Possible Event Locations

Spaces to Consider for Events

There are a variety of spaces and locations available on the campus of Amherst College. When selecting space, consider the building, its proximity to other buildings, its position on campus and its accessibility. Consider the type of audience and anticipated number of participants. Consider what kinds of tables and chairs you will need, in what configurations. In some cases, events are held under tents on campus.

Purpose

Submitted by Douglas E. Weber on Saturday, 2/28/2009, at 2:21 PM

This page is set up to allow people attending the class of 74 reunion to propose and coordinate events outside of the the formal reunion ones. So if someone wanted to do a hike in the Holyoke range, he could propose it here and others who want to attend could use this to coordinate the activity. Have Fun

 

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Heidi Brayman Hackel, "Dumb Eloquence: Chirology on the Shakespearean Stage," April 17, 2007

Renaissance scholar Heidi Brayman Hackel of Oregon State University spoke on “Dumb Eloquence: Chirology on the Shakespearean Stage” at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, in the Babbott Room in the Octagon at Amherst College. Sponsored by the English Department at Amherst College and the Georges Lurcy Lecture Series Fund, the event was free and open to the public.