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The Smith community held a Vigil condemning the shootings of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, NC on February 25.

Click here to read statements from participants.

Upcoming Events


Nakatani Gong Orchestra
Wednesday, March 25, 8 p.m.
Helen Hills Hills Chapel

The Nakatani Gong Orchestra [NGO] is a non-traditional music orchestra, directed by Tatsuya Nakatani, an acoustic sound artist and percussionist. In creating NGO, Nakatani's aim was to create a rich harmony using a large collection of gongs. The Nakatani Gong Orchestra is the only bowing-based Gong Orchestra in the world. These gongs are played by people from the community who gather before the show to receive instruction in performance techniques and in Nakatani's idiosyncratic conducting language. This orchestra is an ongoing and growing project. It tours regularly and has given over 60 performances since 2011. An accomplished improvisor, Nakatani will also play a solo set on drums and assorted instruments as part of the evening's program. For more information, please see the Facebook Event HERE.

Karlheinz Stockhausen Retrospective:
'Hymnen,' Festival of Sound and Space
Thursday, March 26, 7 p.m.
Helen Hills Hills Chapel

Karlheinz Stockhausen's monumental "Hymnen" (1966-67) is a large-scale electronic work focusing on national anthems from around the world. The piece is divided into four sections, or regions -- each dedicated to a different composer. This concert is a rare opportunity to hear an important piece of electronic music in its full four-channel version. Smith College Festival of Sound and Space artistic director Gregory Brown will serve as sound projectionist. Free and open to the public. For more information on the March 24-26 Karlheinz Stockhausen Retrospective, please click HERE.

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Mondays

buddhistMeditationPoster
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Buddhist Mediation Sitting Group
5 p.m. Chapel Sanctuary

Tuesdays

SCF Prayer
8:15-8:45 a.m. CC 003

Wednesdays

weekly Vigil Poster
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Weekly Vigil for Peace
12:10 p.m. Chapel Sanctuary

Smith Christian Fellowship Bible Study
7 p.m. CC 102

Thursdays

Catholic Student Ministry
7p.m. Location TBD

Fridays

Soup Salad Soul Poster
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Soup, Salad, and Soul
12:15 p.m. Bodman Lounge

Al Iman Friday Prayers
12:20 p.m. Blue Room

SCF Prayer
12:30-1 p.m. CC 003

LaFe - Latino/a Fellowship
4:30-5:30 p.m. CC 205

Hillel Shabbat
5:30 p.m. Kosher Kitchen (Jordan House)
Kosher Dinner at 6:30 p.m.

International Student Bible Study
7-8 p.m. Washburn House

 


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Articles

Christianity in the Middle East: Analyzing the Scholarly and Policy Response: A lecture by Dr. Elizabeth Prodromou
Vigil for Peace: Responding to Islamophobia
Smith Students Attend Ash Wednesday Services at St. John's Episcopal Church
Initiation- The Opening of the new Kosher Kitchen
Taking a Break: Soup Salad and Soul
Light, Presents and Family: Talking About Chanukkah

Check out this Gate article about our large scale Chapel Celebration and our different look inside!
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