Do It Tonight: Faculty Lectureships presents Bryan Stevenson

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MacArthur “genius” grant winner, attorney, and social justice advocate Bryan Stevenson will be on campus tonight to give a talk on “American Injustice: Mercy, Humanity, and Making a Difference.” As the founder and executive director of the Equal Justice initiative based in Montgomery, Alabama, Stevenson has helped in saving prisoners from death penalty while fighting for equal access to legal representation for poor people, minorities, and otherwise underprivileged youth. More information on Stevenson and the lecture can be found here. Presented by Faculty Lectureships.

What: Bryan Stevenson, “American Injustice: Mercy, Humanity, and Making a Difference.”

When: Tonight at 7:30PM.

Where: Rosse Hall.

 

The Monday Catchup

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True story: I create these photos on a janky, online program called BeFunky. This site is surely stealing information from my computer.

Oh greetings. It’s late, so you thought I wasn’t going to be here. That’s funny. I’m always here. Every Monday. Every week. Every month. Every semester. Every year. I’m always here…giving you the deets and such about happenings and such. My knowledge of this weeks events is your communion. Blessed are you my children. Please eat from me. Drink from my cup. DRINK!!! Which reminds me of something someone said this weekend. Here are some other musings from you, my children.

This weekend? We drank sangria out of a trash can.

I stole six menus from Peirce Pub.

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