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The contractor is in the process of forming and placing concrete walls for the north addition. The current schedule calls for another delivery of concrete to the back of Hatfield Hall Wednesday, August 15. The pour will occur between 10 a.m. and noon. A second pour at the same location is scheduled for Tuesday, August 21. The attached image shows the sections of wall being poured. The remainder of the walls on the north end will be poured from the Burton Lawn area where the concrete pumper is shown on the attached image.
There will be no vehicle activity at the north gates on Friday of this week due to School for Social Work graduation ceremonies at Johm M. Greene Hall.
There will be another, but smaller concrete pour this Friday. It will require a concrete pumper and deliveries by 16 concrete trucks to the construction site at the back side of Hatfield Hall. Work will start at 7 a.m. and complete before noon.
Also, next week the electrical contractor will be pulling and terminating new medium voltage electrical feeders for Neilson Library at two vaults outside of the construction area between Wright Hall and Sabin Reed near the Lanning Fountain, and at the east side of Bass Hall. Work will begin on Tuesday, August 14 and complete on Wednesday. There will NOT be power interruptions related to this work and the work will create little noise or disruption.
These workshops are designed to help you think about how technology can be integrated into your courses—increase your productivity and enhance student learning experiences.
Shortly before World War I broke out, a small group of German Expressionists in Munich set out to create a new spiritual world in art and culture. They called their movement “The Blue Rider”. Stop by the Hillyer Art Library to learn about Wassily Kandinsky, Franz Marc, and their circle of friends who shared a unique and colorful artistic vision before tragedy intervened. Exhibit on view in the Hillyer Art Library foyer through September 9.
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Smith Reads is a first-year reading experience for all students new to Smith College. This includes first-year students, Ada Comstock Scholars and transfer students. Entering students will meet in small groups to discuss the book.
Due to forecasted thunderstorms and lightning risk during the use of pump trucks on Tuesday July 17, we will be postponing this concrete pour to the following day (backup date): Wednesday, July 18, 2018.
On Wednesday, July 18 the first major concrete pour will take place at the new Neilson Library. This will be one of the largest pours for the project and involve two large concrete pumpers and the delivery of approximately 120 loads of concrete via cement mixers to the two pumpers. One pumper will be set up on the site at 5:30 a.m. between Hatfield and Wright Hall. A second pumper will be positioned on the site between Wright Hall and the 1909 Neilson shell. The first concrete delivery will arrive at 6 a.m. and the final delivery is expected 15 hours later at 9 p.m. Read more...
All Smith Libraries are closed Wednesday, July 4 and Saturday-Sunday, July 7-8. Hours in Young are reduced during the week of July 9.
A remarkable collection of letters, documents, movies and other material documenting the life of acclaimed actor and activist Jane Fonda is now open for research through Smith College’s Sophia Smith Collection.
The library has a subscription to the full text versions of all editions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders plus related current casebooks and handbooks.