Stapleton Library near Java City
Haven Project Events
The Haven Project and the Fashion Merchandising Program are partnering together to set up the What Were You Wearing Exhibit. Anonymous survivor stories from
the IUP community will be on display all week in the Stapleton Library.
“What were you wearing?” is an all-too-common question asked of survivors of sexual assault. This question is rooted in victim-blaming. This exhibit aims to dispel the myth that survivors provoke their assault due to how they were dressed. Stop
by to experience this powerful and emotional display.
Content Warning: Stories include descriptions of gender-based personal violence, which may be upsetting to some.
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If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, there are resources available to offer support. You are not alone.
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
Are you ready to graduate? How much will you earn in your first job? Are you concerned about student loan repayment? What does credit have to do with a cow? (If you know, you’ll know.)
Join us for a discussion about realistic earnings, student
loan repayment options, and real talk about credit.
Elkin Hall Great Room and Zoom
Join LGBTQIA Support for the Queer Conversations Series every Tuesday from 5:00–7:00 p.m. The Zoom meeting code for all sessions is 913 2363 1243.
Zoom ID: 97300754218
This program will help LatinX students create their journey for prosperity after graduation. Elaine Johnson will provide a foundation for attendees to design a consistent practice of habits that lead to a culmination of success in multiple areas of their life.
Many people continue to wrestle with the stigma that they cannot have it all and remain successful, but this presentation will show you how it can all be done.
Gorell Recital Hall, 2nd Floor Sutton Hall
The Lively Arts
alumnus, James Iman, will present a solo piano recital.
**A live audience will
Number of tickets available will be based on current COVID
This event will NOT be live streamed.
This poetry workshop is facilitated by noted poet and activist Aja Monet. We will spend time with work by women writers and artists of the diaspora who raise necessary questions about the role of self in society and our many methods of survival, to include the governing of feelings and the politics of emotional labor.
Join this Zoom link.
Meeting ID: 973 4909 9157