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Campus Activities Upcoming Events

  • Club Fencing Competition

    Sunday, April 19, 2015

    7:00 AM-6:00 PM

    Armory

    • Everyone

    Come out to support Club Fencing as they face off in their first home competition, featuring opponents from across the region!

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  • SJW- THE GARDEN JUSTICE LEAGUE Interfaith Service Day

    Sunday, April 19, 2015

    1:00 PM-5:30 PM

    Drexel University

    • Everyone

    Join Hillel, MSA and others for an afternoon of service! We'll learn about the community gardening movement in Philadelphia, why it is important, and then work with the Public Interest Law Center and Repair the World to survey garden plots around the city to gather essential data to help grow the urban gardening movement and ensure the future of a healthier Philadelphia. KOSHER/HALAL DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE EVENT:

    MEET AT PAUL PECK ACADEMIC, 3rd Floor
    1:03 - Dhur Prayers
    1:15 - Welcome and Pre-Service Training
    2:30 - Depart for Service
    5:00 - Return from Service (Assur prayers upon return)
    5:20pm - Dinner and Closing Reflection

    This event is a partnership with Repair the World: Philadelphia and the Public Interest Law Center

    to sign up visit https://www.facebook.com/events/565721010234518/

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  • #DUJustice

    Monday, April 20, 2015

    12:00 PM-2:00 PM

    Dragon Statue, 33rd and Market streets

    • Everyone

    Join the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement as we all answer the question “how does drexel do justice?” Take a picture, tweet or post your response on Facebook to join the us as a community in exploring how we advocate and help create a more equitable and inclusive society.

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  • Out in the Night Film Screening and Discussion

    Tuesday, April 21, 2015

    5:30 PM-12:00 AM

    URBN Center (3501 Market St.)

    • Everyone
    • LGBTQA Community

    Leeway Foundation and Bread & Roses Community Fund present Out in the Night, a documentary that tells the story of the “New Jersey 4” - four young African American women who fought back against violent and sexual threats by a man on a New York City street. As a result of their defense, the women are charged and convicted in the courts and media as a “Gang of Killer Lesbians.” The film reveals how race, gender identity and sexuality are used to criminalize these women in the mainstream news and the legal system.

    The film screening will be precede by a trailer for the upcoming documentary FREE CeCe, about CeCe McDonald, a trans African American woman who survived a violent, racist and transphobic attack and served time in a men’s prison in Minnesota. After the screening, stay for a discussion with filmmaker Blair Dorosh-Walther, Patreese Johnson (one of the New Jersey 4), and two members from Hearts on a Wire. The discussion will be moderated by scholar-activist Heath Davis

    RSVP online at eventbrite.com/e/film-screening-out-in-the-night-tickets-16304529286

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  • CAB and INASA Present Cultural Movie Series: Indonesia

    Tuesday, April 21, 2015

    7:00 PM-9:00 PM

    Stratton Hall Room 113

    • Undergraduate Students
    • International Students

    The third installment of the free Cultural Movie Series features Indonesia. There will be Indonesian cuisine, followed by a martial arts demonstration and mini-lecture, and a showing of the movie: The Raid Redemption.

    Click here to join the event on Facebook.

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  • Social Justice Week: Half the Sky Documentary Viewing

    Wednesday, April 22, 2015

    12:00 PM-2:00 PM

    Creese Student Center Conference Room D

    • Undergraduate Students
    • Graduate Students

    Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide chronicles six women from different countries and their struggles with oppression. Topics include gender-based violence, sex trafficking, education, maternal mortality, forced prostitution and economic empowerment. Shot in 10 countries (Cambodia, Kenya, India, Sierra Leone, Somaliland, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Liberia and the US) and inspired by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book, the documentary series introduces women and girls who are living under some of the most difficult circumstances imaginable — and fighting bravely to change them. Traveling with intrepid reporter Nicholas Kristof and A-list celebrity advocates America Ferrera, Diane Lane, Eva Mendes, Meg Ryan, Gabrielle Union and Olivia Wilde, the film reflects viable and sustainable options for empowerment and offers an actionable blueprint for transformation.

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  • Commuters Movie of the Week: American Sniper

    Wednesday, April 22, 2015

    3:00 PM-5:00 PM

    Commuter Lounge Lower Level of Creese Student Center

    • Undergraduate Students
    • Graduate Students

    Join the Office of Commuter Student Engagement for our weekly movie screenings every Wednesday. Popcorn, candy and beverages are always provided. This week's movie is American Sniper.

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  • Meditation, Dinner and Discussion with Devamrita Swami

    Wednesday, April 22, 2015

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM

    MacAlister Hall Sky View Room, 6th Floor

    • Everyone

    Join us for an exciting discussion with our expert speaker, travelling monk Devamrita Swami, as well as a mouth-watering vegan feast and an electric kirtan! Devamrita Swami is a monk for over 40 years, a Yale graduate and author of several books. He looks forward to sharing his wisdom and insight with students and anyone looking to learn and access higher knowledge. His cutting edge presentations capture a variety of current pressing themes, from student life, mental stress, ecological sustainability, yoga and meditation, karma, desire management and spiritual economics with students and anyone.

    Find out more and RSVP at facebook.com/events/1567040630230109

    About the topic: It is easily observable that love, in every person’s life, is a necessity. People are happiest when in the midst of loving, kind, reciprocating company. Though society puts independence on the pedestal, there is a deeper force that drives us to long to be dependent upon and depended upon by someone else in a loving, trusting manner. Knowing connection to be an unfulfilled essentiality, constantly deferred and delayed due to busy schedules or mental/emotional/physical mishaps, we develop a deep sense of insecurity, thinking “Does he even miss me?” or “Why hasn’t she called?” or “Do they even love me?” We are hungry for wholesomeness, and yearn to be in a perfect relationship, but barely know what that means and where that stems from. Where can we confidently plant our sacred seeds of love and trust? How can they healthily grow? How can we gain a firm conviction in true love and drop our weakening inhibitions towards it?

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  • LGBT(tea) and Coffee Chat: Queer in the Workplace

    Wednesday, April 22, 2015

    6:00 PM-7:00 PM

    North Hall Game Room

    • Everyone
    • LGBTQA Community

    Join a discussion about what to expect and how to deal with a variety of different work situations in the context of your identity. This program will focus on workplace environments whether it be an internship, a co-op, or a full time job.

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  • The Power of Inclusion Presents: Bryan Stevenson

    Wednesday, April 22, 2015

    6:00 PM-8:00 PM

    Mitchell Auditorium Bossone Research Enterprise Center

    • Everyone

    The Student Center for Inclusion and Culture is excited to announce that Bryan Stevenson, M.P.P, J.D. will be the inaugural speaker of the Power of inclusion speaker series. This event is Sponsored by: Africana Studies program, Criminology and Justice Studies, English Language Center, Lindy Center for Civic Engagement & the Office of International Programs

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