The eighth annual Kindness Day took hold in the form of free food, activities and volunteer work for charities.
Dorit Rabinyan spoke about her book “All the Rivers,” a love story between and Israeli woman and Palestinan man.
Elan Ezrachi spoke to students about his research to better understand the historical division and unification of Jerusalem.
Biographer and journalist John Farrell spoke to students about Nixon’s relationship with the press.
Miriam Offer spoke about the overlooked role of women healthcare professionals during World War II.
Mark J. Shelhamer, Sc.D. spoke at a psychology colloqiuim on human health in the mission to Mars.
Teams provided potential green initiatives after a day-long brainstorming challenge for campus sustainability ideas.
Lenea Newman and Joy Ladin shared readings from their career works and spoke about their writing processes.
University professors and guest scholar Grace Hale spoke about the protests of confederate statues.
Three alumni from the Politics Department spoke about their work after graduating from the University.