Telling Social Justice Stories in a Post-digital Age with the Rev. Father Michael Pfleger

Roosevet’s Journalism Program and the Gage Gallery are hosting a conversation with Father Michael Pfleger on social justice and the need of those within social justice movements – from anti-violence to anti-poverty – to help shape, write and promote their own narratives. Join us for this conversation, moderated by journalist and Roosevelt journalism alumnus Josh

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Jobs for English Majors Panel!

Even if you are not an English major, you will learn a lot from the Jobs for English Majors Panel, starring illustrious alumni from a wide array of career fields on Tuesday, March 19 from 5-6 p.m. in AUD 244. Arrive starting at 4:30 p.m. to enjoy snacks, and the induction ceremony for the newest

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RU Green Waste Meeting

Have you ever been confused in Wabash’s Cafeteria on how to properly dispose of your waste? We’re with you! Come to this week’s RU Green meeting on Wednesday, February 20th at 5pm in AUD 526 and learn how to live more sustainably in your life, and help Roosevelt live up to our social justice mission.

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The Ethics of Care Disscussion

Are you interested in a healthcare field or medial ethics? Then this is the discussion for you! Join HUMANITY and their special guest, Lisa Freitag, the author of Extreme Caregiving: The Moral Work of Raising Children with Special Needs. Not only will we talk about medical ethics, but we will delve deeper into a different

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Join us for a reading by Ling Ma, the author of Severance, one of the most critically acclaimed books of 2018

The MFA in Creative Writing Program, Oyez Review, and the Department of Humanities are hosting a reading by Ling Ma on Monday, February 18 at 5 p.m. at the Chicago Campus, Auditorium Building, room 244 Spertus Lounge. Ling Ma is the author of Severance, one of the most critically acclaimed books of 2018. It was the winner of

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