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Honors Program Food Drive

Days: November 20-December 14 Time: All Day Location: Wheelock Student Center, The Diner

Got extra dining dollars? Donate to those in need! Donations benefit St. Leo Food Connection’s children’s programs. These programs include their Backpack Program, Break Bags, and Summer Meals which support the 25 percent of Washington children who live in households that struggle to put enough food on the table.

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Art Exhibit: "Terra et Sonus"

Days: November 20-December 8 Time: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Location: Kittredge Hall, Kittredge Gallery

Ong and Gunderson bring their two processes and styles together into an exciting two-person show. Ong shows the environmental microbiome with an emphasis on atmosphere-based bacteria plus a sound piece tracing the movement of the wind. Gunderson, assistant professor of art, will show his unearthly ceramic forms, made from earth itself.

Gallery Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m…

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Monday, October 22

Art Exhibit: "Memory Lame: An Unforgettable Installation"

Day: October 22 Time: 9 a.m.–9 p.m. Location: Collins Memorial Library

This installation, by Jessica Spring and Scott Gruber, utilizes paper, an organic material attributed with memory from the moment it is formed, and letterpress printing, which makes a literal impression. Touching on all the senses, viewers are challenged to create their own treasure-house of ideas while contributing to our collective memories. Partially funded by a Tacoma Artist…

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Tuesday, November 20

Lecture: "Talking Trash: Using Geochemistry to Quantify Human Food Sources in the Diets of Urban Wildlife in Tacoma and Seattle"

Day: November 20 Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: The Swiss Restaurant and Pub, 1904 Jefferson Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402

Kena Fox-Dobbs, associate professor of geology and environmental policy, will present this talk as part of the Grit City Think and Drink series at UW Tacoma.

Abstract: "The most abundant and ubiquitous wildlife species in human-dominated landscapes are mesocarnivores, and here in the Pacific Northwest our urban centers are home to large populations of co-occurring raccoons…

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