Invisible Wounds: Legacies of Survival and Resilience will explore a range of social issues and movements as they relate to intergenerational, personal, and societal trauma, and legacies of overcoming. Participants will identify the many ways people are shaped by invisible wounds such as sexual assault, the immigrant experience, racism, mental health challenges, and more.
Come celebrate opening day and enjoy a ballpark inspired menu.
Faculty and staff: Are you interested in incorporating more real-world learning experiences for students in courses or in co-curricular programs? Be sure to attend this workshop on service learning on April 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Cemo Hall Room 101. RSVP by April 4.
The Women in Cybersecurity (WICS) student organization will hold its second general meeting. At this meeting, they will discuss vision, objectives, and upcoming events and opportunities. Refreshments will be provided. Come out to have fun and network with officers, members and other students. All are welcome.
An invitation to a sophisticated Manhattan dinner party proves to be a recipe for disaster. Based on the comedy-drama that spawned an all-star classic film, this new opera, premiered in 2017, lovingly pays homage to the Broadway of the 1930s and boasts a large cast of memorable characters.
Once upon a time, a young American woman returned to her native Russia to brush up on the language. Underneath a glamorous Post-Soviet Moscow she discovers an enchanted motherland teeming with evil stepmothers, wicked witches and ravenous bears.