The Russian Table is an opportunity for all interested in conversing in Russian to meet regularly with Russian faculty and students. We'll meet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesdays on the Mezzanine level in Valentine Dining Hall. Russian speakers at all levels are very welcome!
If you are interested in speaking French, or learning about French culture, come and join the French language table. We will meet on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the mezzanine in Valentine Hall. The French language table is open to students, faculty, staff and anyone who is interested in having informal conversations in French. All levels are welcome! We look forward to meeting you.
Please join Stephanie Hockman, Loeb Center program director for careers in business and finance, for a weekly, informal discussion on any of your favorite Wall Street Journal articles. This informal lunch group will meet every Wednesday from noon - 1 p.m. in Terrace Room B on the lower level of Valentine Hall. Grab some lunch and join the discussion!
All students are invited to join international contemporary artist Tatiana Potts for lunch and informal conversation in the Center for International Student Engagement in Keefe Campus Center.
The African American Dance symposium presents: DASAC (Dancing and Stepping at Amherst College) Step Dance Workshop. DASAC is a student-organized dance group that choreographs and performs styles such as hip-hop, break, step and street jazz. The DASAC family is a talented group of dancers, from both Amherst College and the Five College community, who love performing student-choreographed routines. This is event is free and open to all Five College students, faculty, staff and the public.
This event is part of African American Dance: Form, Function and Style!, sponsored by the Amherst College Department of Theater and Dance, Five College Dance, Arts at Amherst Initiative, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Center for Community Engagement, and African and Caribbean Students Union.
Join us for a panel discussion organized by the Amherst Friends of the AAUP (American Association of University Professors), on Wednesday, March 7, at 5 p.m. in Pruyne Lecture Hall (Fayerweather 115). The panelists are Biddy Martin, president, Amherst College; Kevin Weinman, chief financial officer, Amherst College; and Roger Kaufman, professor of economics, Smith College. For further information, please contact the Department of Philosophy at (413) 542-5805. All lectures are free, open to the public and wheelchair-accessible.
Join us to learn how to answer challenging questions and present yourself in a professional manner.
Students who are fulfilling their Amherst Select Internship Program requirements must attend an interviewing workshop. Non-Amherst Select students are welcome to attend!
Curious about how Tatiana Potts constructs worlds with printmaking? Join us to learn more about Potts' artistic practice and experiences. Reception to follow.
Free and open to all!
Following Tatiana Potts’ artist talk, all are invited to join us at the Mead to celebrate the opening of our latest installation of Hall Walls. This year's Hall Walls commission was completed by Potts, with assistance from Five College students, who participated in the Mead's Interterm course.
This event is free and open to all.
Join us for study hours every Wednesday from 10 p.m. to midnight in the Women's and Gender Center, Keefe 211! There will be donuts from Glazed!
During January interterm nine students from Amherst, UMass, Smith, and Mount Holyoke participated in “Adventures in Photography,” an interterm course taught by Joshua Baum and Takudzwa Tapfuma. Over the five-day course, students learned fundamental techniques of digital photography: manual exposure, composition, lighting, and post-production. The class ventured into the field for hands-on excursions to the New England Peace Pagoda, Montague Bookmill and downtown Northampton. The images in this exhibit are a selection of work created during the class.
Thank you to the Department of Art and the History of Art, and the Center for Community Engagement for sponsoring the course, and to Valentine Dining Hall for hosting this exhibition.