Lectures

Lawrence Ross enlightens students through lecture about community service

Lawrence Ross enlightens students through lecture about community service

Author Lawrence Ross led a lecture centered around educating students on how to better approach community service in a way that creates a more positive environment for both the volunteer and the group in need Wednesday evening in the Student Union Theater titled “Beyond Community Service: Respecting and Understanding Communities of Color.”

Monumental Violence discusses importance of engaging and powerful monuments

Monumental Violence discusses importance of engaging and powerful monuments

The issue of controversial monuments in public spaces has become increasingly important in light of recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia. Monumental Violence: Public Dialogue set out to discuss the issue of monuments and their meaning and impact on the United States populace.

Children of The Corn: Lecture on Homo sapiens and Agrarianism by Dr. James Scott

As part of the Political Science Department’s lecture series, Dr. James C. Scott, a Sterling Lecturer and Director of Agrarian Studies at Yale University, held a discussion on ‘Early Agrarian States and The Domestication of Homo sapiens’ at Oak Hall on Wednesday.