Feb

10

Free Food Tonight: Heavier Than Most

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Two free food opportunities tonight, with free discussion thrown in!

  • For the history-inclined, the Undergraduate History Journal is hosting a conference at 7:30 in 310 Fayerweather for the winners of the Herbert Aptheker Undergraduate History Prize, who will be joined by Professors Blackmar, Matsumoto, and Foner. More importantly, “free food and refreshments will be provided,” and the organizers say “it should be a pretty good spread.”
  • Those of you who like a little heated discussion with your food can wait an hour before heading over to Earl Hall Auditorium at 8:30 for the “Perspectives on Conflict, Perspectives on Peace” forum being put together by CIRCA, CU College Democrats, Hillel Israel Committee, Office of the University Chaplain, CU College Republicans, and Turath. There’ll be mostly snack food, including Kosher and Halal options (though event organizers ask attendees to stick around, and say that the doors will be closing a half hour after it starts).

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3 Comments

  1. history conference  

    good times, especially liked Eric Foner's story about Herbert Aptheker.

  2. Rudi  

    check out all the articles from the conference at http://cujh.columbia.edu and congrats to Allon, Sarah, Charles,Paco and all the new editors.

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