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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

7:00:00 PM - To Gain Title to Our Bodies: Black Women, Rape and Resistance--a New History of the Civil Rights Movement - Dr. Danielle McGuire, a historian from Wayne State University, will speak on her research about the women who started the civil rights movement in Alabama. She is the keynote speaker for the symposium on Equality Matters: Conversations on Gender and Race.

Dulany Auditorium

Mosley, Mary - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

12:00:00 PM - Hanging With the Hounds - Make time to get rid of your mid-term stress by hanging with the hounds! Studies show that animals relieve stress and lower anxiety. We have set aside 2 hours (12:00 pm to 2:00 pm) to play with puppies, bury your face in fur and enjoy the company of our four legged friends! Fill out a brief assessment for our Mentor/Mentee project to see if hanging with the hounds makes a difference for you!

Tucker Lawn

Wilson, Elizabeth - 0.5 point(s)

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

12:00:00 PM - From Jackie to Black Lives Matter: Civil Rights, Race, and Sports in America - Former WWU professor, Steven Hageman, will explore how sports are often on the front lines of change in race relations. The success of black athletes often challenges existing racial stereotypes. Americans love winners and that has often given African American athletes a platform to advocate for social change. Black athletes have had an important voice in the American dialogue about race.

Ivy Room

Hull, Shawn - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

4:00:00 PM - Broken - International Film Series - Broken - 91 minutes - Not rated. Eleven-year-old Skunk lives a carefree life with her loving father, brother, and nanny. One day she witnesses a savage confrontation between two neighbors and is unwittingly drawn into her neighbors' unfolding melodrama. Her home, neighborhood, and school become treacherous environments where the happy certainties of childhood give way to fear-filled doubt. Her recovery from her traumatic experiences depends on the intense love of those closest to her. In English.

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

4:00:00 PM - Difficult Dialogues Interactive Theatre - Participants from the Difficult Dialogues program at the University of Missouri present an interactive theatre program. It is designed to stimulate rigorous intellectual inquiry, and to empower students to express opposing views respectfully and in the spirit of open-mindedness. Program activities provide an environment in which differing views are defended, heard, and considered by those who hold conflicting ideas and values across cultures. A typical performance includes a 10-minute sketch in which a class or student study group encounters diversity issues they don't know how to handle. After the brief scene has been performed, the actors remain in character and engage in dialogue with the audience. Following small group discussion, the actors begin to re-enact the scene, but audience members are invited to volunteer to replace the instructor and try out their own ideas to improve the situation.

Dulany Auditorium

Travis Tamerius, Center for Ethics and Global Studies - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

7:00:00 PM - Broken - International Film Series - Broken - 91 minutes - Not rated. Eleven-year-old Skunk lives a carefree life with her loving father, brother, and nanny. One day she witnesses a savage confrontation between two neighbors and is unwittingly drawn into her neighbors' unfolding melodrama. Her home, neighborhood, and school become treacherous environments where the happy certainties of childhood give way to fear-filled doubt. Her recovery from her traumatic experiences depends on the intense love of those closest to her. In English. Repeat event. Point only awarded once.

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

7:30:00 PM - Theo Peoples performs music from Motown - Theo Peoples is unique in being a member of both The Temptations and The Four Tops. A Grammy Award winner, his music pays tribute to the Motown sound as well as rhythm and blues.

Dulany Auditorium

Koonse, Cyndi - 1 point(s)

Thursday, March 3, 2016

3:30:00 PM - Stories Along The Way - Panel Discussion - Three advocates, Steve Calloway, Karina Galve Peritore and Mary Mosley, will discuss the changes that have occurred in their lifetimes with regard to gender and race. Calloway is President of the Minority Men's Association in Columbia, Galve Peritore is a teacher in Columbia who has also worked in several different countries, and Mosley is a WWU professor who is a long-time member of the National Organization for Women. The panel will be moderated by Shawn Hull, WWU Director of Advancement.

Dulany Auditorium

Hull, Shawn - 1 point(s)

Thursday, March 3, 2016

7:00:00 PM - Lessons from Ferguson - Amy Hunter of Metro St. Louis YWCA explores the recent events in Ferguson through the lens of healing, social justice and humanity. She focuses on the community's opportunity to learn and grow from these events.

Dulany Auditorium

Petrescu, Nicole - 1 point(s)

Friday, March 4, 2016

6:00:00 PM - In His Service by CA Neilson - The final event of the symposium, Equality Matters: Conversations on Gender and Race, In His Service is a fictionalized stage play about the trial of the slave Celia, who was tried for killing her master on account of sexual abuse. Her trial was held in Callaway County in 1855. The story is primarily told from the perspective of Betti Jamison, the daughter of Celia’s attorney and Celia. Betti and Celia, while both from different racial and economic backgrounds, discover that as women, they share the effects of inequality under the law. The play will be performed in the reader’s theater style and will be shown at the First Christian Church. Donations made to CARDV are accepted in lieu of an entry fee. (First Christian Church, 6 East 7th Street, Fulton, MO)

Off Campus

Kramer, Cynthia - 1 point(s)

Friday, March 4, 2016

7:00:00 PM - In His Service Playwright Reception - Following the play In His Service by CA Neilson, students who attended the play will have the opportunity to speak with the playwright at the Playhouse Bistro. CA (Cate) Neilson formerly resided in the childhood home of Betti Jamison, located on Court Street in Fulton. Neilson is a free-lance editor, researcher and writer who has written numerous novels and screenplays based on her historical research. She has won numerous writing awards. Currently, she resides in Paris, Kentucky, where Betti Jamison taught school for a number of years. (Playhouse Bistro, 613 Court Street, Fulton, MO)

Off Campus

Kramer, Cynthia - 1 point(s)

Friday, March 4, 2016

9:00:00 PM - Disc Golf-March - Come Down to Weider Fitness Center and test your skills on our Disc Golf Course! See you on the links! Limit two rounds of disc golf per month.

Weider Fitness Center

Decker, Logan - 0.5 point(s)

Monday, March 7, 2016

12:00:00 PM - Hanging With the Hounds - Make time to get rid of your mid-term stress by hanging with the hounds! Studies show that animals relieve stress and lower anxiety. We have set aside 2 hours (12:00 pm to 2:00 pm) to play with puppies, bury your face in fur and enjoy the company of our four legged friends! Fill out a brief assessment for our Mentor/Mentee project to see if hanging with the hounds makes a difference for you! Repeat event. LEAD credit only awarded once.

Tucker Lawn

Wilson, Elizabeth - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

4:00:00 PM - Digital Divide - Could you imagine your life without television, smart phones and the Internet? For varying demographics and regions, this life is a reality. The digital divide is a social issue that refers to the gap of individuals who have access to information and technology and those who do not have access. Join the Communication Senior Seminar class to learn more about the issue and break into groups to participate in problem-solving scenarios.

Ivy Room

Alpers-Springer, Melissa - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

4:00:00 PM - Human Capital - International Film Series - Human Capital - 110 minutes - Not rated. A riveting and stylish modern-day morality tale of class, greed, and desire, this story follows the fates of two families whose destinies become further entwined when a hit and run accident sets in motion a chain of events, triggering dangerous consequences that change their lives forever. In Italian with English subtitles.

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

7:00:00 PM - Human Capital - International Film Series - Human Capital - 110 minutes - Not rated. A riveting and stylish modern-day morality tale of class, greed, and desire, this story follows the fates of two families whose destinies become further entwined when a hit and run accident sets in motion a chain of events, triggering dangerous consequences that change their lives forever. In Italian with English subtitles. Repeat event. Point only awarded once.

Library Auditorium

Dudley, Erlene - 1 point(s)

Friday, March 11, 2016

9:00:00 PM - Disc Golf-March - Come Down to Weider Fitness Center and test your skills on our Disc Golf Course! See you on the links! Limit two rounds of disc golf per month.

Weider Fitness Center

Decker, Logan - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

6:00:00 PM - 10 Rules For Dealing With The Police - Students will learn how to interact with law enforcement officers.

Model Courtroom

Kramer, Cynthia - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

6:00:00 PM - Deaftropolis - Students will enter the World of Deaftropolis and switch roles with members of the deaf community living their everyday lives going to the store, bank, post office, etc. Those once hearing clerks, waiters, cashiers, etc. are now deaf or hard-of-hearing. Also in Deaftropolis, students who choose to visit the Post Office to write post cards to our Troops overseas.

Burton Basement

Davis, Becky - 1 point(s)

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

6:30:00 PM - Wisdom for Wellness Series: Hungry For Change - This documentary movie exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight loss and food industries don't want you to know about. It discusses deceptive strategies used that are designed to keep you coming back for more. Find out what's keeping you from having the body and health you deserve.

Library Auditorium

Burton, Jennifer - 1 point(s)

Friday, March 18, 2016

9:00:00 PM - Disc Golf-March - Come Down to Weider Fitness Center and test your skills on our Disc Golf Course! See you on the links! Limit two rounds of disc golf per month.

Weider Fitness Center

Decker, Logan - 0.5 point(s)

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

6:00:00 PM - Teri Griege - President's Concert & Lecture Series Event! Griege began running marathons in her 40's, and her interest in endurance events led her to triathlons. When she was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer, she deepened her resolve to complete the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. She trained for this grueling race while undergoing chemotherapy, and at age 50, she crossed the finish line in Kona. She now brings her inspiring message, Powered by Hope, to a variety of groups and organizations.

Cutlip Auditorium

Barnett, Jahnae - 2 point(s)

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

7:00:00 PM - Athletic Training Program Senior Capstone Case Presentations - In honor of March being National Athletic Trainers' Month, the graduation seniors of William Woods' Athletic Training Education Program will present their capstone project: a case study on a unique or interesting injury witnessed during one of their clinical practicums.

Library Auditorium

Middleton, Steve - 1 point(s)

Friday, March 25, 2016

9:00:00 PM - Disc Golf-March - Come Down to Weider Fitness Center and test your skills on our Disc Golf Course! See you on the links! Limit two rounds of disc golf per month.

Weider Fitness Center

Decker, Logan - 0.5 point(s)

Thursday, March 31, 2016

9:00:00 PM - Disc Golf-March - Come Down to Weider Fitness Center and test your skills on our Disc Golf Course! See you on the links! Limit two rounds of disc golf per month.

Weider Fitness Center

Decker, Logan - 0.5 point(s)