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Vagina Monologues

The Women's Center is sponsoring The Vagina Monologues, an award-winning play about feminism. It will take place on Thursday,  Feb. 23 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall. The purpose of this event is to raise awareness about violence against women and girls as well as raise money for local beneficiaries that are working to end violence against women.

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- Choose "Textbook Information" to go to the onoline campus store.
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- Simply review and purchase your course materials.
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Call for submissions – Arts and Sciences Symposium

This April 4th the College of Arts and Sciences will be hosting its annual Symposium. At the suggestion of their professors or on their own, students can submit either papers or posters to the Symposium Committee, which is comprised of faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences. The Committee then selects the top submissions for presentation at the Symposium.

This year the Symposium Committee is accepting papers and posters from students from all colleges for consideration to present at the Symposium. The deadline for submissions is February 24th , and students will be informed if the Committee has selected them by March 3. This year, the College will host the Symposium in the lobby of the second floor of the library. The event will begin with a poster review, and then proceed to the presentation of papers. The Symposium will begin at noon, and there will be refreshments served.

Please email papers and posters for consideration by the Committee to Professor Stephen Aiello at


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