Cornell College Events
Monday, April 3rd (link)
|1:00 am-Apr 7th 11:00 pm||The Clothesline Project Orange Carpet|
Stories from members of the Cornell community who are survivors of sexual assault, rape, and abuse, are displayed. We recognize that this event brings up different feelings for everyone but we wholeheartedly support the right of survivors to share their stories and their pain.
|8:00 am-Apr 7th 4:30 pm||Summer Housing Sign-Up Residence Life Office|
Sign-up for summer housing will be held Monday-Friday, April 3-7.
|7:00 pm-8:00 pm||The Death & Afterlife of Mary, the last Duke of Burgundy McWethy Hall|
Professor Ann M. Roberts will speak on "The Death and Afterlife of Mary, the last Duke of Burgundy." Professor Robertís latest research looks at the way images of Mary of Burgundy were manipulated and altered over time, from her death in 1482 until the 20th century. Ann Roberts serves as Associate Dean of the Faculty and James D. Vail III Professor of Art History at Lake Forest College. Her lecture is sponsored by Medieval and Early Modern Studies; Gender, Sexuality and Womenís Studies; and the Department of Art & Art History with funding from the Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. For more information contact Professor Christina Penn-Goetsch, firstname.lastname@example.org
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