Monday’s Events

The Smith Calendar, R25, is still down for me, so some important events might be missing. Please forgive us! We mean no harm! And if anyone has been able to get the calendar to work this weekend, email us at


Go to a lecture on sustainable peace in the Middle East to learn about “the interplay between peaceful cooperation and environmental sustainability in Israel and Palestine.” This lecture will be presented by Noam Dolgin in Seelye 106 at 7 pm.

Interested in orgo? Go to the annual Rosenfeld lecture in organic chemistry on “protein design without alpha-amino acids” presented by Alanna Schepartz of Yale University in McConnell 103 at 4:30 pm. Click here for more information.


Concerned about money? Of course you are! Go to the Women and Financial Independence E*Incentives Lunch about entrepreneurship. The owner of Thomson Financial Management, Inc. will be speaking about “the specific rewards and challenges of owning a business.” Lunch will be provided for the first 20 attendees. Click here for more information. This will be from 12-1 pm in CC 102.


Just who is that elusive woman behind the bureaucracy? Drop into Open Hour with the president to express concerns about Smith or just to chat with Carol Christ from 4-5 pm in College Hall 201.

Major Presentations

The presentations of majors and minors are starting Monday with Afro-American Studies and East Asian Languages and Culture. Afro-American studies will be in CC 103 at 12 pm. Food will be provided. East Asian Lang will be at 4:30 pm in Seelye 207 with “light refreshments.” Click here for more information.


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