Events

The Communication Department Presents:

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Curved TV: Take 2

WHEN:      OCTOBER 16, 2019
WHERE:     CASEY COMMONS, CASEY 5TH FLOOR
TIME:         6:00PM-7:30PM
WHY?        Because who doesn’t want to talk about their favorite TV shows?

Refreshments will be provided!

Curved TV: Take Two, the second documentary in the Curved TV series, discusses and evaluates the current state of LGBTQ media representation during the 2018-19 television season. It includes interviews with academics and SU students.

Stay after the screening for a Q&A with Dr. Evans, who will be leading a discussion on LGBTQ media representation and documentary production.

Documentaries worth seeing!

Co-Sponsored by Women and Gender Studies & The College Events Committee

For more information contact Verna McKinnon-Hipps @ mckinnov@seattleu.edu

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Are and Be October Flyer 2019

The Are & Be Success Series
Fostering Student Success on Campus and Off

WHEN:      OCTOBER 23, 2019
WHERE:    CASEY COMMONS, CASEY 5TH FLOOR
TIME:         6:00PM-7:00PM
TOPIC:      Education Re-Imagined

Learn how to take control of your academic experiences and make learning more relevant to real life and real work.

Are & Be is a monthly series that provides tips on how to be successful both on- and off-campus. You will learn how to navigate college life, become a community leader, practice self-care, manage your finances, and much more.

For more information contact Dr. Kimberly Harden at hardenk@seattleu.edu

Who you are currently doesn't dictate who you will become.

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Crush the Culture Code 2019Crush the Culture Code

WHEN:      OCTOBER 30, 2019
WHERE:    STUDENT CENTER 160
TIME:        6:00PM-8:00PM
TOPIC:      Women in/ and Leadership
COST:        The event is free for students. $25 for community members. All proceeds will be donated to Seattle University's Dream. Plan. Do. Scholarship Fund

Crush the Culture Code is a quarterly series designed to advance conversations and perspectives on the evolving practice of communication, organizational leadership, and civic engagement.

For more information contact Dr. Kimberly Harden at hardenk@seattleu.edu

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