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Friday, November 1, 2019

Fri, Nov 1, 2019

2020 Summer Science and Math Path To Research Forum

1:45 pm - 4:00 pm Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall

Attention First-Years and Sophomores:
Campus resources for summer science and math research opportunities are abundant at Amherst College! Join us for a dynamic forum on summer possibilities. Many positions are paid or provide living accommodations.
Sign up: https://forms.gle/3ZghhQtnjxirPhsy6
Sponsored by the Offices of Global Education, Community Engagement, Science Center, Loeb Center, and Writing Center.
If you have any questions contact sbuhl@amherst.edu (Sarah Mattison-Buhl).

Registration Required
Illustration of vocalist Chris Humphrey

Family Weekend: Amherst College Jazz Ensemble Concert

The Amherst College Jazz Ensemble presents its Family Weekend Concert. The show is FREE and open to the public. Donations to the Amherst Survival Center will be collected.

Featured Vocalist Chris Humphrey joins the ACJE and its director Bruce Diehl to present music by Frank Sinatra and Cab Calloway. Music by Fred Sturm, Lennie Niehaus, Count Basie and others rounds out the set list.

Event poster with an illustration of a woman in profile, crying tears of blood that drip down into her red dress

"Medea"

The Department of Theater and Dance presents Medea by Euripides, in a version by Ben Power. This new production blurs the lines between theater, film and reality. Conceived by Maki Ybarra-Young '20, who plays the title role, and director Ron Bashford, the show imagines Medea as one of the strong and dangerous women of the Golden Age of Hollywood. But is she who she seems? Or the more vulnerable actor underneath? Come explore the iconic Greek character as she navigates her role as a woman and an immigrant through the “cinematic lens” of our own history.

Starring an all-student cast: Grace Davenport, Nicholas Govus, Rory Hartblay, Sam Hood, Sterling Kee, Aylin Kim, Navie Kim, Lena Lamer, Sylvie Mahoro, Eli Maierson, Rowan Muzzy, Teo Ruskov, Lorelle Sang, Julian Schauffler and Maki Ybarra-Young.

Scenic design by Lauren Thompson, costume design by Lorelei Dietz, lighting design by Sophina Flores and sound design by Alistair Edwards.

Tickets are free and available to the public. For reservations, call (413) 542-2277.