Events on the Hill — Weeks of Sept. 3 and 10

Ballou Hall is pictured on April 20. Rachel Hartman/The Tufts Daily Archives

THURSDAY, SEPT. 6

“Fall Exhibitions Opening Reception”

Details: Tufts will hold an opening reception for the fall art lineup. This semester’s exhibitions include States of Freedom: The Figure in Flux and Expressions Unbound: American Outsider Art from the Andrew and Linda Safran Collection.

When and Where: 5:30–7:30 p.m., Aidekman Arts Center

Sponsor: Tufts University Art Galleries

FRIDAY, SEPT. 7

“Fall Gala”

Details: Tufts University Social Collective’s (TUSC) annual Fall Gala will be held on the Academic Quad. Featured musical acts include Nate Bash Band and all-female student group Burst into Dames. Food will be provided. 

When and Where: 7–11 p.m., Academic Quad

Sponsor: TUSC

MONDAY, SEPT. 10

“Career Workshop with Sarah Cardozo Duncan”

Details: The Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences will host a career workshop with career strategist and consultant Sarah Cardozo Duncan. Duncan, winner of the 2014 Mass AWIS Mentor of Excellence Award, will assist Sackler students with a one-day workshop on pursuing careers in the biomedical and biotechnology industries.

When and Where: 9 a.m.– 3 p.m., Sackler 221, Boston

Sponsor: Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12

“Museum of Capitalism Opening Reception and Conversation”

Details: The School of Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) at Tufts will be hosting an opening reception for the “Museum of Capitalism,” a temporary installation that explores the philosophy and history of capitalism. This traveling exhibition features art, publications and other materials representative of capitalism. The reception will feature a conversation between the Museum’s founders and Abigail Satinsky, Tufts University Art Galleries’ curator of exhibitions and programs.

When and Where: 6–8 p.m., Anderson Auditorium, SMFA at Tufts

Sponsor: SMFA at Tufts

THURSDAY, SEPT. 13

“Linda Nathan Book Talk: ‘When Grit Isn’t Enough'”

Details: Author Linda Nathan will hold a book talk on her new work, “When Grit Isn’t Enough: A High School Principal Examines how Poverty and Inequality Thwart the College-for-all Promise.” The book discusses multiple assumptions that society holds about education, and how those assumptions shield inherent inequalities.

When and Where:  4–6 p.m., Laminan Lounge, Olin Center

Sponsor: Department of Education

FRIDAY, SEPT. 14

“Protecting Civilian Institutions and Infrastructure from Cyber Operations: Designing International Law and Organizations”

Details: The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy’s Center for International Law and Governance will host a two-day conference on cyberattacks, and the prevention thereof, in peacetime. This is the center’s first conference.

When and Where: 12–5 p.m., Sept. 14–15, 51 Winthrop Street

Sponsor: The Fletcher School

SATURDAY, SEPT. 15

“French Film outdoor screening: ‘Les saveurs du Palais'”

Details: The Department of Romance Studies will host a French film night. “Les Saveurs du Palais,” or “Haute Cuisine,” is a French-language comedy-drama about a private chef to former French President François Mitterand. The film will be projected with English subtitles.

When and Where: 7:30–9:15 p.m., Residential Quad

Sponsor: Department of Romance Studies

SUNDAY, SEPT. 16

“Community Block Party”

Details: Tufts Housing League (THL) will host a community block party open to residents and students alike. THL will “be talking about [its] mission to provide safe, accessible, and affordable housing to the whole Tufts community, specifically through ending the tiered housing system and by building high density dorms on campus.”

When and Where: 4–6 p.m., Nathan Tufts Park

Sponsor: THL

CORRECTION: A previous version of this article had incorrectly named the student organization Tufts University Social Collective. The article has been updated to reflect this change. The Daily regrets this error.


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