Elkin Hall Great Room
Folger Hall Private Dining Room
Intrusion is a solo play with eight characters played by Qurrat Ann Kadwani. Twenty years in the future, sexual violence has been eradicated until one woman comes forward about her rape.Audiences of all backgrounds and ages can see how we all contribute to the perpetuation of rape culture by understanding how this event affects different sectors of our society. The Narrator is a college student who motivates the audience to speak up and finds her voice. Other characters include Journalist, Prosecutor, Daytrader, Politician, Psychologist, 3rd Grader, and Professor who help the audience learn about sexual violence statistics, Title IX history, self-defense moves, and the complexity of sexual violence against women.
Stop by Elkin Hall on Halloween
from 6-8:30 for a spooktacular time! We have a variety of activities and competitions
planned, like Painting Pumpkins, Witch Hat Toss, Making a Mummy, and more!
MASS, Office of International Education, SkillZone, Queer Colors, LGBTQIA
Support, and Pride Alliance are excited to present this evening of tricks and
treats for the campus community! We’re sure this is an evening that will lift
HUB Ohio Room
What do you think it takes to be a good leader? Join the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement as we discuss leadership and ways in which to develop your leadership skills.Sometimes, being a leader means having to choose to do the unpopular or “unsafe” option, even when you know it’s the right one.
Come learn about a topic not discussed in the classroom and enjoy a free lunch with us.
Come to this MASS sponsored event to create discussion, community, and fellowship. Light refreshments will be served.
In honor of Veterans Day, join us for this program to honor those who have served and are currently serving our nation.
Come learn about a topic not covered in the classroom and enjoy a free lunch with us.
Known for her representation as Brendan Dassey’s lawyer in the Netflix series Making a Murderer and Damien Echols of the notorious West Memphis Three case, Laura Nirider is the co-director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions. Nearly a quarter of all wrongful convictions involve individuals who falsely confessed to crimes they didn’t commit.Nirider introduces her audience to this fascinating psychological phenomenon and uses stories of real-life murder interrogations to explain how commonly used interrogation tactics can cause not only the guilty, but also the innocent, to confess. She blows up common myths about the justice system and explains why children are particularly likely to falsely confess to crimes they didn’t commit. Along the way, she will share her inspirational personal story of professional dream-chasing.
Come to this MASS sponsored event to create discussion, community and fellowship. Light refreshments will be served.