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Wednesday, October 11, 2023
(Recommended for students with 0-30 credits)
This STEM & Health pathway-specific workshop will focus on the first two stages of transferring: Planning and Exploring. Students will receive an overview of statewide transfer programs and incentives, how to transfer credits, searching for colleges, and other resources to clarify the transfer process.
Recommended for students who are learning about transferring for the first time. Its never too early to begin thinking about transfer!
The Lost Lives of Native American Women and Two Spirit People – Honoring Our Culture and Our Heritage
Live and In-person Performance
with Reception to follow
Experience the power and the music by the intertribal group of southern New England women performing traditional and contemporary songs accompanied by hand drums, rattles and water drum. In the Natick dialect of Algonquin, “Nettukkusqk” means “my sister.” Formed by Wampanoag and Nipmuc women from Rhode Island and Massachusetts in 1994 at Deer Island Memorial, Boston, the Nettukkusqk Singers seek to reclaim women’s drumming and singing traditions from their tribal communities. The performance will be in English and several dialects of southern New England Algonquin. This event is dedicated to all missing and murdered indigenous women and Two Spirit People.
Sponsored by the Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery, in conjunction with the current exhibition Monatash: Arts and Artists from Southern New England.