General Public

"Film screening of "Saving Mes Aynak" with Introduction by Producer, David Huffman"

Brent Huffman

Medill - Northwestern University

Saving Mes Aynak is a documentary chronicling the fight to save a 2,000-year-old archaeology site in Afghanistan threatened by a Chinese copper mine. Mes Aynak, located in volatile Logar province, is comprised of an ancient 500,000 square meter Buddhist city on top of an even older Bronze age site. Discoveries at the site have the potential to redefine the history of Afghanistan and the history of Buddhism itself.

Colloquium: Dr. Eric Furst

Research in the Furst Groupat the University of Delaware focuses on the physics and chemistry of colloidal, polymeric, biomolecular, and other soft materials. The engineering applications of our work include materials for energy conversion, structured and complex fluids, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.

St Lawrence String Quartet

Stanford’s resident St. Lawrence String Quartet, one of the premier chamber ensembles of its generation, celebrates its 25th anniversary with a sensational series of concerts, including the world premiere of a new commissioned work written for the quartet by America’s foremost contemporary composer, John Adams, and new works by Stanford composers Jonathan Berger and Jaroslaw Kapuscinski. Come celebrate with the foursome. 


Haydn: String Quartet No.5 in E-flat Major, op.1, no. 0 (Opus 0)

Erwin Schullhoff: Five Pieces for String Quartet


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