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Weather Notification

Due to the forecast of heavy snow for the region, the College has canceled all classes after 5:00 p.m. on Monday, January 26. However, any students, faculty, and staff who, because of their particular circumstances, need to leave earlier should do so. As conditions may vary throughout the state, commuters should use their best judgment today in deciding whether or not to travel to campus. 

For Tuesday, January 27, all classes have been canceled. Administrative offices will be closed.

Posted on January 26th, 2015 at 10:23 am

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Fall 2012 Events

Sept. 11: International Film Festival: Terraferma (in Italian with subtitles, discussion with Simona Wright), Library Auditorium, 6:30PM-9:00PM

Sept. 13: Envisioning Europe – Keynote Lecture by Atina Grossman (Cooper Union University): Remapping Death and Survival: Flight, Displacement and International Aid for Jewish refugees during the Holocaust, Mayo Concert Hall, 7:00PM

Sept. 17: Politics Forum with Reed Gusciora — Queer Eye for the Civil Rights Guy (Constitution Day), Library Auditorium, 11:30AM-12:30PM

Sept. 18: Envisioning Europe – Screening of Land of Plenty with discussion by Monica Jacobe, Library Auditorium, 7:00PM

Sept. 20: Close Readings — David Blake and Ben Rifkin on passages from Moby Dick and Anna Karenina, Business Building Lounge, 11:30AM-12:20PM

Sept. 20: Keynote Lecture on Social Justice and the Politics of Dissent in the Muslim World, Omid Safi, University of North Carolina, Library Auditorium, 6:00PM-7:30PM

Sept. 21: Exploring Liberty Speaker Series: Mark J. Cherry (St. Edward’s University), “Why Morality Requires God: The Ultimate Arbitrariness of Secular Ethics,” Science Complex P101, 4:30PM – 6:00PM

Sept. 27: Politics Forum with Terry Epperson and John Oliver — Too Hot to Not Touch: Using Wikipedia Editing Assignments to Foster Information Literacy and Deep Disciplinary Engagement, Library Auditorium, 11:30AM-12:30PM

Sept. 27: Film showing of Repentance with faculty panel discussion following on topic of transition from tyranny to degrees of freedom in Argentina (Adriana Rosman-Askot), China (Qin Shao), Hungary (Judit Kardos), Romania (Andrea Salgian), Russia (Irina Yampolskaya), and Spain (Marimar Huguet-Jerez). Moderator: Ben Rifkin. Library Auditorium, 6:30PM-10:00PM

Oct. 7: Envisioning Europe Film Screening of Blind Sunflowers, Library Auditorium, 2:00PM

Oct. 9: Envisioning Europe Film Screening of Blind Sunflowers, Business School Lounge 7 pm

Oct. 11: Politics Forum with Marilyn Kendrix (U. of New Haven) — The Intersection of Systemic Racism, Mass Incarceration, and Poverty in the US Social, Science Building, room 223, 11:30AM-12:30PM

Oct. 11: Envisioning Europe Lecture by Angel G. Loureiro (Princeton University), “Franco’s Spain: Repression and the Strictures of Thinking,” Business School Lounge 7 pm

Oct. 16: “Languages and Careers” – Mr. John Rendeiro, Jr. (Vice President for Global Security and Intelligence of International SOS Assistance, Inc.), Library Auditorium, 4:00PM

Oct. 18: Politics Forum with Gregory Thielker — India in Flux: Drawing Along the Grand Trunk Road, Social Science Building, room 223, 11:30AM-12:30PM

Oct. 18: International Film Festival: East/West (in Russian and French with subtitles, discussion with Ben Rifkin), Library Auditorium, 6:30PM-9:00PM

Oct. 19: The Arts of Contemporary India – a daylong exploration of Indian art, music, dance, and film, Mayo Concert Hall, 10:30AM-5:30PM

Oct. 19: Exhibition opening – Goddess, Lion, Peasant, Priest: Modern and Contemporary India Art from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, TCNJ Art Gallery, AIMM Building, 5:00PM-7:00PM

Oct. 20: HSS Academic Excellence Awards (for rising seniors)

Oct. 20: Performance by Abhijit Banerjee and TARANG, Mayo Concert Hall, 8:00PM

Oct. 22: Visiting Writers Series: George Saunders (Syracuse University), Mayo Concert Hall, 7:30 pm

Oct. 23: Screening of “Papers” (documentary about immigration) and discussion Anne Galisky (director) and Marisol Conde-Hernandez, (from the New Jersey Dream Act coalition.), Mayo Concert Hall, 7:00PM-10:00PM

Oct. 23: Theocracy and Dissent in Contemporary Iran, Negin Nabavi, Montclair State University, Library Auditorium, 6:30PM-8:00PM

Oct. 24: Bruce Stout and David Holleran, “The Impact of Evidence-Based Practices on Requests for Out-of-Home Placement,” Location TBD, 1:00PM

Oct. 25: Close Readings — Diane Steinberg on Michael Drayton’s poem “Idea LXI,” Business Building Lounge, 11:30AM-12:20PM

Nov. 1: Close Readings — Jo Carney on the Fairy Tale Tradition, Business Building Lounge, 11:30AM-12:20PM

Nov. 2-3: Exploring Liberty Student Seminar: “Morality and Capitalism, Social Science Building, rooms 223, 225, 226 & 227 (Nov. 2, 5:00 -10:00PM; Nov. 3, 9:00AM – 9:00PM )

Nov. 8: Politics Forum: Post-Elections Panel Discussion with Professors Koch, Fair, and Bowen, Library Auditorium, 11:30 – 12:30

Nov 8: Guest Lecturer Dr. Kassahun Checole,”Roots of Current Political Instability in Africa,” New Education Building, Room 113, 12:30 to 1:50 pm

Nov. 8: Lecture on the Politics of Dissent and the Prospects for Political Change in Afghanistan by Amin Tarzi, Marine Corps University, Library Auditorium, 6:00PM-7:30PM

Nov. 15: Politics Forum with Elizabeth Borland — Age Composition and Generational Dynamics in Social Movements: Lessons from the Feminist Movement in Buenos Aires, Social Science Building, room 223, 11:30AM-12:30PM

Nov. 15: International Film Festival: The Lives of Others (in German with subtitles, discussion by Karen Fenner), Library Auditorium, 6:30PM-9:00PM

Nov. 24: Envisioning Europe Screening of Edge of Heaven, Library Auditorium, 7:00PM

Nov. 26: Envisioning Europe Screening of Edge of Heaven, Library Auditorium, 7:00PM

Nov. 29: Visiting Writers Series: CK Williams (Princeton University), Library Auditorium, 4:00PM

Nov. 29: Politics Forum with Lee Ann Riccardi — Conquering Emperors and Defeated Barbarians: Visual Propaganda in Ancient Rome, Social Science Building, room 223, 11:30AM-12:30PM

Nov. 28: Envisioning Europe Lecture by Rita Chin (University of Michigan), “Women, Islam, and the Politics of Immigration in Contemporary Europe,” Business School Lounge, 7 pm

Dec. 1: Kuhn Conference — “Kuhn’s Structure of Scientific Revolutions: Fifty Years On,” with keynote speaker Philip Kitcher (Columbia University), Location/Time TBD

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