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Conversations that Matter: Rape Culture
Tuesday, November 18 | 12-1 | USU Ballroom A
An exploration of rape culture, facilitated by Dr. Jessica Mayock, Department of Philosophy.

Arts & Lectures Event: Enlisting a Nation - Faculty Perspectives on World War I
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I, this faculty panel will bring together a broad range of research and perspectives on WWI to engage the campus community in an interdisciplinary dialogue on the politics and propaganda of war.

Student Theatre Performance: Risking Our Forbidden Narratives
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 20, 21, 22 | 7 pm | Arts 101
Witness the dynamic lives of contemporary youth through the writing of six CSUSM students in "Risking our Forbidden Narratives." With narratives on topics ranging from Tinder: the newest form of internet dating, to ever-shifting sexual norms, racial controversies, atheism, and the difficult terrain of cross-cultural communication, you'll laugh, question, and ponder the current generation's point of view on these diverse issues.
Post-show discussion on Thursday, November 20 in USU Ballroom D immediately following the play, part of the Conversations that Matter series.

San Diego American Indian Film Festival
November 20-22