For this fifth and final event in the Beauty of Horror screening and discussion series, sponsored by the Department of English and World Languages, we will be screening Robert Eggers's The Witch (2015).
Join us for the next History Matters! Learn how Jack the Ripper became an element of myth instead of a historical figure.
Join PNW CHESS as we celebrate Hispanic heritage! Part of our Building Community Through the Arts program, this celebration will feature kid-friendly games, dancing, fantastic food, face painting and great giveaways.
Please join us for a university discussion that highlights how different fields of study come together in analyzing The Address Book.
Johnathan Swarts, Dean of the Honors College, will engage Michael Connolly, Professor of History and author of Jacobitism in Britain and the United States, 1880-1910, about this Progressive-era reform movement.
Join us for a talk on tolerance by PNW Philosophy Professor David Detmer! Tolerance appears to be an important value. Where do we draw the line? How is the value of tolerance best conceptualized?
Are you interested in showcasing your art? Join us for The College of Humanities, Education, and Social Science's upcoming Women's Art Exhibition. This is a call out for local, women artists who want to showcase their art!
Join us for a screening and discussion of "Without Due Process," a documentary about a PNW instructor’s family imprisoned in the Japanese American concentration camps during World War II.
Join us for The College of Humanities, Education, and Social Science's upcoming Women's Art Exhibition
Tune in to WJOB 1230-AM, 104.7-FM, or the TuneIn app for the Purdue Northwest Today program, "PNW’s Days of Discovery and One Book, One University."