March 6, 2013

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Wednesday, 3/6/13, 7pm, Kendade 203. Lili Young, Assistant Director for Admissions for the school of Podiatric Medicine will host an informational session giving an overview of their program, and advice on the application process. Surgery, pediatrics, sports medicine, biomechanics, and trauma -Podiatrists do it all!

Get your reservations in by Friday, March 8 to make sure you can have your Kosher for Passover Meals. The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life and the Jewish Student Union provide Kosher for Passover Meals at Eliot House starting March 25 dinner through April 2 dinner. Reservations are required and are online.

Thursday, March 7, 2013, 7pm, Hooker Auditorium. This deeply moving documentary profiling Chinese adoptees in the wake of China’s “One Child Policy” illustrates that even the most specific of experiences can be universally relatable. The film intimately follows four teenagers, featuring Mount Holyoke’s own Jenni Lee. Free and open to the public. Q&A with Jenni Lee following the movie. View the poster.

Thursday, March 7, 12:20-12:50. Art Museum. John Stomberg, Florence Finch Abbott Director of the Art Museum, and Timothy Farnham, Director of the
Miller Worley Center for the Environment, examine artist Albert Bierstadt’s continuing concern for the environment and his approach to the West as a theme in American art in this Spotlight on the Collection.