Tuesday, 01 Oct 2019
P.E. Moskowitz will discuss their new book, "The Case Against Free Speech." The book looks at how one of our most treasured rights -- free speech -- is rarely the equalizer we assume it to be, but rather is defined and redefined by those in power to reflect their ideals and agenda. Constitution Day Lecture
Wednesday, 02 Oct 2019
Way Kuo, president of City University of Hong Kong and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Kuo will discuss how the process of internationalization in higher education has enabled the rapid development of universities around the world.
Thursday, 03 Oct 2019
The director recounts the story of five individuals who come to the United States from Cuba in the 1980 boat crisis from the Mariel Port. Lucia Suarez, associate professor in world languages and cultures, will lead a Q&A after the screening.
Friday, 04 Oct 2019
Explore Japanese folk music through Hikaru's magical melodies and striking rhythms. Ensemble leader Nobuto Yamanaka brings together the distinctive three-string Tsugaro shamisen, powerful taiko drums, Japanese flute, songs and dance in a stunning performance that will carry you to the soaring mountains and rugged seas of Japan.
"Brown Bag American Sign Language: Deaf Culture and Language," training for employees and community members interested in learning basic signs and more about deaf culture. You do not need to attend every session in order to learn from this series. Bring your lunch and an open mind for this interactive course.