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The Uninhabitable Earth: A Conversation with David Wallace-Wells

David Wallace-Wells’ July 2017 cover story for New York Magazine did what few science or climate stories ever do. It got a lot of attention. So much, in...

 Qigong Meditation and Exercise Practice Group

Qigong has been practiced in China for several thousand years. The exercises shared in this group are very simple, but still beneficial. Any member of...

Mary Alice Davis Lecture Series with Ayesha Rasco, White House reporter for NPR

Join us for the 14th annual Mary Alice Davis Distinguished Lecture Series with Ayesha Rascoe, White House reporter for NPR and Reuters. The program will also...

Distinguished Visiting Lecture Series with Dr. Jason De León

In Fall 2019 the Humanities Institute will continue its Distinguished Visiting Lecture Series, "Narrative and Social Justice." The series accompanies the...

Emily Hutcheson, “‘The first stage of the love-making:’ The Transnational Circulation of Seaweed in a Self-Organized Network, 1890-1930” (History and Philosophy of Science talks)

The modern concept of coral reefs as living, ecological units appears to be a by-product of the 1960s, coeval with the increase in environmental...

Ken Jeong

Known for his scene stealing abilities, actor, producer, writer and comedian Ken Jeong has established himself as one of today’s top comedic stars. Since his...