Dear Campus Community, I’m writing to provide an update on the investigation of the Theta Tau fraternity and its members. Since Wednesday my office, in conjunction with Student Affairs, investigated and filed complaints against 18 individuals, all of whom were…
Graduate Lunch-Digital Humanities Symposium
Friday, Sept, 16, noon
DIGITAL WITNESS Graduate Student-Speaker Lunch
Tolley, Room 304
This year’s symposium explores the significance of archiving for digital human rights media, highlighting projects related to African-American history, AIDS activism and the Holocaust. With Jim Hubbard (ACT UP Oral History Project); Sam Pollard (Tisch School of the Arts, NYU); Samuel Gruber (Judaic Studies Program, SU); and Lydia Wasylenko (SU Library).
This event is brought to you by Imagining America’s PAGE program.
Contact Person: Wendy Nastasi
Imagining America, PAGE