Laurie LeBreton makes sculptures with handmade paper. Her artwork includes nontraditional books made with traditional binding techniques and paper sculptures constructed on armatures, with saturated, vibrant colors.
October 15—November 2, 2012, Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu 10:00 am-5:00 pm October 15—November 2, 2012, Fridays 10:00 am-3:00 pm
The Isenberg Graduate Programs Office invites you to attend our upcoming Full-Time MBA Campus Visit Day. You will have the opportunity to experience a live class and meet with current MBA students and admissions representatives.
Halloween is supposed to be rainy, so why not bring your kids to trick-or-treat indoors? Stop by Crabtree and Knowlton Halls (in the Northeast Residential Area) to trick-or-treat inside and enjoy crafts, coloring, snacks, and movies!
Join a representative from our admissions team who will help you learn more about our MBA program, the application and admissions process, and how the Isenberg MBA can help advance your career and achieve your goals.
The Department of History hosts a lecture by Reverend Nelson N. Johnson on reconciliation and the 1979 Greensboro Massacre, as part of the Feinberg Family Distinguished Lecture Series on "Truth and Reconciliation, History and Justice."
A talk about black consciousness and literature in Brazil, the Afro- Brazilian literary and cultural tradition, and the contemporary challenges for resisting the cultural politics of racism in Brazil and the Diaspora.