News & Events
News & Events
The College is launching its fourth annual, one-day fundraising campaign, #ADAY4U, on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Karen Liberman Smith ’87, senior vice president at Olympus Scientific Solutions, will speak on Monday, Feb. 20, during common lunch in the Nott Memorial.
With a cast of 26 women, this year’s Winter Dance Concert, Beyond Steps, is designed to promote diverse perspectives on the female experience.
As part of the international V-Day movement, students will stage three performances of “The Vagina Monologues,” noted playwright Eve Ensler’s groundbreaking play about the female experience, in Old Chapel this weekend.
Nearly 6,700 vying to join Class of 2021
For the sixth straight year, the Kenney Community Center is sponsoring Random Acts of Kindness Week
A series of events, including concerts, exhibits and a formal ball, are scheduled in the coming weeks in honor of Black History Month.
Grant from National Endowment for the Humanities will allow Morris to continue work on book about Hurricane Camille
The event commemorates the 222nd anniversary of the College’s charter
The exhibit offers a striking look at the wonders of the natural world.
Union contributed $322.5 million to area economy in 2015 according to report by the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities