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Dec 2, 2020 Ashley Knueppel

Voices of Diversity from Arcadia Abroad: Grand Opening

What is Voices of Diversity? This is an effort from the Office of Study Away and the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion STAMP Team to highlight voices from students of color along with their experiences, stories and advice from their own study abroad experiences. What is our goal? Our goal...

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Nov 17, 2020 Lisa Stephens

UKnightedTuesday

On UKnightedTuesday, the entire Arcadia community of alumni, faculty, staff, friends, donors, and students are coming together for 1,853 minutes of impact.  Starting at 6 a.m. EST on Tuesday, Dec. 1, join us as we charge toward our goal of raising $200,000 for Arcadia University and its...

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Nov 16, 2020 Lisa Stephens

Sigma Tau Literary Trivia Night

Sigma Tau Delta is hosting a literary trivia night on Jackbox! We know it's been a long semester so come unwind before finals and test your literary trivia knowledge!  Event will start at 6:30 pm1  You can email estgermain@arcadia.edu for the zoom link.  Looking forward to...

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Nov 12, 2020 Elizabeth Thornton

LOVE Pilot Teach-In # 3: What more can we do? Facing Race & Racism on Campus using Applied Theatre

Teach-In #3: All Participants & Campus-wide Working for Racial Justice at Arcadia: What are we doing, what more can we do? Facing Race & Racism on Campus using Applied Theatre Speakers:  CTLM/Just Act Ensemble (Student Fellows/Ensemble Members: India Knight, Caitlin...

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Nov 11, 2020 Elizabeth Thornton

TEDx Arcadia University: 20/20 Vision

Join Honors Program students in exploring the theme “20/20 Vision” with multiple ideas and presentations through this virtual event. About 20/20 Vision What have you learned in 2020? The 5th annual Tedx Arcadia University will host its first virtual event this year with the theme 20/20 Vision...

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Sep 11, 2020 Lisa Stephens

First Friday Concert: Celebrating Beethoven's 250th Birthday Concert 2

Join us virtually to enjoy our First Fridays in the Castle concert streaming from the Laura Minerva Korman Mirror Room of Grey Towers Castle.  This month's performance is Celebrating Beethoven's 250th Birthday Concert 2 with professor performers Samuel Heifetz, piano, George Atanasiu, cello...

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Sep 10, 2020 Lisa Stephens

First Fridays in the Castle: Sounds of Jazz

Click here to watch the concert. Join us virtually to enjoy our First Fridays in the Castle concert streaming from the Laura Minerva Korman Mirror Room of Grey Towers Castle.  This month's performance is the Sounds of Jazz with professor performers Samuel Heifetz and Chris Clark and with...

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Sep 8, 2020 Ashley Knueppel

Global Learners & Leaders Series

Have you studied abroad on Spring Preview, a Global Field Studies course, or for a summer, semester or year while at Arcadia? Are you interested in studying abroad or international careers? Are you a STAMP or IPAL? Then join our Global Learners & Leaders Series every Tuesday at 8:00pm on...

Sep 3, 2020 Ashley Knueppel

Virtual Study Abroad Fair

What is the Virtual Study Abroad Fair and why should I attend? Learn more about where, when and how you can study abroad for a semester while at Arcadia University Chat with Study Abroad Advisors, Overseas Staff, and Study Abroad Mentors Engage with virtual live events,...

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Aug 26, 2020 Lisa Stephens

Race, Justice, and Policing: An Outline for Reform

Arcadia University, in partnership with the Montgomery County Racial Justice Improvement Task Force and the Cheltenham Branch of the NAACP, hosted a virtual symposium on Saturday, Sept. 12. The symposium’s purpose was to further the current dialogue about race and the criminal justice system. But,...

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Aug 21, 2020 Rosemarie Kraynak

Doctoral Dissertation Defense: Rian Brown-Beasley

The School of Education is proud to announce the Doctoral Dissertation of Rian Brown-Beasley.  A Zoom meeting has been scheduled.  If you are interested in attending, please contact the School of Education for the Zoom meeting link. Title of the Doctoral Dissertation: "The Impact of...

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Feb 26, 2020 Farrah Bradley

HRL Works in Progress: "Social Survival, Philosophy, and Living Well

Come learn what faculty are researching in the Humanities Research Lab's Works in Progress! Students welcome! This year's first speaker will be Dr. Ian Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Ian specializes in feminist, queer, and cross-cultural philosophy. Through critical and multicultural...