Davis Center News

You’re invited: Spring Block Party ’22

Spring Block Party is back! Meet us at the new/temporary DC space–the Bascom House at 33 Stetson Court in Williamstown, Mass on Monday the 16th of May from 5pm to 8pm for lots of good reasons: good food! good music! See good friends, make good friends! to celebrate good folk… Continue reading »

Davis Center Awards: submission form now open!

 A lot of people have made extraordinary efforts to connect, so we created new categories to recognize your amazing creativity and engagement under pressure. Nominate in one category or all! Make sure to tell us *why* you think that nominee deserves the recognition. Descriptions for each category… Continue reading »

Let’s Party Hardy! Let the building stage begin!

The Hardy House is steeped in history and is worthy of celebrating and honoring.  Please consider joining the DC and Building teams to not only honor the Hardy House–which is having to come down (it can’t be made accessible) and will be replaced with a beautiful new space that can… Continue reading »

Bascom House-warming: You’re invited!

The DC team hustled and bustled throughout the Spring Break and are tremendously excited about how well the ‘new’ space came out!  It’s a lovely space with many places to study, relax, socialize, mobilize and inspire!  We will be hosting a small ‘housewarming’ party on Monday the 11th of… Continue reading »

Apply to be a 2022-2023 CEF

The Community Engagement Fellows are a Davis Center trained, peer-to-peer education group. The DC Community Engagement Fellows work closely with the DC staff and are part of the Davis Center’s effort to provide education for the campus on issues of identity, power, and privilege in order to build a more… Continue reading »

BEANS! Join the DC and Images Cinema!

Please join The Davis Center and Images Cinema for a screening of Beans, with a talkback to follow by Dr. Eli Nelson (kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk)) at 7:30 PM, Wed Mar 2, at Images Cinema. Free and open to the public. Beans is Mohawk writer and director Tracey Deer’s debut narrative feature; it… Continue reading »