Week of Events
Special Collections and Archives hosts hands-on, guided encounters with the seven volumes of the St. John's Bible every Monday at 9:00 AM. Come join us for an exploration of this […]
Weekly Christian Worship Service in Danforth Chapel. All are welcome! Lunch served afterward.
Afro-Indigenous descendant global scholar, mom and auntie, Dr. Clelia O. Rodriguez was born and raised in the ancestral lands of the Lenka in what is presently known as El Salvador. […]
Part of the AST colloquium series for 2023-2024.
Join us for a special lunch-and-learn session in the Flex Space of Hutchins Library to learn about a piece of Kentucky's past. This tale has it all: scandal, love, revenge, […]
Weekly gathering of those who seek spiritual learning and fellowship. Everyone is welcome! Lunch served. Fireside Room, Draper Building.
Although the availability of freshwater is a major factor influencing humans and ecosystems, the ways in which water availability will change in many parts of our warming world in the future is […]
During Hispanic Heritage Month 2023 (Sept. 15-Oct. 15), Hutchins Library will exhibit a set of prints from the Special Collections and Archives containing Manuel Joglar Cacho’s 14-stanza poem, “Por Los […]
Photographer and visual artist Margo Duvall will be giving an artist talk about her work in the duo exhibition, "Margo Duvall & Katherine Strause: Around and Around Again," which is […]
Join visiting artist Margo Duvall for a hands-on workshop making cyanotypes! The cyanotype is a type of camera-less photography that was invented by an astronomer trying to find a way […]