Events

Wednesday, March 17

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Friday Night Film Series: Landfall, screening

dir. Cecilia Aldorondo, 2020, 93 minutes Contact us for a secure streaming link. On March 19th, 2021, 5pm - post-screening Discussion with Director Cecilia...

Picker Art Gallery Exhibition—EXXIT: Prints for the 21st century

During its 30 years of operation, Manhattan-based alternative art space, Exit Art was a place for underrepresented and outsider artists—including many...

Petrified Wood, polished round, from Arizona

Take a stroll back through time along the edge of The Petrified Woods, an outdoor exhibition of beautifully preserved fossilized wood from trees that grew in...

Open Morning Meditation

Join Chapel House's Assistant Director of Programming, Rodney Agnant '14 for a virtual daily morning meditation. These sessions are open to anyone of any...

March 17, 2021 8:30am
Be YOUR Most Beautiful

A discussion on embracing your natural beauty. Snacks will be provided; please fill out the google form to...

Museum Conversations: Storytelling in Museums

Join Savannah Milton' 21 and Njeri Jennings, for a virtual conversation about how Museums are using storytelling to expand how visitors interact with...

March 17, 2021 12pm
Boxing w/ C.J. Molina

Join C.J. Molina, Asst. Director of Recreation & USA Boxing Instructor for an intro into the "Sweet Science." Classes are completely self paced and include...

Public Health: Healthcare Admin and Policy

As the pandemic continues to ravage the country, public health professionals also continue to work hard to prevent something like this from occuring again in...

March 17, 2021 4:30pm
“Trouble in Paradise”: The historical roots of the public parks crisis, 1750-2020

Douglas K. Reading Lecture: Dr. Katy Layton-Jones,Trouble in Paradise: The historical roots of the public parks crisis, 1750-2020 Public parks occupy a...

March 17, 2021 4:30pm
Art & Art History Lecture: Emory Douglas

To register for this event, please see Registration button in upper right corner. Part three of GRAPHIC LIBERATION; PERSPECTIVES ON IMAGE MAKING AND...

Colgate C Mark

The Writing and Speaking Center will have openings for new peer consultants to begin work next fall. Applications for fall writing consultant positions are...

St. Patrick's Day

Would you like the luck of the Irish?! Well, come on down to Frank Dining Hall for dinner on Wednesday the 17th for some delicious Irish foods and sing a...

Weekly Afternoon & Evening Meditations

Join Matt Swire ‘22, Jack Underhill ’22 of Phi Delta Theta and Chapel House Assistant Director of Programming Rodney J. Agnant ‘14 for virtual weekly...

Yoga w/ Kate Posch

This 50 minute open level yoga class will combine traditional vinyasa flow with functional movement and joint stability work to clear out rigidity and...

Gentle Yoga

Soothing Vinyasa Yoga with Lauren Divronas '23 now PE Credit Eligible. Lauren's yoga sequence includes uplifting music that focuses on calming restoration,...

Wednesday, March 17