Event Calendar

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March 21

Lunch and Lit: March Madness

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm

Location: Schlow Centre Region Library

Join veteran journalist Brian Toolan and John Affleck, the Knight Chair in Journalism and Sociiety and director of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism, in a celebration of "March Madness." Toolan and Affleck will discuss the politics, press and promotion involved in NCAA men's basketball tournament and college sports. Toolan's book, "Snubbed: A Basketball Season of Triumph, Crisis and Despair," is a dramatic story of the 2015-16 St. Bonaventure University  basketball team. Toolan served as the national editor for The Associated Press, the Pulitzer Prize-winning editor-in-chief of the Hartford Courant and business editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer. 

March 21

Film Screening “778 Bullets”

Time: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Flex Auditorium, HUB-Robeson Center

As part of the yearlong Talking Together About Guns initiative, free public screening of "778 Bullets" with filmmaker Angela Aguayo. Using archival material, newspaper accounts, witness testimony and experts in the field, “778 Bullets” presents a little-known history of resistance and resilience in the human struggle for self-determination. In November 1970, university, state and local police shot 778 bullets into an off-campus rental house in Carbondale, Illinois. The residence was rented to a handful of university students; some were assumed to be associated with the local Black Panther Party. Unlike other police raids of known Black Panther residences across the country, the Carbondale Panthers shot back.

Oweida Lecture in Journalism Ethics

March 21

Oweida Lecture in Journalism Ethics

Marty Baron

Lecture Series: Page Center Professional in Residence

Time: 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Location: Freeman Auditorium, HUB-Robeson Center

Marty Baron, editor of The Washington Post, will present the annual Oweida Lecture in Journalism Ethics. The session is free and open to the public.