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Art Exhibit: "Comix Body"

Days: October 21-November 1 Time: 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Location: Kittredge Hall, Kittredge Gallery

This is an art exhibit that considers how bodies move through the world—as sensitive skin, as vulnerable meat, as human, as animal. Highlighting the work of independent comic artists and their unique skill of bringing life out of line, the exhibit offers intimate witness to the surprising, stigmatized, or raw realities that give shape to the body, its experiences, and its interactions…

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The Escalation Workshop: Healthy Relationships and Signs of Dating Violence

Day: October 21 Time: 7 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Location: Schneebeck Concert Hall

Come learn about healthy relationships and signs of dating violence. All new students will participate in the Escalation Workshop and learn about the signs of dating violence and how to support a friend or loved one that might find themselves in that danger.

Here are the facts: one in three women and one in four men will be in an abusive relationship in his or her lifetime…

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Art Exhibit: "Memory Lame: An Unforgettable Installation"

Days: October 22-January 25 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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Sunday, October 21

Film Screening: Far From the Tree

Day: October 21 Time: 2 p.m. Location: McIntyre Hall, Rausch Auditorium

Join us! This screening is part of the ASUPS campus films series.

Far From the Tree follows families meeting extraordinary challenges through love, empathy, and understanding. This life-affirming documentary encourages us to cherish loved ones for all they are, not who they might have been.

This event is sponsored by the philosophy department. Co-sponsored by the bioethics…

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Monday, October 22

Chiapas Media Project: "From the Zapatistas and Beyond"

Day: October 22 Time: 6 a.m.–8 a.m. Location: Wyatt Hall, Room 109

Started in 1998, the groundbreaking, award-winning, bi-national indigenous media organization Chiapas Media Project/Promedios will tour the U.S. in celebration of its 20th anniversary. There will be screenings of documentary films focused on indigenous rights and human rights, produced in the Mexican states of Guerrero and Chihuahua, as well as screenings of old and new Zapatista…

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Bollywood Film Screening: Sholay

Day: October 22 Time: 5:30 p.m.–8:45 p.m. Location: McIntyre Hall, Room 103

Films are screened as part of Professor Joshi’s Bollywood Cinema course. Visitors are welcome but requested to arrive on time and remain for the full screening. Please contact Professor Joshi  with any questions at pjoshi@pugetsound.edu.

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Kayak Pool Sessions

Day: October 22 Time: 8 p.m.–10 p.m. Location: Athletics & Aquatics Center

Practice kayak skills and hang out with cool people! No experience required. Contact expy@pugetsound.edu for more information.

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Tuesday, October 23

United Methodist Church Affiliation Review Team: Open Meeting with Students

Day: October 23 Time: 3 p.m. Location: Trimble Hall, Trimble Forum

Founded by Methodist clergy, our university today is a fully independent institution that maintains its status as a church-related and affiliated institution in accordance with shared history, values, and educational principles. These include access to education, academic freedom, social justice, environmental stewardship, interfaith dialogue, and global focus. Affiliation is not a statement of alignment with church doctrine or beliefs.

The nearly 100 other institutions who share affiliation status…

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United Methodist Church Affiliation Review Team: Open Meeting with Faculty and Staff

Day: October 23 Time: 3:45 p.m.

Founded by Methodist clergy, our university today is a fully independent institution that maintains its status as a church-related and affiliated institution in accordance with shared history, values, and educational principles. These include access to education, academic freedom, social justice, environmental stewardship, interfaith dialogue, and global focus. Affiliation is not a statement of alignment with church doctrine or beliefs.

The nearly 100 other institutions who share affiliation status…

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Lecture: "States of Incarceration and the Humanities Action Lab"

Day: October 23 Time: 4 p.m.–5 p.m. Location: Wheelock Student Center, Rasmussen Rotunda

Shana Russell, Rutgers University, will present this talk.

The national States of Incarceration project focuses on the past, present, and future of incarceration, exploring the explosion of prisons and incarcerated people in the US—including immigration detention centers—and its global dimensions. States of Incarceration brings together a national community of over 500 people…

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