Still relegated to student forums, AASC is fighting to get a course cluster for Asian American Studies.
On Monday, April 27, Janel Davis ’99, currently a social worker for the Connecticut Public Defender’s Office, returned to the University to discuss her nearly 15-year career in the Human Service Field.
WSA members drafted a resolution to increase the staff in CAPS.
On Thursday, April 2, students gathered in Usdan to sign a petition to extend the hours of operation for the University’s Freeman Athletic Center.
On March 4, the University’s Arts Coalition Collective held their first official meeting.
WesKink and Students for Consent and Communication hosted a discussion on the issues portrayed in “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Dr. Feryal Salem, Assistant Professor of Islamic Scriptures and Law, lectured on women’s contribution to Muslim scholarship and academia. The presentation was part of the Muslim Women’s Voices program sponsored by the University. “The point of our project is to expand awareness, knowledge, and understanding of Muslim cultures through the lens of the performing arts,” […]
President Roth goes “Beyond the University” to defend liberal education in his talk at Memorial Chapel on Tuesday, Feb. 3.
This spring, the University will host its first symposium on the topic of “risk.”
Professor of Film Studies A.O. Scott hosted a panel with three different professional critics to discuss the meaning and art of criticism.
Sophie Massey ’15 and hir student forum invite students and faculty to explore the politics and economy of the University.
Three students are organizing a new service for entrepreneurial students interested in creating startups.
Activist and writer Federici hosts a public discussion in the Center for African American Studies.