The Seemo Shuttle express service will not doing its regular runs Mount Holyoke and Smith during exam week. There will be one run from Mount Holyoke to Smith on Wednesday, May 4 at 1:05 p.m., and a return trip from Smith to Mount Holyoke at 4:10 p.m.
May 16 keynote address at Museums10 Summit open to the public
Renowned arts educator Patty Bode will discuss the ways museums can engage with their communities and broaden their audiences in the 21st century, in a keynote address at the fourth annual summit of Valley-based collaborative Museums10 on Monday, May 16.
Wednesday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Rooke Theatre, Mount Holyoke
Free and open to the public
April 19, 5 p.m.
Bernie Dallas Room, Goodell Building, UMass Amherst
Free and open to the public
For the first annual Elizabeth Mazzocco Memorial Lecture, Dr. Anthony Newcomb, Emeritus Professor of Music and Italian Studies at the University of California Berkeley, will present on Luzzasco Luzzaschi's Libro terzo di madrigali a cinque voci (Ferrara, 1582): A Mini-canzoniere d'Amore for Duke Alfonso d'Este's new Bride.
Five Colleges, Incorporated announced today that it is pursuing siting its Library Annex at a location in Hatfield, Massachusetts. It has ended its efforts to gain approval of building the Annex on a site on North Maple Street in Hadley.
“Although we are confident of our legal right to build on the Hadley site under the Dover Amendment, we have decided that in order to meet our needs for a completed Annex it would be best to devote our efforts at a different site,” said Neal Abraham, consortium executive director.
Weight restrictions during construction on the Fort River bridge on Route 47 has forced PVTA buses running among Mount Holyoke, Hampshire and Smith colleges to take longer routes, which has meant changes in scheduled arrival and departure times and the elimination of some runs.
Five Colleges to host second annual education dialogue
Monday, March 7, 4:30–7:30 pm
Massachusetts High Performance Green Computing Center
100 Bigelow Street, Holyoke
Five College book launch for The Slave’s Cause: A History of Abolition February 9, 4 – 6 p.m. Bernie Dallas Room, Goodell Hall, UMass Amherst
People around the world are suffering from a proliferation of violent conflicts and social upheavals, and a massive tide of refugees is seeking to escape the violence. At the same time, there is increasing evidence of the impact of climate change on human societies, in the form of droughts, floods, forest fires and coastal erosion.
Steven Tepper at Bezanson Recital Hall, UMass Fine Arts Center, October 2, 7:30 p.m.
A national authority on the value of the arts in American society is bringing his message to the area.
Steven J. Tepper will deliver the lecture “From the Margins to the Center: How Arts and Design Can Transform Universities and Advance Public Life” on October 2, with a question-and-answer session afterwards. This event is free and open to the public.