The Sexperts are a group of students who serve Hampshire's community as sexual health peer educators. Addressing issues from the nuts and bolts of safer sex and contraception practices to broader issues of how identities intersect with sexual health, the Sexperts combine theory and practice as an important campus resource. The Sexperts attend and facilitate trainings on sexual health, sexual anatomy, STIs, contraception, and sexuality. The Sexperts are dedicated to providing not only medically accurate information, but also to serve as a forum for talking about all aspects of sexuality, including pleasure, sexual preferences, safety, communication, identity, and relationships. Read the Sexperts blog to ask questions and learn more.
Wednesday, March 4: Mid-semester self-evaluations due
All first and second semester students are required to submit mid-semester evaluations for their courses on TheHub by this date. This is a good way for you to communicate with your professors about how you think you are doing in their courses. Consider asking each of your professors what, specifically, they are looking for in your self-evaluations.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Division II but Were Afraid to Ask
Soon to pass Division I? Get a head start on Division II at one of these special workshops, facilitated by deans in the Center for Academic Support and Advising. Tuesday, March 10, 4-5 p.m. in the Merrill Living Room or Thursday, March 26, Noon-1 p.m., location TBD.
March 14 through March 22: SPRING BREAK
There are no classes during Spring Break!
What's open? Houses are open; you are welcome to stay on campus. The Hampstore is open (weekday, daytime hours only), as are all campus offices. The post office will be open as usual, and the Multisport Center will be open for business too (though the Weight Room will be closed during the break).
What's closed? The dining commons closes after dinner on Friday, 3/13, and reopens at dinner on Sunday, 3/22. The Bridge Café will be closed as well, and will reopen on Monday, 3/23. Staying local? Plan on stocking up on food at Atkins or another local grocer during the break. Also, though school offices are open, most faculty are not on campus during Spring Break.
Monday, March 30: Finding the Right Sources
Feeling ready to start thinking about those final papers and projects? Need help finding the sources you need? Join the research librarians for a special skills-based workshop from Noon-1 p.m. in the FPH Faculty Lounge. Free lunch will be provided for all attendees.
Wednesday, April 1: Advising Day
Be sure to make an appointment with your advisor today. This is the time to talk about the classes you are thinking about taking in the fall and get your advisor's feedback.