What’s happening on campus this week? Learn about some of the many fun and educational events held near you!
You Promised Me Poems
8:00 AM- 12:00 AM everyday from now through Thursday, December 13, Dittmar Gallery
Before the end of the quarter, stop by the Dittmar Gallery in Norris to visit the newest exhibit, “You Promised Me Poems.” Artist Chris Kienke’s works explores the images used to convey cultural identity and questions who is included in those narratives. Like all exhibits at Dittmar, “You Promised Me Poems” is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Dittmar Gallery facebook page.
Women’s Center Discusses The Handmaid’s Tale
Monday, November 5 from 12:00- 1:00 PM, Women’s Center
Join the Women’s Center and the Association of Northwestern Women (ANUW) for a discussion about this year’s One Book, The Handmaid’s Tale. These two organizations are both committed to working with the Northwestern community to bring gender equity to campus. For more information about One Book One Northwestern events, visit their website.
Election Night Watch Party
Tuesday, November 6 from 7:00- 10:00 PM, Harris Hall
After going out and voting, come back to campus and wait for the results to come in while surrounded by friends. Along with the Associated Student Government and the Political Union, NU Votes will host a watch party for election night. Food and coffee will be served as live feeds provide the latest updates. Additionally, election night coverage will be playing in the Starbucks Lounge at Norris. To learn more, visit the NU Votes website.
Multicultural Student Affairs Harvest
Sunday, November 11 from 5:00- 6:30 PM, Parkes Hall
Each month, Multicultural Student Affairs holds a dinner to discuss topics relevant to the Northwestern Native and Indigenous Community. All are welcome to attend, although they are asked to RSVP by November 7 in order to ensure that there is enough food for all. For more information, visit planitpurple.
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