The Days Massolo Center in collaboration with faculty from the Government, Mathematics, Philosophy and Anthropology departments is sponsoring a new series of talks to facilitate community understanding of a variety of important topics.
Professor Ian Smith will talk about Shakespeare, Race and Cultural Blindspots. His current book project is Black Shakespeare, which examines Shakespeare's pervasive interest in blackness as a social political identity.
Minds for Change’s goal is to be a student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy group. Minds for Change hopes to increase students’ awareness of mental health issues and provide information to students regarding mental health. Additionally, Minds for Change hopes to bridge the gap between students and the mental health community, empower...
Queer Student Union weekly meeting to discuss various LGBTQIAP+ issues on a local and national level. Queer students and allies alike are welcome to attend! See email for more specific information on the topic of the week.
Native speakers of nine different languages (Spanish, Hungarian, Greek, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Arabic, Hindi, Swahili) will introduce the history, alphabet, pronunciation, and phrases of their language. We will start by giving a comparison of the basic phrases in nine different languages; then, we will give interactive presentations on each o...
Intro to Hockey by the Men's Hockey Head Coach Rob Haberbusch. Open to all students, faculty, and staff. Come learn about the rules of the game before Tuesday's Women's (1PM) and Men's Hockey (4:30PM) Games! -Hosted by Student Assembly Cultural Affairs Committee, Thanksgiving Programming
Self-care hour -- come enjoy an hour of chilling with face masks, catching up with friends, and writing Thanksgiving thank-you cards! Hosted by Student Assembly Cultural Affairs Committee