ProjectConnect is a peer-led initiative to help build social connection and community on campus. Drop by the weekly ProjectConnect lunch Thursdays from 1-2 p.m. at the Val community table in the front room to meet the peer facilitators and learn more about it, or to get to know students who've been through the program. Sponsored by the Wellness Team and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
A safe space for Five College students who identify along either the asexual or aromantic spectrum, or who are questioning, to share and celebrate their identities. Chocolate fondue and cake will be served. Conversation will focus on a community brainstorm on what an Ace/Aro support group can look like!
Thursday (Valentine’s Day) from 4-5 p.m. at the QRC
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The Department of Russian presents I Am Dragon (ОН-ДРАКОН), a 2015 film directed by Indar Dzhendubaev.
Synopsis: During her wedding ceremony, Princess Mira is snatched by a dragon and is carried away to its lair on a remote island where rescue is impossible. The princess is unharmed and has nothing but a stone cage and a mysterious young man named Arman who finds her food and drink but keeps his distance from her. Who is he, and what's he doing on the island? Is he also the dragon's prisoner?
The movie is in Russian with English subtitles and will be screened at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. The runtime is 110 minutes.
Please join the members of the French House for our annual Open House. In anticipation of applications for French House for the 2019-2020 academic year, come meet current residents, get a sense of the King Hall 2nd floor, and what life is like in French House! Interested prospective residents will have the opportunity to ask questions, see a typical room in French House, and meet some of their prospective co-residents. Refreshments will be served!
Applications are available through the Office of Residential Life's Housing Portal until Thursday, February 21.
Nigel Nicholson (Walter Mintz Professor of Classics and Dean of the Faculty, Reed College) will be giving a talk on the the development of medical ethics by looking at ancient (Greek) and modern examples and ideas. Nigel has just completed, with Dr. Nathan Selden of Oregon Health Sciences University, a book for Oxford University Press, The Rhetoric of Medicine: Contemporary Lessons from Ancient Greece. Refreshments will be served. This talk is sponsored by the Ampersand working group, the Department of Classics, the Corliss Lamont Lecture Fund, the Health Professions Committee, and the Center for Humanistic Inquiry.
This Valentine’s Day, join Amherst Christian Fellowship for an evening of games, snacks and fellowship! Whether you fancy crafting cards or hanging out with friends old and new, there’s something for everyone.
Thursday, February 14, 8 p.m. in the Friedmann Room (2nd Floor, Keefe Campus Center).