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Professor Itai Cohen will present
Electronically integrated cell sized robots

Tuesday, October 29th 12:10 pm in CNS 333
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The documentary A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde will screen on Wednesday, October 30. Free and open to the public, the event will begin at 6 pm in the Park Auditorium, followed by a discussion with Dr. Nia Nunn and publisher Nancy K. Bereano

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Please join us Wednesday, October 30th at 7:00pm in Emerson Suites for the 2019 Distinguished Speaker in the Humanities: Jacquelyn Dowd Hall 

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 Dr. Timuçin Çevikoğlu is a world-renowned conductor, researcher, educator, vocal artist and ney (flute), kudum (kettle drum), and dendir (frame drum) player. He will be giving a lecture/performance on Wednesday, October 30th at 9:00 and 11:00 am in Nabenhauer Recital Room (Whalen Center for Music).

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The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen LGBTQ film series will screen the documentary The Lavender Scare on Tuesday November 5. Free and open to the public, the film will be shown at 6 p.m. in Textor 103

The film tells the little-known story of an unrelenting campaign by the federal government to identify and fire all employees suspected of being gay or lesbian. In 1953, President Eisenhower declared them a threat to national security and unfit for government service. Over the next four decades, tens of thousands of government workers lost their jobs for no reason other than their sexual orientation. But the actions of the government had an unintended effect. They inadvertently helped ignite the gay rights movement. 

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Mary Jo Dudley, Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program at Cornell University will present on challenges facing migrant farm workers and their families. Wednesday October 30, 2019, 7pm-8pm, Clark Lounge Campus Center. 

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Join us next week for a series of conversations titled “The Sacred and the Strange: A Very Queer Spirituality” with the Rev. M Barclay on October 27-28, 2019.

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Students, faculty, staff, and community members are welcome to join us for a discussion with local labor leaders. We will talk about labor conditions in education and beyond.

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 Learn how to conduct industry research.

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The Department of Writing's Distinguished Visiting Writers Series presents literary journalist Ted Conover on Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 7 pm in Textor Hall 101.

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Professor Ryan J. Trovitch will present
Catalysis with Earth-Abundant Metals at Arizona State University

Tuesday, October 22nd 12:10 pm in CNS 333
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Students are also invited to meet informally with the speaker at 4pm in the CNS 3rd floor Atrium.

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Toni Cade Bambara asked this question 40 years ago in The Salt Eaters.  Right now, it is more relevant than ever for every / body.  However, how do we get well when we have not named the things that have wounded and continue to wound us?  What are the connections between being well and being free?  How can Black Studies be a path that helps us acknowledge the struggle of birth AND untether us from the struggles that (will) kill us?  Most importantly:  When or if we get free, how do we stay free?

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Award winning journalist Todd Miller will speak about his new book that traces the emergence of U.S. border regime covering thousands of miles outside of American territory. Is heightened border enforcement making the world safer or more peaceful?

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Literary journalist Ted Conover will give a public reading on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 7:00 pm in 101 Textor Hall.

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On Friday, October 18th, Professor Haefeli (Music History) will present at the University of Maryland's Musicology Colloquium. 

The years 1967–69 were important for the composer John Cage as his musical aesthetics and political philosophy shifted in significant ways during this time.

Based on a comprehensive study of Cage’s letters and ephemera, Haefeli claims that Cage’s work turned away from the more radical actions of the early 1960s to more traditionally conceived and composed music, poetry, and art by the end of the decade. 

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Professor Kara Bren will present

Engineered Biomolecular Catalysts for Fuel Production

Tuesday, October 15th 12:10 pm in CNS 333
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Students are also invited to meet informally with the speaker at 4pm in the CNS 3rd floor Atrium.

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Please join us for the formal celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Center for the Study of Culture Race and Ethnicity CSCRE. This event will be part reception, part panel discussion and all celebration. The reception will begin at 4:00 pm with a panel to follow at 4:30 pm.  The reception will resume after the panel ends around 5:30 pm.

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The Society of Professional Journalists invites you to a reel critique and Q&A with NBC New York reporter Ray Villeda '07 on Monday, October 14 at 7:00 p.m. in Park 223. 

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InFinity Presentation

Contributed by Melanie Reyes on 10/08/19 

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Please join William Guerrero, Vice President of Finance and Administration this Wednesday, October 9th from 1:00pm - 2:00pm in Clark Lounge. The meeting will include current year financials, next year budget updates, and division updates.

Join the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life today at 4pm in the Muller Chapel for a screening of the film “Dust-Flower-Flame”, a documentary film about the life of Tahirih Qorratol-eyn, a woman of letters, the effect of whose presence on women’s equality movement in the 19th century during the reign of Qajar has continued up until today.  

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