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What are you going to do tonight? Well, I am going to one of my favorite events. It is the Art & Music Departments Gala. 5:30 start in the Paresky Center. It is one of the many many many end of the years events at Simmons. Like last week's Senior-Faculty Banquet, pictured above. Gotta tell you there is a feel-good exhaustion that overcomes me, like having run a marathon (never did, never will), when all this comes to an end. Sweete sweete music Friday May First 7 pm Alumnae Hall, me serenaded by 3 Simmons vocal groups. ...............................The Art & Music Liaison cordially invite you to attend a sophisticated night of art, music, and creative writing!
Doors will open at 5:30pm and the first performance will be at 5:45pm.
There will be a student art exhibit, musical performances, and readings from Simmons students.
The Gala will also be raffling/auctioning exquisite student art work for $10 a ticket as a fundraiser for next year's Gala and other cultural activities on campus.
Proper Dress Recommended
PLEASE BRING YOUR FRIENDS! Simmons, Alumnae, Outside of Simmons, Family, and Neighbors are welcome!
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Look at all the Happy Bargain Hunters during the last moments of the 25th Simmons College Silent Auction!
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GSLIS's Alumni Day will include a toast to Professor Allen Smith, given by President Dan Cheever at 3pm on Friday, April 17 in the Linda K. Paresky Center. Allen's wishes were to not have a memorial service. He was a long time member of the highly dubious and highly unofficial Breakfast Club. Highly. All are most welcome to attend.
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Did I mention that I dropped into David's lecture on Hamlet? It was just the first part. I really wanted to see him and his last class on The Bard of Avon was in the fall. I'm sure I mentioned seeing him act over the years. His Final Lecture was a tapestry woven from the history of Simmons and the memories of things past. I could have made a photograph out of one hundred hugs. A clumsy, bumpy, bumplingly video of the event may be found at www.youtube.com/BobWhiteLibrary.
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