Monday, 21 Feb 2022
Black History Month Event: Ankara fabric (or African Wax Printing) is created through a wax-resist dyeing technique and is known for its vivid colors and bold patterns. Cover wood jewelry blanks with the Ankara pattern you choose to make a pair of custom earrings. *Not available to go*
Create a set of small visual reminders of the need to slow down and be present in your life.
Make your weekly game night a critical hit with a personalized pub mug, dice-box, or bank for your loot. Find creatures, monsters, characters, and dragons that will impress the most ruthless DM. Welcome RPG'ers, and to thine own elf be true.
The Department of Economics is pleased to present a department seminar given by Jerome Adda, Professor of Economics, Bocconi University.
Join this session to learn about a garden that truly rocks! Hear Jeff Epping, Director of Horticulture at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison, Wi, discuss integrating Earth-friendly gravel gardens into a landscape. These gardens require less water, mulch, energy, chemical or labor than traditional rock gardens yet provide many benefits.
The planning committee will share drafts of "to be" statements and proposals for measuring success, for discussion and input.
Artist Chris Jordan is known for his hard-hitting photographs that confront with shocking directness the dark side of our mass culture. Having explored this territory for more than 20 years, Jordan emerges now with a powerful new message that turns environmentalism upside down.
A three-part trivia night series will test your knowledge of Black history, with a different style of trivia each night.