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Past Events
May 13, 2022
Smiling graduates attend graduation in caps and gowns.

HFA Senior Recognition Ceremony

Recreation Center
1:00 pm

More information can be found on the College of Humanities & Fine Arts Website.
Apr 7, 2019 - Apr 8, 2019
African American Religion and Film poster

African American Religion & Film: Screenings and Discussions

Old Chapel(map)
(All day)

The Religious Studies Certificate Program Presents African American Religion & Film: Screenings in the Old Chapel of three films that will be introduced and discussed by Dr. Judith Weisenfeld,...
Apr 7, 2016
Still from the featured film

Film: Why Has Bodhi-Dharma Left for the East? (1989)

ILCS 211
4:00 pm

This visually stunning film offers an evocative meditation on the cyclical nature of existence illuminating the mysteries of life that lie behind Zen Buddhism. Introduction by Miliann Kang

Apr 6, 2016
Earth (1998)

Film: Earth (1998)

Herter 227
4:00 pm

Earth is the second part of an “elemental trilogy” including Fire (part I) and Water (part III).

Apr 5, 2016
Poster for White Zombie (1932)

Film: White Zombie (1932)

Herter Hall 227
4:00 pm

“White Zombie” is a 1932 pre-code cult horror film starring Bela Lugosi (“Dracula,” 1931) as the antagonist. It is considered the first feature length zombie film.

Apr 4, 2016
The Decalogue

Film: The Decalogue: One (1988)

Herter Hall 601
4:00 pm

“The Decalogue” was a 1988 Polish television drama shot as a series of short films.  During the 1980s, Polish society lived through the trauma of martial law and the collapse of the Communist system.  Kieslowski’s explicit intention was to “examine the moral condition of contemporary society.”