| Friday, November 30, 2018 |
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Opening Reception, Black Lives Matter Exhibition

4:00 PM
Professor M. Shadee Malaklou, 2018 Parker Faculty Curator, has assembled an exhibition with students from her upcoming Critical Identity Studies Class,Black Lives Matter. She has spent two years working
with students to research and propose acquisitions and loans. Some of the topics they have explored include racial blackness and humanism, the convergence of Black Death and sexual terror, and art representative of Negritude. The upcoming Black Lives exhibition, opening November 29, 2018, is rooted in the Black Lives Matter movement and explores discourses of modernity and humanism that exclude black persons from human recognitions and protections. The exhibition will ask how black lives can matter, if at all, and selected works will interrogate the relationship between gaze, humanism, and anti-blackness. Works by black artists including Leroy Campbell, Kara Walker, Lorna Simpson, and Della Wells will be presented.
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Women's Basketball vs Cornell College

5:30 PM
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Tobias Gurl: The Unspoken History of the American Trans Man

7:30 PM
Neglected by Hollywood and largely absent from even queer texts, trans male history is hard to come by. What is sometimes ascribed to a failure to do anything noteworthy in fact comes from history’s weak long-term memory. From 19th-century folk heroes to modern activists, with detours into 20th-century tales of scientific miracles, The Unspoken History of the American Trans Man will provide a foundation for understanding the heritage of an invisible queer minority.
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Men's Basketball vs Cornell College

7:30 PM
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Native American Trivia Night

8:00 PM

In honor of Indigenous Peoples' Month, teams of 2-4 will compete with trivia about Native North Americans and the mounds on Beloit's campus! No prior knowledge is needed to compete, so come to learn more about the people whose land we stand on!

Winners will receive prizes!
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SEAL's 2nd Annual Snow Ball: Casino Night

9:00 PM
SEAL invites you to our 2nd Annual Snow Ball. This year's theme is Casino night with lots of card games to play with.
We will be offering foods, refreshments, desserts, mock-tails, etc. You will also have a chance to dance under our DJ's amazing song playlists.
There is no dress code for so wear anything you feel fit for this event. Photobooth will be provided for you and your friends to keep beautiful moment at Snow Ball.