Weekly Bulletin

Newmass Yoga is offering free introductory yoga classes in the Newman Center during the first week of the semester, Jan. 20-22. Members of the campus community are invited to come try this ancient and modern system of exercise and self-care. The classes are open to all; all levels of experience...
Newmass Yoga spring semester classes are being offered in the Newman Center beginning Monday, Jan. 26. All levels are welcome and classes are open to all students, faculty and staff. The schedule is : Monday/Wednesday - 3:30-5 p.m. - Power Yoga (athletic flow, beginners welcome) Tuesday...
The Student Experience Master Plan, a campus-wide project focusing on academic and co-curricular services currently available to students, is assessing the condition and current uses of all residence halls, the Student Union and other facilities providing student services. Input is needed from...
‘Ralph Jumps,’ 1977 photo by Stephan Shames

“Bronx Boys,” an exhibit of photographs of Stephan Shames, will be on view Jan. 22 to Feb. 20 at the Herter Art Gallery. Shames depicts aspects of life in the South Bronx during the 1970s, as experienced by a group of children as they negotiate the interplay between good and evil, violence and love, and chaos and family.

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Photo by Stephen Petegorsky
The Herter Gallery is exhibiting “Step by Step,” photographs by Stephen Petegorsky, from Jan. 22 to Feb. 20. The images document Petegorsky’s ongoing volunteer work with the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development, a small human rights agency whose projects include...
Sculpted silver vessel by Bonnie Tatro Capogna
“Vessel,” an exhibit of works by sculptor Bonnie Tatro Capogna, will be on view Feb. 1-25 at the Hampden Incubator Project Space in Southwest. An opening reception is planned for Sunday, Feb. 1 from 2-4 p.m. “The vessel has long interested me for both its form and function,...
Painting by Stephen Capogna
Stephen Capogna’s “From Tee to Cup: The Golf Paintings” will be on view Feb. 1-25 at the Hampden Main Gallery. An opening reception is being held Sunday, Feb. 1 from 2-4 p.m. In 2002, Capogna began to make small sketches of scenes from golf courses located in New England. In 2007...
Peter Blanchette plays the archguitar
Peter Blanchette, noted musician and inventor of the archguitar, will play a selection of Renaissance music to open the First Sunday Concert series on Feb. 1 at 2 p.m. at the Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies, 650 East Pleasant St. The concert is free and open to the...
‘Il Duce—Foro Italico, Roma,’ 2014 photo by Max Page
“Deafening Silence: The Strange Career of Mussolini’s Legacy in Rome,” a photographic exhibit by architecture professor Max Page, opens Jan. 22 at the Herter Art Gallery. Page spent six months last year as a Rome Prize Fellow at the American Academy in Rome, exploring the...
“Double Header” by William Wegman
The University Museum of Contemporary Art is marking its 40th anniversary with “40 Years/40 Artists,” featuring the work of artists whose exhibitions at the museum―at crucial moments in their careers―had the effect of opening up dialogue about ideas relevant to contemporary art and...

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