Date | September, 2019
DEMOCRACY IN DARK TIMES: Panel open to the public

DEMOCRACY IN DARK TIMES: Panel open to the public

A panel discussion on the promise and perils for democracy as seen from the various locations and perspectives of our Democracy Seminar 2.0 participants on Saturday, October 5th  2:00 PM – 4:00 PM (The Bob and Sheila Hoerle Lecture Hall, University Center, UL105, 63 Fifth Avenue) After two days of critical deliberations on the troubling […]

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HONORING ADAM MICHNIK: DEGREE RE-CONFERRAL AND LECTURE: 30 YEARS AGO: A TIME OF JOY AND HOPE

HONORING ADAM MICHNIK: DEGREE RE-CONFERRAL AND LECTURE: 30 YEARS AGO: A TIME OF JOY AND HOPE

Please join us on Friday, October 4th (5:00pm – 7:00pm; Wollman Hall, B500-Eugene Lang Building-Enter via 66 W. 12th Street) in honoring Polish activist and writer Adam Michnik. Michnik, one of seven human rights activists honored in 1984 in the commemoration of the founding of the University in Exile, could not attend because he was […]

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