Events by Month

August 2017

“Biology in Your Future: Will Tropical Places Survive?” with Dr. Pat Wright ’66
August 24, 1 p.m.
Hodson 131

“Getting Stuck in Madagascar: New Discoveries of Forests and Fossils” with Dr. Pat Wright ’66
August 24, 7 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center

The Hood College Department of Biology welcomes Dr. Pat Wright ’66 for two very special events. Dr. Wright is the founder of Centre ValBio and serves as the Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at Stony Brook University.

Frederick Portrait Group Exhibition
August 25 – October 15
Hodson Gallery, Tatem Arts Center
The Frederick Portrait Group will be exhibiting portraiture work from their talented members. The portrait group is comprised of local artists and meets at Hood College every Friday. Contact: Jenna Gianni, gallery director, at gianni@hood.edu.

New Work by Tanya Ziniewicz
August 31 – October 15
Whitaker Gallery
Tanya Ziniewicz’s large-scale drawings and paintings investigate subtleties of human interaction through a network of organic linear forms. Ziniewicz resides in Baltimore and teaches at Towson University. Contact: Jenna Gianni, gallery director, at gianni@hood.edu.

September 2017

Home Opener: Field Hockey vs. Shenandoah
September 1, 3 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center.

Home Opener: Women’s Soccer vs. Mt. Aloysius
September 1, 5 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center

Home Opener: Men’s Soccer vs. Randolph
September 6, 6 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center

Home Opener: Volleyball vs. Arcadia
September 6, 7 p.m.
Volpe Athletic Center

125th Anniversary Kick-Off Celebration
September 12, 1 p.m.
Winchester Hall, Downtown Frederick
Join members of the Hood College and Frederick community as we rededicate the original home of Hood College. For more information, contact Laurie Ward at ward@hood.edu.

Home Opener: Tennis
September 12, TBA
Hood College Tennis Complex

First Game Under the Lights!
Women’s Soccer vs. Eastern Mennonite
September 13, 7 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center

2017 George B. Delaplaine Distinguished Citizen Award Honoring Dr. Olivia White
September 13
For the past 21 years, the George Delaplaine Distinguished Citizen Dinner (GDDCD) has recognized members of the community who have made Frederick a better place to live, and have demonstrated the core values of Scouting throughout their lives. The Francis Scott Key District, National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, and Delaplaine Foundation, Inc., this year, honor Dr. Oliva White as the 22nd Annual “George Delaplaine” Distinguished Citizen Honoree.” Tickets required; visit http://NCACBSA.org/delaplaine.

125th Anniversary Alumni Art Exhibit Opening Reception
Reception: September 14, 5-7 p.m.
Exhibit: September 14-October 15
Gifts Inn BoonsBoro, 16 North Main Street, Boonsboro
Hood alumni will display their art in an exclusive group exhibit. As a showcase of regional arts and crafts, Gifts Inn BoonsBoro features gifts for nearly every occasion. For more information, contact Natoma Reed Vargason ’80, P’12 at info@giftsinnboonsboro.com.

The Great Frederick Fair
September 15-23
Frederick Fairgrounds
History Day is Friday, September 22; stop by the History Tent to visit the Hood College table and learn something new from Hood’s first 125 years.
For more information, visit thegreatfrederickfair.com.

Faculty Showcase Recital
September 17, 3 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
Several faculty members of Hood’s Department of Music will be performing a wide variety of musical selections. For more information, contact Wayne Wold at wold@hood.edu.

Homecoming and Fall Family Weekend
September 22-23
Join alumni, students, parents, faculty and staff for annual favorites including the President’s 5K fun-run and the festival on the quad with food, music and crafts and many more fun activities.

“The Responsibilities of Leadership”
Special Guest Lecture by Hood College Trustee the Honorable Robert M. Bell, Chief Judge (retired), Maryland Court of Appeals
September 23, 11 a.m.
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
For more information, contact alumoffice@hood.edu.

Senior Day: Men’s Soccer vs. St. Vincent
September 23, 3 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center

Senior Day: Women’s Soccer vs. St. Vincent
September 23, TBA
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center

Hood Choir Performs for Peace
September 24, 3-5 p.m.
Evangelical Reformed Church of Christ
The Hood Choir will sing in the second annual Multi-Faith Musical Celebration for Peace.

 “Perceptions of the United States in the Age of Trump”
Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow: Rodney Bent, International Affairs Expert
September 26, 7 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
When the US political establishment perceived the Soviet Union to be a looming threat, it pushed the creation of multilateral institutions (e.g., the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the predecessor of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), frequently bearing a greater share of the costs in return for proportionate leadership influence. President Trump has upended many of the assumptions about American leadership, ironically using the slogan of pre-World War II isolationists, “America First.” What do other countries make of this change and how have they responded? For more information, contact Paige Eager at eager@hood.edu.

Blue and Grey Event: Men’s Soccer Under the Lights!
September 26, 7 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center
Celebrate the installation of the field lights!

For more information on all athletic events, visit hoodathletics.com.

October 2017

Symposium: Trauma-Informed Care
Dr. Joan Gillece ’76
October 4, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Rosenstock Hall
Joan Gillece ’76, Ph.D., Brian Sims, M.D., Melanie Sutherland G’13, and William Kellibrew will speak about trauma intervention and the psychobiology of trauma.
Registration required by September 25; contact alf12@hood.edu.

Alif Laila, Classical Indian Music
October 4, 7:30 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
Alif Laila’s music ventures beyond the realm of the traditional Indian classical. She has collaborated with South Indian classical, Jazz saxophone and world percussion. She has composed music for Cello and dance. For more information, contact Wayne Wold at wold@hood.edu.

From Plant to Medicine: The Remarkable Science of Cannabis and its Applications
October 5, 1 p.m.
Hodson Science Center, Room 131
Susan Audino ’85, ’99, Ph.D., a Hood College alumna and member of the Board of Associates, will talk about the complexities of cannabis and its medicinal uses dating to 300 BC. Contemporary research provides empirical evidence of benefits across a myriad of medicinal and psychological disorders. Contact: Dr. Susan Ensel, sensel@hood.edu

Senior Day: Field Hockey vs. Widener
October 7, TBA
Thomas Athletic Field, Volpe Athletic Center

Undergraduate Admission Open House
October 14, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
High school students and families are welcome to one of our fall Open Houses to learn more about studying at Hood. For more information, contact admission@hood.edu or call 301-696-3400.

Senior Day: Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
October 14
Utica Park, Frederick
Hood College Invitational

Home Opener: Men’s and Women’s Swimming
October 14, 2 p.m.
Huntsinger Aquatic Center

Randall Family Concert with the Sunderman Quintet
October 15, 3 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
The annual Randall Family Concert will be performed by the Sunderman Quintet, a woodwind quintet based at Gettysburg College. For more information, contact Wayne Wold at wold@hood.edu.

“Free Speech for Me, But Not for Thee?”
Jim Caruso, Flying Dog Brewery
October 18, 7 p.m.
What is the principle behind the First Amendment? Must free speech be given to all, even to those whose views are disagreeable, repugnant or even hateful? Join Flying Dog Brewery CEO Jim Caruso as he discusses free speech. For more information, contact Laurie Ward at ward@hood.edu.

The Department of History Presents: Fred Talks Series
October TBA
Coblentz Seminar Room
Faculty in Hood’s history department will present a series of lectures that as previews for upcoming courses. The series offers audiences exciting introductions to a variety of historical topics from the medieval to the modern era. Each talk is about 15 minutes long; pizza is also served. The model for the event is the popular Ted Talks series. “Fred,” perhaps obviously, comes from “Frederick.”  Contact: Dr. Corey Campion, campion@hood.edu

Food Day Celebration
October 24, 5:30-7 p.m. [note time change]
Whitaker Campus Center
Food Day is a national event that encourages people to alter their diets and change our policies related to food. Enjoy food and fun. Contact: the Graduate School at gofurther@hood.edu.

First-Year Reads Presents: Yaa Gyasi
October 25, 6-7:30 p.m.
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
First-Year Read author Yaa Gyasi will talk about her novel Homegoing, the story of two Ghanaian half-sisters who are separated from all that they know–one in order to marry a British slaver and the other to be sold into slavery. Homegoing follows the diverging fates of seven generations of the sisters’ descendants both in Ghana, where repercussions from the slave trade and British colonialism shape the family, and in America, where the family is destined to bear the destructive legacy of slavery. Homegoing won the 2016 National Book Critics Circle’s John Leonard Prize for the best debut novel. A Q&A session and book signing will follow the 45-minute talk. This lecture is made possible by the Hanson Lecture Series through the Foundation for Enhancing Communities. Contact: Dr. Martha Bari, bari@hood.edu

Senior Day: Volleyball vs. Trinity Washington
October 26, TBA
Volpe Athletic Center

Photographs by Mo Gadalla
October 26-January 7, 2018
Hodson Gallery, Tatem Arts Center
Mo Gadalla’s photographs cover a variety of subjects from nature to architecture and capture fantastic scenery in unique and complex ways. Contact: Jenna Gianni, gianni@hood.edu

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November 2017

Operation Whitecoat Screening and Talk
November 1, 7 p.m.
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
Operation Whitecoat tells the story of the more than 2,300 conscientious objectors who volunteered to serve their country by participating in U. S. Army medical experiments focused on developing defensive medical countermeasures against the Soviet Union’s bio-warfare capabilities. Arthur O. Anderson, MD, P’07, a member of the Hood College Board of Trustees, is an applied ethicist who has been involved in Human Research Subject Protections since 1975 when he was appointed chair of the USAMRIID IRB, called the Human Use Committee [HUC]. He wrote the first operational guidelines for this committee in 1975, based on Nuremberg Code Principles. For more information, contact the Graduate School at gofurther@hood.edu.

Biobeers
November 3, 6-9 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
Join the Graduate School for local brews and networking. Contact the Graduate School at gofurther@hood.edu.

Old Plantations in New Lights: Building a Base for Interpreting Black History at Mount Clare, Baltimore
November 6, 7 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
Teresa Moyer, author of Ancestors of Worthy Life: Plantation Slavery and Black Heritage at Mount Clare and an archeologist who works for the National Park Service, will be speaking on her work to restore the history of enslaved people to Mount Clare plantation near Baltimore.  Contact: Dr. Emilie Amt, eamt@hood.edu

Talk by Youssouf Amine Elalamy
November 7, 7-8:30 p.m.
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
A talk by award-winning Moroccan author Youssouf Amin Alalamy. He is the author of seven books, five of which are novels. Contact: Dr. Donald Wright, wright@hood.edu

The Real Good Ship Hood
November 9, 1-1:50 p.m.
Beneficial-Hodson Library Reading Porch
Jeff Welsh will give a talk on the little-known history of the World War II Victory Ship, named after Hood College. The SS Hood Victory contained a library of books and pictures of Hood College that sailed the seven seas from 1945 until the mid-1960s. Its main service life was ferrying our victorious soldiers home from Europe. Contact: Jeff Welsh, welsh@hood.edu

Undergraduate Admission Open House
November 11, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
High school students and families are welcome to one of our fall Open Houses to learn more about studying at Hood. For more information, contact admission@hood.edu or call 301-696-3400.

Triforce Quartet
November 12, 3 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
The Triforce Quartet began innocently as a short Zelda medley for an encore of a recital in early 2007, but the video of using traditional string quartet instruments to play music of classic games gained viral popularity later that summer. Thanks to this, cellist Chad Schwartz was able to combine his love for video games, along with years of classical training, to arrange a variety of video game themes that even non-gamers can enjoy. The four members of the Triforce Quartet take audience members on an unforgettable musical journey. For more information, contact Wayne Wold at wold@hood.edu.

Sexual and Gender Minority Community as a Health Disparities Population
Karen L. Parker, Ph.D., MSW
November 14, 5:30-7 p.m.
Cheryl Brown Dreiling ’69 Seminar Room, Coblentz Hall
As a result of the growing awareness of health-related disparities in sexual and gender minority (SGM) populations, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has coordinated several efforts across the NIH Institutes and Centers. Dr. Parker currently serves as the director of the Sexual & Gender Minority Research Office at the NIH. This talk is sponsored by the Social Work Program of the Department of Sociology and Social Work.

Home Opener: Men’s Basketball
November 18-19, TBA
Volpe Athletic Center
Rotary of Frederick Holiday Classic

Messiah & More
November 18, 7:30 p.m.
November 19, 3 p.m.
Coffman Chapel
Hood College’s 70th annual presentation of “Messiah and More” featuring the Hood College Choir, the Youth Choir from the Frederick Children’s Chorus, the Choral Arts Society of Frederick, plus Hood College alumni, soloists and orchestra – all under the direction of Lynn Staininger. Advance tickets available from the Hood College website and at the door. For more information, contact Wayne Wold at wold@hood.edu.

Home Opener: Women’s Basketball vs. Shenandoah
November 21, TBA
Volpe Athletic Center

For more information on all athletic events, visit hoodathletics.com.

December 2017

Frederick Holiday House Tour Featuring East Cottage
December 2, 5-9 p.m.
December 3, noon-4 p.m.
This self-guided walking tour takes visitors inside private homes, including Hood College’s historic East Cottage, to see elaborately decorated homes with holiday décor. For ticket information, visit celebratefrederick.com.

Candlelight Vespers
December 3, 7:15 p.m.
Coffman Chapel
A candlelight vespers service, a long-standing Hood College tradition that includes seasonal music, dance, meditation and readings. For more information, contact Rev. Beth O’Malley at omalley@hood.edu.

January 2018

Senior Day: Men’s and Women’s Swimming vs. Albright
January 6, 2 p.m.
Huntsinger Aquatic Center
For more information, visit hoodathletics.com.

Frederick Chamber of Commerce Business Card Exchange
January 17, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
Join the Chamber for their monthly business card exchange. Bring lots of business cards to this networking event, where more than 100 area professionals gather to make solid business connections. For more information, visit frederickchamber.org.

February 2018

Mixed-Media Sculpture Exhibit
Through Feb. 16, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center Gallery
Janet Street’s “Connections” exhibit uses media including ceramics and paint to express the connections she sees between humans and animals. She adds other media to her pieces as her imagination changes the story she wants to tell.
For more information, contact Jenna Gianni at gianni@hood.edu.

Hood College Faculty Exhibition
Through February 25, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Hodson Gallery, Tatem Arts Center
The Hood College Faculty Exhibition features the work of Hood College’s talented faculty members. Works include a mix of mediums and subject matter from printmaking and photography to sculpture and ceramic works.
For more information, contact Jenna Gianni at gianni@hood.edu.

Film Screening: Step
February 9, 6-9 p.m.
Rosenstock Auditorium
The film documents high school seniors on a step dance team in Baltimore and their attempt to be the first in their families to enter college. Following the screening, the Urban Outlet will host a step demonstration. Hosted by the African American Studies program, in collaboration with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Black Student Union and the Urban Connection.
For more information, please contact Hoda Zaki at hzaki@hood.edu.

Senior Day: Women’s Basketball vs. Widener
February 10, 1 p.m.
BB&T Arena, Volpe Athletic Center

Senior Day: Men’s Basketball vs. Messiah
February 13, 6 p.m.
BB&T Arena, Volpe Athletic Center
For more information on all athletic events, visit hoodathletics.com.

125th Anniversary Lunch
February 19
Join us for lunch and be transported back in time to dine like a Victorian! Special meal price: $1.25
Coblentz Dining Hall

 

The African Diaspora in India
February 21, 6 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
Purnima Bhatt, Ph.D., recently retired professor of history from Hood College, has written the first book on this subject and will share her insights and photographs of the history and culture of a community created by the slave trade in the Indian Ocean. Co-sponsored by the African American Studies program and the Office of the Provost.
For more information, please contact Hoda Zaki at hzaki@hood.edu.

Gordon Concert with the Polaris Trio
February 25, 3-4:30 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
For more information, contact Wayne Wold at woldw@hood.edu.

Bruce La Fleur Lecture Series: Phil Renaud
February 28, 5:30-7 p.m.
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
Phil Renaud is the executive director of The Risk Institute at Fisher School of Business at The Ohio State University. Alumnus Phil Renaud.
For more information, contact David Gurzick at gurzick@hood.edu.

March 2018

2018 Annual Hood College Juried Student Exhibition
March 2-29, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Hodson Gallery, Tatem Arts Center
The 2018 Hood College Juried Student Exhibition features the work of Hood’s talented graduate and undergraduate students. Works include a mix of mediums and subject matter from painting and printmaking to photography and ceramic sculpture. The juror for this year’s exhibition is Baltimore-based artist Antonio McAfee.
For more information, contact Jenna Gianni at Gianni@hood.edu.

All Fired Up: The Ceramic Sculpture of Don Reitz
March 2-April 15, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center Gallery
Reception: March 3, 4-6 p.m.
For more information, contact Jenna Gianni at Gianni@hood.edu.

Recital by Laine Beachley
March 4, 3-4:30 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
For more information, contact RoseAnn Lester at lesterr@hood.edu.

Mathematics Education Lecture
March 6, 6 p.m.
Dreiling Seminar Room, Coblentz Hall
Join us for the 9th Annual Hood College Mathematics Education Lecture. Beth Kobett, Ed.D., one of the authors of the recently published professional resource, “The Formative 5,” will share valuable information that will change the way teachers view assessment. Information shared will benefit all math educators, regardless of grade level, to implement research-based assessment strategies that will truly assess learning and inform teaching in order to move students forward. Refreshments will be provided. Co-sponsored by the Hood College Office of the Provost and the Maryland Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Registration required at graybeal@hood.edu

Carhart-Lester Concert with Pianist Santiago Rodrigues
March 6, 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
For more information, contact Wayne Wold at woldw@hood.edu.

Nigerian Cultural Event
March 7, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
For more information, contact the Susan Kowalski at kowalski@hood.edu

Alternative Spring Break
March 12-16, All Day
Locally and the U.S. Virgin Islands
Hood College students will use their spring break to travel to local neighborhoods and areas in the U.S. Virgin Islands for community service.
For more information, contact Beth O’Malley at omalley@hood.edu.

Frederick Symphony Orchestra Concert
March 18, 3 p.m.
Coffman Chapel
For more information, contact Wayne Wold at woldw@hood.edu.

Portal on Campus
March 19-April 9, All Day
Hood College Residential Quad
Hood College will host an international portal, getting a chance to teleconference with people from all over the world.
For more information, contact Paige Eager at eager@hood.edu.

Graduate School Instant Admission Event
March 20, 11:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
For more information, contact the Susan Kowalski at kowalski@hood.edu.

Passion and Profession with Natasha Bowens
March 21, 7 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
For more information, contact Beth O’Malley at omalley@hood.edu.

Career and Internship Fair
March 22, 3:30-6 p.m.
BB&T Arena, Volpe Athletic Center
For more information, contact Maura Page at page@hood.edu.

Undergraduate Admission Open House
March 24, All Day
Whitaker Campus Center
High school students and families are welcome to our spring open house to learn more about studying at Hood.
For more information, contact admission@hood.edu or call 301-696-3400.

Cultural Transformation and Gender
March 29, 7-8:30 p.m.
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
Kathryn Stockton, Ph.D., dean of the School for Cultural and Social Transformation, associate vice president for equity and diversity, and distinguished professor of English at the University of Utah, will speak about race and gender.
For more information, contact Michelle Gricus at gricus@hood.edu.

April 2018

American Red Cross Blood Drive
April 2, 1-6:30 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
Hosted by the Ionic Society
For more information, contact Melanie Eyler at eylerm@hood.edu

Concert by the Queen’s Six
April 4, 7:30 p.m.
Brodbeck Music Hall
For more information, contact Wayne Wold at woldw@hood.edu

Cybersecurity Program Launch
April 5, 5-9 p.m.
5:30-7 p.m., Brodbeck Music Hall: Reception
7-8 p.m., Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall: Inaugural Lecture of the Cotton Cybersecurity Lecture Series with General Keith Alexander
8-9 p.m., Rosenstock Hall: Lecture Follow-Up and Networking
For more information, contact the Susan Kowalski at kowalski@hood.edu.

Bring a Broom
April 7
Downtown Frederick
For more information, visit downtownfrederick.org.

Spring Ensemble Dance Concert
April 13 and 14, 6 p.m.
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
For more information, contact Fran Marsili at marsili@hood.edu.

Celebrating Hood College’s Roots: Reform Church
April 15, 10:30 a.m.
10 West Church Street, Downtown Frederick
To honor ERUCC’s part in the founding of Hood and the church’s continuing support for education, President Chapdelaine will speak at mass. Special recognition will be given to Hood graduates.
For more information, contact Beth O’Malley at omalley@hood.edu.

Nepali New Year Celebration
April 17, 4-6 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
For more information, contact Susan Kowalski at kowalski@hood.edu.

Liberation Weekend
April 20-21, All Day
Whitaker Campus Center
For more information, contact Travis Eichelberger at eichelberger@hood.edu.

Senior Day: Men’s Lacrosse vs. Lycoming
April 21, 1 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field

Senior Day: Softball vs. Albright
April 21, 1 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field

For more information on all athletic events, visit hoodathletics.com.

Hood’s First Pitch Competition
April 26, 4-9 pm
Brodbeck Music Hall
For more information, contact David Gurzick at gurzick@hood.edu.

Senior Day: Baseball vs. Widener
April 28, 3 p.m.
FCC Baseball Field

Senior Day: Women’s Lacrosse vs. Alvernia
April 28, 1 p.m.
Thomas Athletic Field

Senior Day: Tennis vs. Lycoming
April 28, 1 p.m.
Tennis Complex

For more information on all athletic events, visit hoodathletics.com.

May 2018

Honors Convocation
May 5, TBA

Green Neighbor Festival Day
May 12, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Culler Lake, Baker Park
Celebrate environmental sustainability and stewardship in Frederick County at the Green Neighbor Festival held at Culler Lake, Baker Park. Start with a sustainability bike ride through the City of Frederick, attend the festival around the lake featuring businesses and organizations promoting environmental friendly practices, release a native bluegill to the lake, and attend a “Sustainability Bite” to learn tips on being a better environmental steward. More activities and entertainment are being planned.
For more information, contact Susan Simonson at simonson@hood.edu.

Three-Minute Thesis Competition
May 15, 6-9 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
Graduate students will compete to explain their thesis or project in three minutes, in an easy-to-understand manner, to an audience.
For more information, contact Susan Kowalski at kowalski@hood.edu.

Commencement Ceremony
May 19, 10 a.m.
Hood College Residential Quad
For more information, visit www.hood.edu/commencement.

June 2018

Lecture: Lynn Pasquerella
June 8, All Day
Hodson Auditorium, Rosenstock Hall
For more information, contact Laurie Ward at ward@hood.edu.

Reunion Weekend
June 8-10, All Day
Hood College Campus
Celebrating our classes that end in 3 and 8. For registration, visit www.hood.edu/reunion.

Iftar Dinner
June 11, 7:30 p.m.
Whitaker Campus Center
For more information, contact Susan Kowalski at kowalski@hood.edu.

Frederick Pride
June 23, All Day
Downtown Frederick