In preparation for Timothy Morton’s talk on campus in April, join the American Communities Program reading group for the first of two sessions to discuss Morton’s latest work. Contact English professor Maria Karafilis at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the reading.
Whether you're a recent graduate or wanting to refresh your professional toolkit, we've got you covered. The Career Development Center is opening its doors for alumni to meet with Career Center staff, get a full tour of the services provided and meet with local recruiters.
Achinoam Nini, known internationally as Noa, makes a rare concert appearance on the Luckman stage showcasing her most popular songs from her 26-year recording career, spanning 15 international albums, and several domestic Israeli releases, including her latest recording, Love Medicine. The selections will be sung in English, Hebrew, and Arabic. Noa is one of Israel’s leading singer-songwriters, having shared the stage with superstars such as Sting, Pat Metheny, Quincy Jones, Stevie Wonder, Andrea Bocelli, and many more.
Student organization advisors are invited to learn about University policies, procedures and fall semester opportunities. Meet fellow faculty and staff advisors and connect with Center for Student Involvement staff to answer your questions and gain strategies for working with and developing student groups. RSVP by calling CSI at 323-343-5110 by Friday, Feb. 16.
We're queering up your causal Loteria game. Join the Chicanx Latinx Student Resource Center to play Loteria and listen to some fun music, mingle and discuss the QTPOC issues affecting the queer Latinx community.
What are "objects"? Do they think? Can they dance? Do we shape them, or do they shape us and our world in profound, invisible ways? Are they our fellow citizens? Why do these questions matter? Join us as we discuss these questions and more with Graham Harman, philosopher and founder of object-oriented ontology.