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October 16, 2018

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

All Day LIFT Exhibition Series: Push and Pull (Multi-Day Event)
This year, the LIFT series combines the work of Patrick Cull, Žana Kozomora and Donna Stewart, all artists from the Waterloo region. Each artist uses printmaking in their work, all with different techniques, materials and styles. Their work will be on display in the Library until August 2019. The LIFT microgalleries are located on floors 4-6 of the Waterloo campus Library daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Library
  • Robert Langen Gallery
  • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM On-Campus Blood Donation Clinic

    Laurier University Charity Kouncil (LUCK) will be hosting their semi-annual ON-CAMPUS Blood Donor Clinic on Tuesday, October 16 in the Senate and Board Chamber from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

    If you are interested in donating, please contact luck.wlu@gmail.com or sign-up in the concourse one week prior to the clinic.

    Walk-ins are also welcome!

    1 Donor can save up to 3 lives! Please consider donating and making a huge difference in someone's life. Laurier is a part of Canadian Blood Service's Partners for Life program, and makes an annual blood pledge. Please ask for your donation to count towards Laurier's pledge at your next appointment.

    11:45 AM - 1:00 PM Student Recital

    Meet the future of classical musicians at our weekly Student Recital featuring current Laurier Faculty of Music students.

     

    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Gardening at Earl Haig

    Community Garden: Earl Haig Community Garden

    Join us to help with the garden, and take home some free produce.

    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Laurier Washington Reading Week Trip Info-Session

    Spend the Winter Reading Week (February 18-22, 2019) exploring Washington, D.C. Visit the city’s historic monuments and world-class Smithsonian museums. Go behind the scenes at the Canadian Embassy and meet the ambassador’s staff. The trip is open to Laurier students in Waterloo and Brantford from any program. The trip is being hosted by Tarah Brookfield (History/Youth and Children Studies) and Bruce Gillespie (Digital Media and Journalism).

    Join us for this information session, and learn more about the trip. 

    For more information, contact mweaver@wlu.ca.

  • Faculty of Liberal Arts
  • Laurier International
  • 5:00 PM - 6:20 PM Inshallah practice

    Practice time for Inshallah, a 130+ voice choir gathering from across campus and throughout Waterloo Region, singing songs of praise and prayer, of joy and lament, from around the world. It’s a fun and welcoming space where multifaith and multicultural diversity is explored through music at rehearsals, public gatherings and workshops.

    New members accepted during the first two practices of the fall term.

    For photos, videos and details, visit the Inshallah website

     

    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Documentary Screening: In Her Sarong
    This short documentary will take you to Malaysia where Laurier Brantford Digital Media and Journalism grad Shazlin Rahman investigates the legacy left by her late maternal grandmother, Mok—as a young girl in the British-ruled Malay peninsula, as a young mother in newly-independent Malaysia and, up until her death, as a grandmother to a predominantly female brood of grandchildren. She takes a closer look at Mok's former life as a maker of batik sarongs and the resilience of present-day women batik makers in east coast Malaysia. In trying to preserve Mok’s legacy, Shazlin discovers what strength, beauty and resilience looks like for Malay women like herself, and brings home lessons on life as a racialized Muslim woman living in Canada.
  • Development and Alumni Relations
  • Faculty of Liberal Arts
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Weekly Game Nights
    Join us for a night of gaming fun. We play any and all types of games, from board games to video games, from Magic The Gathering to Dungeons and Dragons. This event occurs each week at the same time.
  • Students' Union
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Friends and Neighbours lecture series: Dave Levac

    Dave Levac, the retired MPP and legislative speaker, will share his observations on residential schools and Indigenous issues at a lecture in Brantford on Oct. 16. Levac, who grew up in Brantford near the former Mohawk Institute residential school knew little at the time about the school and was shocked as an adult to discover what had been going on in his own community. He'll also talk about his experience of discovering as an adult that he has Indigenous ancestors.

    Levac was first elected as Brant MPP in 1999 and was re-elected four more times until retiring this year. He was elected Speaker of the Ontario legislature in 2011 and by his retirement was the province's longest-serving speaker.

    The lecture will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in Room RCE 004 in the Research and Academic Centre of Laurier Brantford at 150 Dalhousie St. The lecture is sponsored by the Friends and Neighbours Group, a grassroots committee of volunteers supporting the Woodland Cultural Centre's Save The Evidence Campaign. This is the second of the group's 2018/19 lecture series, presented in association with Laurier Brantford.

    The goal of the lecture series, titled Revealing The Truth, is to educate people and promote a community dialog about the former Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School and reconciliation. The Mohawk Institute, on Mohawk Street in Brantford, operated as a residential school from 1828 until its closure in 1970. Save the Evidence is a capital campaign to raise awareness and support for the repair and renovation of the Mohawk Institute building. Its goal is to ensure the physical evidence of the dark history of residential schools in Canada is never forgotten. After its closure in 1970, the former Mohawk Institute reopened as the Woodland Cultural Centre, which operates as a museum, gallery, and cultural hub for indigenous history, language, education, art, and contemporary culture.

    The Save the Evidence campaign has received support from Six Nations Elected Council, the City of Brantford and the Province of Ontario, as well as from individuals and organizations

    For more information:  

    Lecture series:

    • Rob Knechtel, vice-chair of Friends and Neighbours
    • friendsandneighbours@email.com
    • 519.861.5330

    Save the Evidence campaign:

    • Carlie Myke, Outreach Co-ordinator, Woodland Culture Centre
    • ste@woodlandculturalcentre.ca
    • 519.759.2650
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