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Are you in recovery? Are you interested in being sober? Do you want to meet people who also do not want to drink? Recovery communities gather on campuses all across the country. Some larger universities have recovery houses, sober dorm floors, and other activities. There is a new weekly, AA-inspired meeting happening in the Emerson community!
All Emerson community members (students, staff and faculty) are welcome, both those with long-term sobriety, and interested in learning more about being sober, living a sober lifestyle or want to talk more about stopping drinking.
It is modeled on AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) with readings from AA literature followed by one hour of open discussion.
Every WEDNESDAY at 4pm- Zoom:
Meeting ID: 991 7952 2462
Please e-mail nurse practitioner Betsy Walsh (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Hosted by: Center for Health & Wellness
Online Location: https://zoom.us/j/99179522462?pwd=cWh0dHpnN1IyellVTm9HNDdIOGN6UT09
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/6424390
Campus on the Common LIVE, Episode 1
Mary Anne Taylor, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
Deion Hawkins, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
In this tandem interactive webinar, Drs. Mary Anne Taylor and Deion Hawkins will draw from their research areas of gender, race, and sexuality studies to engage students in thinking about politics, sports, and health communication through a critical cultural lens. When thinking about the United Nations’ sustainable development goals designed to address gender and racial inequalities, we will present case studies aimed at combating marginality for underrepresented groups in global policy and communication. Hawkins and Taylor will make brief lecture remarks, followed by an open and interactive dialogue with students and guests. Together, we will push against normative and reductive narratives that serve to uphold status quo power dynamics. Finally, we will advance a call to action for a more politically and socially just climate of advocacy.
About Campus on the Common LIVE
In 2020, we are thrilled to introduce the online event series, Campus on the Common LIVE. Like the podcast of the same name, this production will showcase the ideas and insights of the Emerson community, with the added bonus of a live and interactive audience. Campus on the Common LIVE offers participants the chance to learn from faculty and professional experts and each other, no matter where they are.
Come learn how to build the Canon C100 with Cinematography professor, Harlan Bosmajian! We will go over key settings, exposure comparisons, lighting, and framing a shot. You don’t want to miss this opportunity!
Check out this list of key settings beforehand to get an idea of what we will talk about!
Hosted by: Frames Per Second
Online Location: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86025735231
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/6466720
A weekly lunchtime convo with the Center for Spiritual Life! During each session, members of the Emerson community can enjoy a deeper look into the journeys, motivations, and values of an invited speaker who will spend about 15-20 minutes addressing the topic “What Matters to Me and Why,” and then the floor is opened to informal dialogue for the remainder of the hour.
This informal lunchtime gathering about the motivations and passions of each guest speaker also invites each of us to reflect on our own motivations, passions, and why we do what we do.
Hosted by: Center for Spiritual Life
Online Location: https://emerson.zoom.us/j/93248878176?pwd=bXNuc1VGK1MzVmh5VEJITkEwRGcvZz09
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/6164770
WLP Reading Series: Jericho Brown Q&A and Reading
Join us for a Q&A with Jericho Brown on Thursday, September 24, 6:00-7:00 pm ET on Zoom. The Q&A will be moderated by Assistant Professor Rajiv Mohabir.
After a short break, a reading will follow at 8:00 pm ET.
Register here: jerichobrownwlp.eventbrite.com
**Registration is required by end of the day on Wednesday, September 23. Your RSVP will register you for both the Q&A and reading.
We will email the Zoom links for both the Q&A and reading to registrants the morning of the event.**
Free and open to the public. Please note that both the Q&A and recording will be recorded and live streamed to Facebook (WLP Town Crier).
Jericho Brown is the recipient of a Whiting Writers’ Award and fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Brown’s first book, Please (2008), won the American Book Award. His second book, The New Testament (2014), won the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award and was named one of the best of the year by Library Journal, Coldfront, and the Academy of American Poets.
He is also the author of the collection, The Tradition (2019), which was a finalist for the 2019 National Book Award and the winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. His poems have appeared on Buzzfeed, in The Nation, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The New Republic, Time, and The Pushcart Prize Anthology, and several volumes of The Best American Poetry anthologies. He is an associate professor and the director of the Creative Writing Program at Emory University in Atlanta.
LGBT+ Students of Color! Join us for our first meeting where we’ll be introducing ourselves, getting to know each other, and discussing what we want and need from a space that is made by and for us. It will be over Zoom for now, so sign in and say hello!
Hosted by: Spectrum
Online Location: https://zoom.us/j/96746245458?pwd=bmFrYjl3N0owVmhOY240VDB0Q1hEdz09
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/6461199
To make ends meet, Americans are working longer hours across multiple jobs. This modern reality of non-stop work has resulted in an unexpected phenomenon: the flourishing of 24-hour daycare centers. Through the Night is a vérité documentary that explores the personal cost of our modern economy through the stories of two working mothers and a child care provider, whose lives intersect at a 24-hour daycare center.
Directed by Loira Limbal; documentary; English; 90 minutes, USA, 2020. A discussion with Limbal to follow. W, SJ, POC
Co-presented as part of the Boston Latino International Film Festival, with the Boston Women’s and Roxbury film festivals and SEIU Local 888.
Films and discussions are screened via Cinesend. See How to Access Screenings to attend.
Join us for a free bubble tea and discussion over Zoom! Attendees will drop by the cultural center on the 4th floor in 172 Tremont to pick up their free bubble tea, and take it back to their dorms/homes to hop on Zoom and engage in our discussion for the week. Bubble tea pick up will be from 7-8pm EDT at 172 Tremont , and the Zoom discussion will be online on Zoom from 8-9pm EDT.
Hosted by: Asian Students In Alliance (ASIA)
Online Location: https://emerson.zoom.us/j/93515599885?pwd=ODJBT0EraHgyNTVoa1pIOUpoOGN3QT09
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/6459535