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Women's and Gender Center (WGC) Programming Coordinators Bonnie Drake '17 and Siraj Sindhu '17 collaborate on content for Wednesday's workshop on historic and future feminisms, which will be at 9pm in the Russian and German House (Porter House), in collaboration with the dormitory's resident life staff. The program highlights the relevance of feminism today by engaging the resources and programs offered by the WGC and residential life staff. Other WGC events this week, leading up Sunday - International Women's Day - include Friday's coffee hour (4pm in Keefe), Saturday's spoken word workshop and performance with #DarkMatter, and Sunday's screening of "Daughters of the Dust"
Sunday at 10:45 am

Amherst College Women's Lacrosse celebrates their 14-6 season opener victory over Bates, Saturday afternoon
Saturday at 11:22 pm

Amherst College Men's Hockey Head Coach Jack Arena addresses his team following an impressive 3-0 win over Middlebury in the NESCAC Championship quarterfinal game. Amherst College will host the semifinal and NESCAC Championship games next weekend
Saturday at 4:29 pm

Donna and Marlin (not pictured) Salmon, the parents of women's ice hockey senior forward Tori Salmon, host a tailgate benefit in the parking lot of Orr Ice Rink to raise money for the wife of Play by Play announcer Hugh Campbell, who is presently battling breast cancer. The chicken and beef chowder being served has been a tailgating staple at Amherst College football games for the past few years, so the notion of bringing it back for Campbell came naturally to the Salmon family. The fire-heated cuisine will be served again, both before and during tonight's Amherst College Women's Ice Hockey playoff game against Colby, which begins at 7pm
February 23 at 11:46 am
Third Annual Pink in the Rink Raises Funds for Local Non-Profit

This year, the Amherst College Women's Ice Hockey team hosted its third annual "Pink in the Rink" game against Connecticut College, rallying both teams to support the Cancer Connection, located in Northampton, Mass., which provides support for local families in their fight against cancer.
February 21 at 1:31 pm

Food is served up at Moore Dormitory, during a Chinese Student Association celebration of the Chinese New Year, which drew close to 50 attendees. The student group also hosts various other events throughout the year, including Asian Night Market, a celebration of the Lunar New Year and a spring semester speaker series
February 19 at 8:48 pm

Calculus II office hours with Prof. Danielle Benedetto gives students an opportunity to not just learn, but be inspired by her teaching
February 19 at 8:40 pm

Nicolaus Copernicus, known primarily for his work as a mathematician and astronomer, and most notably for his version of the heliocentric model, would be 542 years old today. To celebrate this random milestone, a photo of a student reflected in circle-shaped wall art at the Olds Mathematics Library