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Week Of: April 15 - April 21

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04/15 12:00 PM

19th Annual Pow wow

Come and be a part of a Native American tradition where dancers, drummers and vendors will be gathering to celebrate and learn about the culture. Doors will open at noon and traditional Indian Tacos will be served for Dinner at 5:00pm all free of cost while supplies last. We hope to see you there.

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04/15 12:00 PM

Western Oregon Lacrosse vs. College of Idaho

Western Oregon Lacrosse will be playing its first division game at home this Sunday against College of Idaho. The theme for this game is a BLACKOUT theme, which means wear Black colthes and come support us! Come watch as we embark on our journey for a fifth consecutive conference championship!

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04/16 07:00 PM

Western Oregon Lacrosse vs. Willamette

Our last home game of the season is against Willamette University. However, there will be more to cheer about, hence this is Senior Night. We will be honoring the seniors as they play, knowing this will be their last home game played at WOU. Also, we like everyone to come wearing white, because our theme is a WHITEOUT for the game. So come out and support WOU LAX, one last time this year!

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04/18 12:00 PM

Social Science Symposium Series

This event will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Dr. Ram Sil, professor emeritus of history at WOU, will give a talk entitled "The Philosophe and the Wordsmith: Rousseau and Sharatchandra" Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-78) of the High Enlightenment Geneva and France and Sharatchandra Chattopadhyay [Chatterjee] (1876-1938) of late Renaissance Bengal lived a century apart from each other, the former at an exciting period anticipating a great Revolution and the latter in the midst of Indian nationalist struggle and the First World War as well as the interwar years. Nevertheless, the eighteenth-century Calvinist Genevan (turned Catholic French) and the high caste Hindu bhadralok of colonial Calcutta show remarkable convergence of worldview, especially in their social concern, attitude to human sexuality, gender consciousness, and in respect of the Bengali, caste consciousness. And yet they are radically different from each other in many respects. This comparatist study seeks to highlight the essential "human" consciousness and concerns in a cross-cultural context.

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04/18 05:00 PM

Day of Silence/Night of Noise

Join us in participating in the National Day of Silence-- a day of action in which students across the country vow to take a form of silence to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools. Speaking cards will be available at the Information Desk of the Werner University Center in order for participants to easily explain to others why they are not speaking and for what cause. For more information, visit http://www.dayofsilence.org/resources/ Then, later that night, break the silence with the Night of Noise! There will be fun, interactive activities including: -Icebreakers -Group discussion and reflection -DRAG BINGO with PRIZES! Brought to you by Safe Zone, Triangle Alliance, Student Activities Board, and Multicultural Student Union. Questions? Contact Joseph Hahn at jhahn10@wou.edu or trianglealliance@wou.edu

- Mt. Jefferson

04/18 07:30 PM

Bill Whitley - composition

Faculty Artist Series

Smith Music Hall - 121

04/19 07:00 PM

Sexual Wellness Advocacy Team workshop

An interactive workshop on the topics of sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. It will be held in Health and Wellness Center room 205.

- 205

04/21 07:30 PM

Lauren Pelon

The Living Roots of Music Guest Artist Series

Smith Music Hall - 121

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Date: Saturday , April 14 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
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Description: Come and be a part of a Native American tradition where dancers, drummers and vendors will be gathering to celebrate and learn about the culture. Doors will open at noon and traditional Indian Tacos will be served for Dinner at 5:00pm all free of cost while supplies last. We hope to see you there.
Sponsoring Group: Multicultural Student Union
Contact Info: 503-838-8403
Event Website: http://wou.edu/student/multicultural/MSU/msu_annual_programs.php

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Date: Sunday , April 15
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Western Oregon Lacrosse will be playing its first division game at home this Sunday against College of Idaho. The theme for this game is a BLACKOUT theme, which means wear Black colthes and come support us! Come watch as we embark on our journey for a fifth consecutive conference championship!
Sponsoring Group: WOU LAX
Contact Info: 503-453-4379
Event Website: www.woulax.com

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Date: Monday , April 16
Time: 07:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: ,
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Our last home game of the season is against Willamette University. However, there will be more to cheer about, hence this is Senior Night. We will be honoring the seniors as they play, knowing this will be their last home game played at WOU. Also, we like everyone to come wearing white, because our theme is a WHITEOUT for the game. So come out and support WOU LAX, one last time this year!
Sponsoring Group: WOU LAX
Contact Info: 503-453-4379
Event Website: www.woulax.com

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Date: Wednesday, April 18
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 01:00 p.m.
Location: , 203
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: This event will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Dr. Ram Sil, professor emeritus of history at WOU, will give a talk entitled "The Philosophe and the Wordsmith: Rousseau and Sharatchandra" Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-78) of the High Enlightenment Geneva and France and Sharatchandra Chattopadhyay [Chatterjee] (1876-1938) of late Renaissance Bengal lived a century apart from each other, the former at an exciting period anticipating a great Revolution and the latter in the midst of Indian nationalist struggle and the First World War as well as the interwar years. Nevertheless, the eighteenth-century Calvinist Genevan (turned Catholic French) and the high caste Hindu bhadralok of colonial Calcutta show remarkable convergence of worldview, especially in their social concern, attitude to human sexuality, gender consciousness, and in respect of the Bengali, caste consciousness. And yet they are radically different from each other in many respects. This comparatist study seeks to highlight the essential "human" consciousness and concerns in a cross-cultural context.
Sponsoring Group: Social Science Sypmosium
Contact Info: 503 838 8835
Event Website:

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Date: Wednesday, April 18
Time: 05:00 p.m. - 08:00 p.m.
Location: , Mt. Jefferson
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Join us in participating in the National Day of Silence-- a day of action in which students across the country vow to take a form of silence to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools. Speaking cards will be available at the Information Desk of the Werner University Center in order for participants to easily explain to others why they are not speaking and for what cause. For more information, visit http://www.dayofsilence.org/resources/ Then, later that night, break the silence with the Night of Noise! There will be fun, interactive activities including: -Icebreakers -Group discussion and reflection -DRAG BINGO with PRIZES! Brought to you by Safe Zone, Triangle Alliance, Student Activities Board, and Multicultural Student Union. Questions? Contact Joseph Hahn at jhahn10@wou.edu or trianglealliance@wou.edu
Sponsoring Group: Safe Zone, Triangle Alliance, Student Activites Board, Multicultrual Student Union
Contact Info: 916-337-6181
Event Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/411666895512584/

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Date: Wednesday, April 18
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Location: Smith Music Hall, 121
Cost: free
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Description: Faculty Artist Series
Sponsoring Group: Music Department
Contact Info: 503.838.8275
Event Website:

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Date: Thursday , April 19
Time: 07:00 p.m. - 08:30 p.m.
Location: , 205
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: An interactive workshop on the topics of sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. It will be held in Health and Wellness Center room 205.
Sponsoring Group: Abby's House
Contact Info: (503) 838-9657
Event Website:

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Date: Saturday , April 21
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:30 p.m.
Location: Smith Music Hall, 121
Cost: free
Audience: Public
Description: The Living Roots of Music Guest Artist Series
Sponsoring Group: Music Department
Contact Info: 503.838.8275
Event Website:

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