This will be an open forum to discuss the college's name change with our current students and answer any questions they may have.Location: TBD
Paul Smith's College will host a five-course vegetarian meal at 6 p.m. on Earth Day Wednesday, April 22, at the Left Bank Cafe. Paul Smith's culinary students will prepare the meal as part of the college's Day of Service. $50 without wine, $60 with wine, includes tax and gratuity, all proceeds go to the Adirondack Farm to School Initiative. Please RSVP by calling Anne Sterling at 518-354-8166 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Location: The Left Bank Cafe
Save a life!!! Donate blood!!!
Please email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.Location: Pine Room
NYS 8 Hour Pre-Assignment Security Guard CourseLocation: Overlook Classroom
Battle of the Generations!! Come compete against your parents or parents come compete against their students!Location: Pine Room
Prepare to be amazed by the mental challenges of Robert Channing!! Sponsored by Student Activities.Location: Freer Auditorium
Save a life!!! Donate blood!!! To schedule an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Student Activities.Location: Pine Room
Student Anthony Angelo will discuss energy use/consumption and what that means for resources, society and multiple other mediums viewed from an anthropocentric lens.
The second annual Student Speaker Series provides Paul Smith's College students a chance to synthesize skills they've learned in class with topics that are of specific interest to them. The public is welcome and the talks are free of charge.
Contact Meggan Frost at email@example.com for more information.Location: Adirondack Room, Joan Weill Adirondack Library
Student Lydia Barnes will discuss the many beneficial uses of hemp, including effects on the environment and economy. The political legality and scientific legitimacy of this cash crop are the focus of this presentation.
The second annual Student Speaker Series provides Paul Smith's College students a chance to synthesize skills they've learned in class with topics that are of specific interest to them. The public is welcome and the talks are free of charge.Location: Adirondack Room, Joan Weill Adirondack Library