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What terrors hide behind the Rubenstein Library’s walls?
Get spooked exploring the library’s creepiest and most macabre items during our special open house. We’ll display tales of witchcraft, monsters, investigations of the paranormal, and more terrors from the Rubenstein Library’s collections.
This event is free and open to the living, the dead, and visitors from parallel dimensions. There will also be candy
Please join us for a celebration of the 25th anniversary edition of Mab Segrest's landmark book, Memoir of a Race Traitor, a chronicle of life at the forefront of antiracist activism. Segrest will be joined by local activists Mandy Carter, Kendra R. Johnson, and Grace Nichols for a discussion of their work in queer movements over the past 25 years and the challenges to those movements today from the Right. The New Press will be reissuing this with a new introduction and afterword by Segrest. Segrest's papers are held by the Sallie Bingham Center, as well as the records of Southerners on New Ground, which Segrest co-founded. RSVP and share on Facebook. Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event.
Join students and chemists around the world in celebrating #NationalChemistryWeek 2019 with the theme #MarvelousMetals. This live interactive video broadcast features presentations and Q&A with experts in organometallic chemistry. From innovations in medical imaging and theranostics to fundamental changes to the way we create everyday necessities like clothing, food, and energy, these scientists will demonstrate how we can harness the power of our "marvelous metals."