Thursday, 08 Oct 2015 - All Categories
RaySociety - Golden Age of Radio: Crime Stoppers with Carl Johnson [Academics]
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ contact RaySociety - Presented by the RaySociety – Drake University's lifelong Learning organization.
Contact info: 515-271-2120, www.drake.edu/raysociety, www.facebook.com/raysocietyatdrake
RaySociety - The Changing Face of the Middle East: 1993-2015 From Oslo to ISIS with David Kaufman [Academics]
01:30 PM - 03:00 PM @ Contact RaySociety - Presented by the RaySociety – Drake University's lifelong Learning organization.
Contact info: 515-271-1847, www.drake.edu/raysociety, www.facebook.com/raysocietyatdrake
Global Opportunities Expo [Academics]
02:00 PM - 05:00 PM @ Helmick Commons - Head to Helmick Commons (or Pomerantz Stage in case of rain) to learn about studying abroad during J-Term, Summer, Fall, or Spring, as well as volunteering, interning, and working abroad! There will be food, drinks, prizes, and good times.
"Afro-Indigenous Hondurans in Resistance: U.S. Drug War, Violent Displacement, & Migration" talk by Alfredo Lopez [Academics]
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM @ Meredith 101 - Since the 2009 military coup, murders and attacks against Honduran human rights defenders have reached alarming levels. Indigenous communities, including the Garífuna, have been among those targeted. The U.S. continues to send tens of millions of dollars in Drug War aid to the Honduran police and military who have been involved in human rights abuses and to back projects that lead to displacement and migration. Alfredo López works with OFRANEH (the Black Fraternal Organization of Honduras) to protect and defend the Garífuna people’s right to their culture and ancestral land on the Caribbean coast. Lopez will discuss his people’s struggle against the negative impacts of tourism and other mega-projects and the role of state security forces in displacement and Honduran migration. This talk is free and open to the public thanks to sponsorship by Witness for Peace and The Principal Financial Group Center for Global Citizenship at Drake.
CANCELLED: BYOP Film Screening [Fine Arts & Performances]
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM @ Anderson Gallery - In conjunction with the exhibition Ideas at War: American Propaganda Posters of WWII, curated by John Fender. Hosted by Anderson Gallery Social Committee.
The Comparison Project: "Death and Dying in Tibetan Buddhism; Lecture, Ritual, Dance" by Tibetan Monks from the Tashi Kyil Monastery [Academics]
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM @ Sussman Theater, Olmsted Center
Drake Theatre Department presents: "Blood Wedding" by Federico Garcia Lorca [Fine Arts & Performances]
07:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Studio 55, Harmon Fine Arts Center - Adapted and directed by John Graham. $8 for adults, $6 for students, seniors and those with a Drake I.D. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.drake.edu/theatre/productions/fineartsboxoffice/ or at the Drake University Fine Arts Box Office (271-3841).