There will be a 5k walk/run on March 25th to raise money for Equal Justice Works, which provides money to communities for legal counsel. Here is the flyer. Flyer for 5k Run/Walk
GPSC recently printed a newsletter for the spring. If you were not able to get a hard copy, The Government News electronic copy is here for your perusal.
The call for papers for our conference has an extended deadline of March 2nd. In fact, you don’t need to present a paper, but you just have to have an interest in one of the topics to join the panel and add your own point of view and research to our dialogue!
We are helping sponsor many events this spring across campus, but this year, we are also taking it upon ourselves to put on a few GPSC events for the community.
February 20th–Occupy Discussion and Film Presentation–in the Student Center Auditorium from 6 pm til 9 pm. The film is a documentary based on A People’s History, a book by Howard Zinn.
Film Series “Women and the Law in American Cinema”
3 Films showing during Women’s History Month in the Guyon Auditorium of the Morris Library from 3 – 6 pm with reception to follow in the Hall of Presidents.
- The first is “Paid” (1931) with an introduction by GPSC President Carl Bloom on March 7th.
- March 21st is “Class Action” starring Gene Hackman with an introduction by Professor Tony Williams of the English department.
- Dr. Susan Felleman from the Film and Cinema department will introduce “Adam’s Rib” on March 27th.
On Friday, March 23rd, the GPSC will be hosting a one-day conference / symposium open to all graduate students in the Ballrooms of the Student Center. There is still time to submit your name for one of our panels! Contact Marnie Glazier at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.