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  • Math Club Pi + .16 Day Bake Sale

    Math Club Pi + .16 Day Bake Sale

    Math Club will be selling baked goods in the Science Center Cafe from 12pm-3pm on Monday 3/30 for a belated Pi day celebration.
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  • Wheaton Story Slam

    Wheaton Story Slam

    Come hear students, faculty, and staff tell stories about some close encounters! There will be a reception after the show. Sponsored by the May Fellows.
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  • Chat Rooms can be Useful in Writing Essays

    Chat Rooms can be Useful in Writing Essays

    Brown Bag workshop with Emerson Writing Fellow on how Chat Rooms can be used to help with writing research essays.
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  • BEARS and MAD Houses Screening "Red Tails"

    BEARS and MAD Houses Screening "Red Tails"

    There will be a screening of "Red Tails" while you enjoy Italian food. We will be having a discussion on the film on what the effects of using underrepresented actors are on the film and society.
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  • iSpeak! Past & Present

    iSpeak! Past & Present

    On April 3rd spend the day and night with iSpeak members past and present! There will be a workshop in the Lyon's Lounge from 3-5pm lead by iSpeak Leader and slam poet Roxy Azari a 2010 Wheaton Alum! After go to Balfour Atrium from 8-10pm to perform the poems written at the workshop and listen to the performances of current iSpeak! members, headliner Rozy Azari, and past iSpeak members!
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  • Meditation and Human Development: Short-term Benefits and Long-term Potential by Metta McGarvey

    Meditation and Human Development: Short-term Benefits and Long-term Potential by Metta McGarvey

    The benefits of Buddhist meditation practices for reducing stress and enhancing wellness have been scientifically established in a wide range of contexts. However these techniques have been practiced to achieve deeper kinds of change and human development over the 2500 year history of Buddhism. We will explore some short wellness practices designed to be done in everyday life, and discuss the potential for deeper kinds of change from committed long term practice.
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  • 2015 Biennial: Photography Beyond the Frame

    2015 Biennial: Photography Beyond the Frame

    February 27–April 10, 2015 Beard & Weil Galleries, Watson Fine Arts This group exhibition features work by contemporary American photographers. The juror was Kristen Gresh, Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh Assistant Curator of Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
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  • SWEATworking

    SWEATworking

    A new way to network...and get your sweat on! Join students and alumnae/i for a 45-minute FREE yoga class. The session will end with conversation over smoothies and healthy snacks. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. FREE.
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  • SWEATworking

    SWEATworking

    Presented by the Alumnae/i Relations Office and Yoga Club. A new way to network, and get your sweat on! Come join students and alumnae/i for a 45-minute FREE yoga class. The session will end with conversation over smoothies and healthy snacks. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. Please bring yoga mat if you own one.
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  • Lasse Lipponen Lecture

    Lasse Lipponen Lecture

    Lasse Lipponen is a professor of education, with special reference to early childhood education, at the Department of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki. His research work is directed to playful learning; children’s agency; understanding children’s experiences in their life-worlds with digital documentation andparticipatory research methods; and teacher education. Lasse is a co-founder of “Playful Learning Center” (http://plchelsinki.fi), and also well known as one of the co-authors of the popular Finnish book series “Tutkiva Oppiminen” (Progressive Inquiry).
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  • Lasse Lipponen Lecture

    Lasse Lipponen Lecture

    Lasse Lipponen is a professor of education, with special reference to early childhood education, at the Department of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki. His research work is directed to playful learning; children’s agency; understanding children’s experiences in their life-worlds with digital documentation andparticipatory research methods; and teacher education. Lasse is a co-founder of “Playful Learning Center” (http://plchelsinki.fi), and also well known as one of the co-authors of the popular Finnish book series “Tutkiva Oppiminen” (Progressive Inquiry).
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  • Low Cost, Confidential STD

    Low Cost, Confidential STD

    STD testing @ NMC
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  • What Happens When

    What Happens When

    Written by Charlotte Meehan, directed by Stephanie Burlington-Daniels Meehan developed this project with nine students enrolled in her course “Devising Theatre for Social Change.” The play is a multimedia montage of the before-and-after moments of campus sexual encounters, alternating between early childhood and present day to shed light on the misunderstandings that persist, the discussion that needs to increase, and the violence that must stop. This project is sponsored in part by a grant awarded by the Office of Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. For ticket information and reservations ($10 general, $5 faculty, staff & seniors, Wheaton students free), contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu. Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 8:00 p.m. (4/12 & 4/19—2:00 p.m.)
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