Thursday, September 11
Comedian- Arvin Mitchell
Comedian Arvin Mitchell is one of the hottest comedians requested on the college circuit. He has had gigs at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, Comic Strip Live, Boston Comedy Club, Irvine Improv Room, and The Laugh Factory.
11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
What is Brandywine Worried About?
Six panelists from the Brandywine faculty, staff, and student community will discuss a topic that concerns each of them, something that they are worried about in today's world. This panel discussion is presented by the Common Read Committee.
Vairo Courtyard (Tomezsko 103, if it rains)
Monday, September 15
Stand Your Ground
Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney Joshu Harris will share information on Pennsylvania's "Stand Your Ground" law which was enacted a few years ago and modeled after the Florida law made famous by the Trayvon Martin case. Harris will explain the similarities and differences of the Pennsylvania and Florida laws, followed by a question and answer discussion from the audience.
Wednesday, September 17
Constitution Day and Writer's Block
Enjoy patriotic-themed music and refreshments at the Vairo amphitheater and share your opinion about how you benefit from the freedoms written in the Constitution on the Writer's Block. The blocks are publicly placed artwork that double as a venue for members of the University community to express in writing their opinions on certain topics.
Saturday, September 20
Car Wash to benefit THON
Get your car washed by members of the Car Club and THON. Proceeds benefit THON and the Four Diamonds Club.
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Campus parking lot
Tuesday, September 23 and Thursday, September 25
Dating workshops for men and women
Kevin Carr will present two workshops based on his award-winning dating empowerment book, If All Men Are Dogs Then Women You Hold the Leash, and his eBook series titled Date Responsibly.
In the first workshop for women (Sept. 23), Kevin urges women to be intentional in their dating lives by offering transparent and practical advice from a man’s perspective. He offers helpful tips on how to discover your ideals and date accordingly, how to find clarity in your relationships, how to set and maintain standards, and much more!
The second workshop for men (Sept. 25) teaches men how to date responsibly and offers helpful tips to get through college dating as pain-free as possible.
11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Wednesday, September 24
Dinner and a Movie- Despicable Me 2
Enjoy dinner and movie with fellow classmates. This month’s movie is Despicable Me 2
Tuesday, September 30
Faculty/Staff Vs. Students Softball Game
Sign up for the first Faculty/Staff Vs. Students Softball Game. Chancellor Kristin Woolever will be throwing the first pitch! Sign-ups are in the Office of Student Affairs, 201 Commons.
Thursday, October 9
"Women, War, and Peace"
Speaker Agnes Kamara-Umunna
Agnes Umunna is a native Liberian, author, and activist.
11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m., Tomezsko Lounge
Monday, October 13
Faculty Forum: Faculty Research - Margie Bacheler and Mark Boudreau
Margie Bacheler will present on competency-based professional development models. Mark Boudreau will present his work on the role of biodiversity in keeping plants healthy.
12:30 p.m., Main 113
Mon.-Fri.: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Student Activities and Leadership
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