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Grand Opening of the Downtown Center for Community Engagement

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Campus Police Parking Notification: Parking Closures for Friday March 31st

Dear Faculty and Staff: The majority of the Sally Blair Ames south parking lot will be closed on Friday March 31st so that crews can set up for the spring concert. Some employee parking will remain available along the tree-lined row on the left side of…

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What’s Up Thursday-March 30th-Topic: Promoting Social Justice through Urban Agriculture

   Next Session: Thursday, March 30th 12pm-1pm The DisCo (First Floor of Library) Promoting Social Justice through Urban Agriculture What is environmental justice and how can we spread awareness about this social justice issue in our community? In particular, we will discuss an urban gardening initiative happening…

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Political Science Department Distinguished Speaker Series, April 4 @ 7pm

The Department of Political Science and International Studies Distinguished Speaker Series presents:   “US-Iran Relations in the Trump Era – Back to War?” Professor Trita Parsi   Georgetown University President of the National Iranian American Council Recipient of Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order Author…

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Interfaith Women’s Retreat — Applications Due Friday

Registration information can be found on the Campus Ministry Website.

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Dear Dietitian

Dear Dietitian, I have recently read an article about Sodexo Food that has me quite concerned. I have always felt that the food served here was not particularly healthy, and this article has not helped me to feel better about this issue. I want to know why…

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All Things Politics discussion, Monday, April 3rd

SAVE THE DATE AND STOP BY!  COME ALONE OR BRING A FRIEND! All Things Politics  Russia, the West, and the Rest  The reemergence of Russia as a major actor in world politics has been the subject of much recent academic debate. And now, rarely does…

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A discussion of the film “Eye in the Sky”, Wed. April 5 @ 7pm

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Sex Trafficking in the United States, Fri., March 31 @ 3:30pm

Sex Trafficking in the United States Joan Barry Community Activist My Life My Choice Board Member B.U. Law School Human Trafficking Clinic Committee Member Friday, March 31st 3:30pm | Duffy Room 101 Sponsored by the Criminology Club

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Open Class on US Foreign Assistance, April 4th

SAVE THE DATE AND STOP BY!  COME ALONE OR BRING A FRIEND!   The Transformation of US Foreign Assistance Since 2000 David Holdridge Author of “The Avant Garde of Western Civ” A Memoir Open Class The talk is hosted by POL 245: American Foreign Policy….

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