Key, on-campus, university events that are open to all.
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Stouffer Hall and Davis Hall
Educational and School Psychology Department
SPAN is hosting a canned food drive with proceeds being donated to a local food bank.
Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall
The Lively Arts
Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical
rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.
The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.
Academy of Culinary Arts
Make your admissions visit a Weekday Buffet Tour. Culinary and baking students will serve up sweet and savory foods made in class while you tour our kitchens and get the information you need.
The Allenwood, Ackerman Hall
Social Equity and Title IX Office
Tuesday, November 12 through Friday, November 15:
Decolonial Cuisine - A culinary movement honoring the heritage of
Indigenous America through their foodways and dietary choices. Indigenous
America gave the world 3/5 of the crops now in cultivation including corn,
beans, squash, tomatoes, potatoes, peanuts, chili peppers, chocolate, and
vanilla. Come to The Allenwood in
Ackerman Hall for a special menu each day between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00
p.m., November 12-15. Menu and pricing available at Allenwood-Lunch@iup.edu. This event is
co-sponsored by NAAC and the Department of
November is National Native American
Heritage Month! In celebration, the Native
American Awareness Council (NAAC) will be hosting events of interest
next week, November 12-15. All are open to the entire IUP community.
For further information about these
events or the Native American Awareness Council, please contact chairperson
Abigail Adams at 724-357-3932 or email@example.com.
Weyandt Hall Room 006
This is part of our regular Geoscience Seminar Series
Humanities and Social Sciences, rm 117
Arnon Cahen (Bar Ilan University/University of Pittsburgh) will give a talk titled “Explaining the Aspectuality of Perception: A Nonconceptual Account of ‘Seeing As’.”
Kovalchick Convention & Athletic Complex
Zink Dance Studio, Second Floor of Zink Hall
Join the IUP Dance Theater on a journey through the cosmos. Through movement and original music, explore
the dynamic imagery and theories related to the universe.
Directed by Holly Boda-Sutton, with an
original score by David Martynuik, the work will include choreography and
musical performance by invited guest artists.
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Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Center
Haven Project Events
Cheer on the IUP Hawks and stop by the Haven Project's Table to learn more about the It's On Us National Campaign that encourages all of us to be better bystanders, teaches us about power-based violence, and sexual violence prevention.
Visit the table to get some free Haven items including a Green Dot cookie.
Did you know that Women ages 18-24 who are college students are three times more likely than women in general to experience sexual violence. -RAINN.org
Learn what resources are available at IUP for victims of violence and how you can offer support to survivors.
Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center
In George Orwell’s 1984, Winston Smith wrestles with oppression in
Oceania, a place where the Party scrutinizes human actions with
ever-watchful Big Brother. Defying a ban on individuality, Winston dares
to express his thoughts in a diary and pursues a relationship with
Julia. These criminal deeds bring Winston into the eye of the
opposition, who then must reform the nonconformist.
1984 introduced the watchwords for life without freedom: BIG BROTHER
IS WATCHING YOU. Written in 1944 near the end of World
War II, 1984 depicts a society controlled by a perfectly totalitarian
government where technology is wielded as a weapon to inundate citizens
with propaganda and to monitor thoughts and actions. Imagined before the
existence of computers, this dystopian future explores the power of
technology as a mental manipulator and source of curated information.
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