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  Events for December 9, 2016

Interdisciplinary Art Student Exhibition

- Location: The Brick Studios
(2:00 PM - 5:00 PM)
Student Art Exhibition IART 101 and IART 104

Latke n’ stuff Shabbat Dinner

- Location: Hillel house
(6:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
There is snow on the ground and everyone is ready to go home. What better time then now for one last Shabbat Dinner. Do y’all remember the 80 pounds of latkes we made last year? We remember! We remember so hard that it hurts some times. Dont think that can stop us from doing it again though. In an effort to further repress the memory of that traumatic experience,

Hillel will be hosting a Hanukkah themed Shabbat dinner! You can expect to find latkes, sufganiyot, dreidels and gelt, plus a whole fog of greasy air that reminds you that it is the holiday season! Come on out and celibate this last Hoorah of the fall semester in the best way possible.. With the Jews! (and fried food).

Please RSVP to no later than Thursday evening if you would like to attend!

Symphonic Band Concert

- Location: Miller Theater - Miller Performing Arts Center
(7:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
The Symphonic Band will present an evening of great band literature. Free admission. Miller Theater, 7:30 pm

Core Sample: Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

- Location: Alfred Ceramic art Museum
(All Day)
- Link: Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

- Attachment 1: photo credit Brian Oglesbee
Alfred Ceramic Art Museum: Core Sample
Opens October 28, 2016
Gala Opening Reception: Friday, October 28, 6-9PM

In celebration of the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum’s move to its magnificent new facility, the Museum will open its doors on October 28, 2016, with an exhibition entitled Core Sample. This exhibition will feature highlights from the permanent collection. A number of these works have not been on view in years. Core Sample is the first of many ambitious projects slated for the museum, which will reveal essential aspects of the Museum’s collection as well as chart new directions in ceramic art and scholarship.

Free Ade Swipe

- Location: Ade Dining Hall
(All Day)
- Attachment 1: Free_Food_Saxon_Snacks_Posters_(3).pdf
Are you running low on meal swipes? Come to Ade dining hall and donate three non-perishable items to receive a free Ade swipe. The food you donate will be collected and donated to Alfred University’s food pantry called Saxon Snacks.