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    4
    Feb

    Men's Squash at Williams

    12 pm - 2 pm
    The Big Green travel to take on Williams.
    4
    Feb

    Women's Squash at Williams

    12 pm - 2 pm
    The Big Green travel to take on Williams.
    4
    Feb

    Hop Film: Bad Axe

    7:00 pm - 8:45 pm
    A close-knit Asian Mexican American family in rural Michigan fights to keep their restaurant alive in the face of a pandemic and a community fractured by racism. Discussion follows
    5
    Feb

    Strengthening Educational Access with Dartmouth (SEAD) Application Deadline

    All day
    Are you passionate about FGLI college access and educational equity? Do you enjoy working in mentorship and teaching roles? Join SEAD! Apply by February 5th at DARTGO.ORG/SEAD-APP
    5
    Feb

    National Theatre Live: Straight Line Crazy

    4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
    Ralph Fiennes is Robert Moses, master manipulator and New York's most powerful man, in this blazing new play from David Hare.
    6
    Feb

    Dartmouth Library Special Collections Exhibit

    9:00 am - 5:45 pm
    "Altered States," an exhibit at Rauner Special Collections Library, challenges our pre-conceived notions of books as static objects by displaying how we all change our texts.
    6
    Feb

    Microbiology and Immunology Candidate Seminar - S.Skopelja-Gardner

    10 am - 11 am
    Sladjana Skopelja-Gardner - Geisel School of Medicine "Neutrophil-mediated communication between distal organs and the kidney" Host: M&I Search Committee
    6
    Feb

    Molecular and Systems Biology Seminar - A.G.J. Skorput

    12 pm - 1 pm
    Alex G.J. Skorput - Geisel School of Medicine "Exogenous influences on somatosensory circuits across the lifespan"
    6
    Feb

    Biology Candidate Seminar - J.Wasson

    2 pm - 3 pm
    Jadiel A. Wasson - University of Basel "From Parental Perception to Embryonic Interpretation: How Environmental Cues are Communicated to Progeny"
    6
    Feb

    Biology/MSB Faculty Candidate Seminar

    2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
    From Parental Perception to Embryonic Interpretation: How Environmental Cues are Communicated to Progeny. Jadiel Wasson PhD, Univ of Basel, a faculty candidate in the Bio/MSB Depts
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