HUB Ohio Room
Join the Council on Spiritual and Religious Life (CSRL) for a panel discussion on respectfully engaging in difficult dialogue. Panel members of different faiths will discuss how to have conversations that might not always be comfortable but are important, and how to do so in an appropriate manner.
Cosponsored by the Six O'Clock Series.
MCSLE in Elkin Hall - Great Room
Explore the historical role of women in the US Military. Light refreshments and attendance vouchers will be available.
Bus departs MCSLE at Elkin Hall
MASS sponsored bus trip to Washington, DC. $10 Deposit required. Free dinner at American University.
Elkin Hall Great Room
Come share your talents, voice and experience through poetry, spoken word, or song. Both original pieces and famous works welcome. Sign up on line at BIT.LY/SIRSIGNUP or at the door. Free and open to all.
Osama Alomar, an exiled poet/fiction writer from Syria, is currently living in Pittsburgh as a guest of City of Asylum, a home for exiled writers from around the world. His publications include "The Teeth of the Comb & Other Stories" and "Fullblood Arabian" (poetry). He will share some of his poetry and fiction in relation to his life in Syria and the political situation there in the midst of oppression and war.
Pride Alliance, LGBTQIA Support, and MASS present the Queer Art Showcase. Refreshments will be provided, and prizes will be awarded.
Any person who wishes to participate (including musicians, singers, performers, and artists) should email Kate Seale at email@example.com by Friday, March 29 at 4:00 p.m. with their name, preferred pronouns, medium of the piece, title of the piece, and a brief description of the piece.
With the escalation of hate, this discussion about the dangers of hate is more important every day. Holocaust survivors Judah Samet, Solange Lebowitz, Shulamit Bastacky, and Moshe Baran will talk about their experiences surrounding the Holocaust. Scholars Mahal Freidman, Peter Black, and Martin Dean will discuss other victims of hate, past and current Antisemitism, and how ordinary citizens, police, and military members became killers or bystanders to murder during the Holocaust.
Understanding the Kavei Koula'e Fa or the Four Golden Rules: Love, Respect, Humility and Keeping Good Relations.
Freedom of speech is not only an important individual right, it's essential to a healthy democracy, and absolutely vital to the core mission of the University. As a public university, IUP is committed to the ideals of free speech protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.
This panel discussion will focus on issues that face migrant workers in Indiana County and how they impact its local agricultural and food service industries. These issues have received little public attention and discussion, especially with regard to the local need and void of "unskilled labor" occupations that include hazardous work conditions, unskilled pay rates, and fulfilling long hours of work.