Location: The League Underground
Will Be Performing To The HYPEST Tracks!!!
Come See The Hottest Dance Group On Campus:
Where: The League Underground
When: Thurs., Oct. 25, 8:30-11 PM
Cost: FREE!!! Refreshments Will Be Provided
Location: Downtown Library Multi-Purpose Room
Town Hall Meeting: Immigration: Policy, Effects and Significance in
Our Communities - Cosponsored by the League of Women Voters
Tuesday October 23, 2007: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm -- Downtown Library
Location: 2150 Dow
BlueLab General Body Meeting tomorrow (Tuesday October 23) evening at 6pm in 2150 Dow. We'll be hearing project updates and watching William McDonough's TED talk on Cradle to Cradle design. Never heard of Cradle to Cradle? Come learn more! Know everything there is to know about it? Come enlighten us during the discussion after the podcast. Oh, and as always, we'll be providing free dinner.
Location: Angell Hall 3154
Drama discussion group
WEDNESDAY, October 17, 4:00, Angell Hall 3154.
Beckett plays reading, discussion.
We will be reading through and discussing Beckett's ROCKABY and OHIO IMPROMPTU
Refreshments will be provided.
Location: 2239 Lane Hall
Art, the Abject and Neo-Aesthetics - Renee C. Hoogland, Visiting Scholar
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location: MSA Chambers, Union
Domestic Partner Discussion
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location: 1013 Dow
Medtronics Tech Talk
Location: 1636 School of Social Work Building
CCS Noon Lecture Series: China through a Global Lens -
The Politics of Quality (suzhi) in the Global Economy
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
School of Social Work Building
Location: Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main
Anti-Racist Cookbook Discussion, Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main, 7pm
The Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice will be
holding a race discussion using the Anti-Racist Cookbook facilitation
guide. This discussion is not your average academic lecture on
race--the hope is that we can create a really honest and enlightening
dialogue about how race and racism affects people from all backgrounds
Location: 3222 Angell Hall
Wednesday, October 3, from 1-3 pm
3222 Angell Hall
Anthony Lee is Associate Professor of Art History at Mount Holyoke College and a leading scholar of American Studies, visual culture studies, and the history of art.
His lecture will be drawn from his ongoing work on the social history of Asian America and the photographic history of its representation.
Please join us for refreshments and a lively discussion!
For further information, contact Sara Blair, firstname.lastname@example.org