at 12:24pm on Thursday April 2nd, 2015

Fourth Annual Practicing Geography Week | March 30 – April 5

Practicing Geography Week 2015: a week of events for students interested in Geography, Global Environmental Studies, and Earth System Science.The School of Geography is happy to announce the schedule of events for this year’s Practicing Geography Week! 2015 marks our fourth year running this week full of career-focused events for undergraduate students interested in Geography,…

Career, Internship & Live Local Fair, April 9 at Worcester Airport

Career, Internship & Live Local Fair sponsored by the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Thursday, April 9 3 to 6 p.m. Worcester Regional Airport.   Explore all the Worcester region has to offer • Discover Internship & Career Opportunities in Massachusetts. • Sample great food from local restaurants. • Hear about cool places to visit…