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Meet, Greet, CollaborEAT: Digital Humanities Networking Event

Have an idea for a (digital) project but need other students to help make it happen? Undergrad and graduate students from all departments are invited to gather, network, and discover how they can collaborate on future projects. The event will focus on facilitating creative and academic partnerships.

Students of all departments and interests are encouraged to attend, including programers, visual artists, writers, filmmakers, etc. Let's discover how we can work together!

Location: Digital Humanities Center - LA 61 (Bottom of the Dome)

Claudia Dominguez Reading

Join us on Monday, November 19 at 2 pm in Room LL430 for a talk by Claudia Dominguez on her graphic novel/memoir More than Money: A Memoir.

Co-sponsored by the Department of English & Comparative Literature and MALAS.

Pop-Up Concert on 11/16

Fri, 11/16 @ 1 pm in the Dome.

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Pop-Up Concert on 11/9

Fri, 11/9 @ 1 pm in the Dome.

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Pop-Up Concert on 11/2

Fri, 11/2 @ 1 pm in the Dome.

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Tom LeClair Talk

Today @ 3 pm in Room LL-108.

LeClair Talk

Frankenstein Screening

Take a study break and join us in Room LL430 at 11 am for a free screening of James Whale's 1931 classic Frankenstein. 

Carlos Chimal Lecture

Thurs, 10/11 @ 10 am in Room LL430.

Chimal Lecture

First They Came for Craigslist

First They Came for Craigslist: Free Speech, Censorship, and Online Sex Work in the Trump Era

New Study Area LL-160

remodeled study area opens

Check out the newly revitalized study area on the first floor of Love Library, LL-160! 

Learn More About LL-160

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