A Concert Tribute to Lina Nikolakopoulou
Sunday, March 1st 2015, 4 pm @ Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall
Princeton University, The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, Orange Pan-Hellenic Association, and Syn-Phonia Entertainment Inc. present: A Concert Tribute to the Most Successful and Progressive Contemporary Greek Lyricist: Lina Nikolakopoulou. Led by the outstanding vocalist and recording artist Nikos Kouroupakis. Also featuring Aphrodite Daniel, Yanna Katsagiorgi, and Nikitas Tampakis. A concert opener will be presented by Princeton University student musicians.
Intersecting Identities Book Club
Tuesday, March 3rd 2015, Noon @ Carl Fields Center
Please join us for lunch and discussion of Americanah, the story of a young nigerian woman navigating life as a student in Philadelphia. We'll use Adichie's novel as a starting place to discuss our experiences of intersecting identities including race, gender, and nationality.
Lunch will be provided. All students, staff, faculty, and dependents are welcome. Please RSVP to email@example.com by 2/24/15
Freedom Seder 2015: Black Lives Matter
Friday, April 10th from 7:30-9pm @ the Center for Jewish Life
We hope to introduce individuals from a variety of backgrounds to the Passover holiday while engaging in dialogue about persisting racial injustice. Though in the typical Passover Seder, we lean into comfort as the Jewish people are no longer slaves, in this Seder, we will lean into discomfort with the understanding that no one is free until we are all free.
Queering the Color Line Dinner
Tuesday, April 14, 6:00pm, Carl Fields Center, Room 105
This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQA students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which is provided by the Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center.