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3:30 PM

Talent on Tap: Partnering to Catalyze Maine’s Future

March 11, 3:30 PM5:30 PM
Waterville Brewing Company, 10 Water Street, Ste. 111
Waterville, ME 04901
Free

High school administrators, guidance counselors, teachers and other educators are invited! The Challenge: Maine’s Governor has given us a call to action! The future of the state we love is dependent on developing our talent and unleashing the innovative potential of our people. Education is the key. The Invitation: Join Thomas College President (and former […]

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5:00 PM

Visiting Writer Ana Menéndez

March 11, 5:00 PM
Robinson Room, Miller Library, Colby College, Mayflower Hill Drive
Waterville, ME
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Free

Ana Menéndez, the Kristina Stahl Writer-in-Residence for 2019-20, has published four books of fiction: Adios, Happy Homeland!, The Last War, Loving Che, and In Cuba I Was a German Shepherd, whose title story won a Pushcart Prize. She has worked as a journalist in the U.S. and abroad, lastly as a prize-winning columnist for the Miami Herald. As a reporter, […]

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Art as Politic

March 11, 5:00 PM7:00 PM
Free

Art exists across the world in many different forms and amplifies many different voices. It can expose our truths and challenge how we exist in the world. The third installment of Colby College's Who's Coming to Dinner: Critical Conversation Series will dive into the ways that art exists to challenge and reflect our society under "Art as […]

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7:00 PM

Oak Institute Lecture: Andrea Prasow

March 11, 7:00 PM
Free

Andrea Prasow, acting director at Human Rights Watch in Washington, conducts advocacy before the U.S. government on global human rights issues, with a particular focus on national security and human rights. Prasow frequently appears on domestic and international radio and television and has published in a wide range of print and online media outlets, including Politico, […]

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Connections between Climate Change, Food Insecurity, and Conflict

March 11, 7:00 PM
Free

Join Kimberly Flowers, executive director of the Goldfarb Center, for this lecture. As the climate crises worsen we are simultaneously seeing a rise in global hunger, unprecedented humanitarian need, and increasingly protracted conflicts. Flowers will unpack the considerable threat that climate change is having on both political stability and food systems, particularly in fragile states. She […]

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