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Tour of “The Caves” – October 16, 2014

 October is Archaeology Month Join Assistant Archivist Jon Green and retired Academic Dean Dick Grant for a walk to Stone House Hill, “The Caves,” and learn about the history and recent restoration project Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 12pm Meet in front of New Hall…

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Make a Green Difference! – 3 Days until the Sustainability Fair!

How does food production impact the health of the environment? Getting all of the food from American farms to the table eats up about 10% of our total energy budget, 50% of our land, and swallows 80% of our fresh water! ~~~ What are we doing at Stonehill…

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IT Service Desk Alert: CryptoWall Malware Attacks on Campus

Information Technology has seen a recent increase in computers infected with CryptoWall malware. CryptoWall is distributed through spam emails, malicious advertisements on legitimate websites, and as fake updates for applications such as Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash, and Java. Once a computer is infected, the malware may take…

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Make a Green Difference! – 4 Days until the Sustainability Fair!

How many gallons of water does it take to produce 1 pound of wheat?  a. 5 b. 15 c. 25 How many gallons of water does it take to produce 1 pound of beef? a. 100 b. 5000 c. 500 Answers: 1. a. 25 gallons to…

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Sports Complex Fieldhouse Information

The entire Fieldhouse in the Ames Sports Complex will be CLOSED from 1:30pm-9:00pm today, September 30th, for Stonehill vs Franklin Pierce Tennis. Go Skyhawks!

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TODAY: Benjamin Powell Speaker Event

The Economics Department & The Economics Club Presents: Benjamin Powell: Out of Poverty: Sweatshops in the Global Economy Using economic theory and data, Professor Powell argues that much of what the anti-sweatshop movement has agitated for would actually harm the very workers they intend to…

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TODAY! A Luncheon and Discussion on Ballot Question #3

The Martin Institute Presents: A Luncheon and Discussion on Ballot Question #3 Presented By: The Coalition to Protect Mass Jobs The Coalition to Protect Mass Jobs was created to educate voters on the jobs and revenue associated with resort casinos. Tuesday, September 30th at 12noon The…

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Nakamichi Concert Series kicks off TONIGHT!

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Dr. Katie Currul-Dykeman Book Release Reception October 6

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A Luncheon and Discussion on Ballot Question #3, September 30

The Martin Institute Presents: A Luncheon and Discussion on Ballot Question #3 Presented By: The Coalition to Protect Mass Jobs The Coalition to Protect Mass Jobs was created to educate voters on the jobs and revenue associated with resort casinos. Tuesday, September 30th at 12noon The…

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