Upcoming Campus Events

Friday, 10/9

  • Block Party 
    • 6-11 p.m. @ Swartz Hall Patio, McDonnell Amphitheatre, Uptown and other outdoor spaces
    • Join us for our yearly Block Party. There will be BMX bike shows in the small lot by Seventh Street Studio at 7:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. Laser tag and other activities will be at Uptown along with some of your favorite snacks.


Saturday, 10/10

  • KeepingItReel: Movie Night 
    • 7-9 p.m. @ MacDonald Commons, Uptown, and the Swartz Hall Patio
    • Grab your University chairs and join us this fall for all of your favorite throwback movies at Uptown and the Commons. Movies will be shown at 8:30 p.m.


Sunday, 10/11

  • LGBTQ Weekly Film Viewing 
    • 7-10 p.m. @ ELC Forum (272)
    • The Office of LGBTQ Resources is partnering with LGBTQ representations in the media and Camp classes from the English department to show LGBTQ+ film, TV and media representation. Contact the Office of LGBTQ Resources for a schedule.


Monday, 10/12

  • BHC Storytelling Workshop
    • 1-4 p.m. over Zoom
    • Storytelling workshops are part of the BHC Programming Series: “Learning to Live with Floods: History, Change, Remembrance, and Resilience” with Programming Fellow Andrew Stuhl and Presidential Fellow Bethany Fitch. Learn more about sharing your story and registering to attend this event at www.storiesontap.org. 


Tuesday, 10/13

  • BHC Storytelling Workshop
  • Trivia Night 
    • 8-10 p.m. over Zoom
    • Join every Tuesday on Zoom for Trivia. Meeting ID: 324 630 7063 Passcode: pcBb24


Thursday, 10/15

  • BIPP Policy Forum: African Perspectives of the U.S. Election: From West to East Africa
    • 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. over Zoom
    • Panelists will provide commentary on the U.S. election from an African perspective. Meeting ID: 99450825442, Password: 843409
  • Food for Thought 
    • 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. @ Willard Smith Library, Vaughan Lit
    • Food for Thought is a series of philosophical talks for students and facilitated by students. The series is brought to you by Phi Sigma Tau (the International Honors Society in Philosophy) and the Philosophy Club.
  • Griot Reading Group: Artists as Griots
    • 3-5 p.m. over Zoom
    • The 2020-21 theme for the Griot Institute Spring Series is The Griot: Artists, Agitators, and Visionaries – Chronicling Our Stories. This reading group will focus on Artists as Griots by discussing several of Coco Fusco’s art and essays along with Arthur Jafa’s film “Love is the Message, the Message is Death.”
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