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Join us this upcoming Wednesday, September 26 at 7 p.m. to play Overcooked!, a chaotic couch co-op cooking game for one to four players. Working as a team, you and your fellow chefs must prepare, cook and serve up a variety of tasty orders before the baying customers storm out in a huff. Come join us for the first playthrough of the year!
All experience levels welcome. The Knowledge Lab is in Seelye B4.
As part of the Presidential Colloquium Series, Nancy Weiss Malkiel ’65 will speak on Wednesday, September 26 at 4 p.m., Campus Center Carroll Room.
A scholar of 20th-century American history, Malkiel is the author of “Keep the Damned Women Out”: The Struggle for Coeducation, a study of the cascade of decisions for coeducation at elite institutions of higher education between 1969 and 1974.
The chilled water shutdown delayed due to unfavorable weather is now scheduled for this Saturday, Sunday and Monday, September 22 through 24.
The chilled water mains passing through Neilson Library must be relocated at this time to continue work on the foundations for the new Library. The shutdown will cut off chilled water to buildings on the distribution system above Neilson Library. It will not impact buildings on the distribution system below Neilson Library.
The temperatures predicted for the weekend look to be cool enough for HVAC systems to utilize natural outside temperatures to keep buildings comfortable. Read more...
Learn about the concentration and meet the faculty, Wednesday, October 10, at 5 p.m. in the Dewey Common Room. Refreshments will be served.
Throughout the summer we enjoy hearing from the fellowship scholars about what they have discovered during their weeks of research. On August 31, Kate Grauvogel, 2018 Friends of the Smith College Libraries Fellowship recipient presented her dissertation research, "A Gendered History of Pathology: Women, Hormones and Blood Clots, 1784-1969."
UPDATE: The weather system and related moisture is moving through the area slower than initially reported, therefore the chilled water shutdown this Wednesday thru Friday is cancelled and will be rescheduled.
The temperatures predicted for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week look to be cool enough for HVAC systems to utilize natural outside temperatures to keep buildings comfortable. Read more...
Just over a year ago, Smith College Special Collections hired Christie Peterson, its first Head of Technical Services for Special Collections, who has spent the past 12 months planning and hiring a team to undertake an unprecedented project called Access to Collections.
For the most part, the sustained disruptive demolition work that we have been experiencing so far this year is a thing of the past. Going forward, there will be some activity in close proximity Hatfield, Wright and Bass from time to time, and Facilities will continue to provide advanced notice as those events are scheduled.
Next up: on Thursday, September 13 there will be a concrete pumper and cement deliveries to the construction site behind Hatfield Hall in the afternoon. The cement truck deliveries will be through the John M. Green gate and the construction access gate near Hatfield, with a concrete pumping truck parked out behind the building. Work will be completed around 3 p.m.
Facilities is working on a review of work completed at the Neilson site over the past summer, and an outline of activities planned through the fall semester. Stay tuned!
Sign-ups starts Monday September 10, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. in person at Young Library, bring your OneCard. Open to all students.
A performance of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata & talk by Jiayan Sun, 5-6 p.m. Josten Library Mezzanine