Tag: events

  • Fundraising & Grant Writing Workshop Series – April 5th and 7th

    Interested in pursuing a job in the non-profit field, but unsure of what the different opportunities are? The Office of Experiential and Community-Engaged Learning and the Department of Corporate and Foundation Relations have teamed up to offer two workshops next week focused on successful fundraising and grant writing, two of the most viable non-profit jobs […]

  • New BrandeisNOW

    The new BrandeisNOW website seems pretty spiffy. Hopefully it’ll catch on. It’s interesting that there are a few different takes on the “centralized” event calendars for Brandeis. There is one on BrandeisNOW, on my.brandeis.edu, there’s the community Activist Calendar (right here on the right), the Steph Grimes Weekend emails, there are the Student Union Announcement […]

  • Great author event today at 4:30

    At 4:30 PM today, Hank Klibanoff, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for History, will be speaking about his book The Race Beat: The Press, the Civil Rights Struggle, and the Awakening of a Nation. From the Facebook event: Hank Klibanoff will discuss the subject of his book The Race Beat — namely, how, when, and […]

  • Vaginas, Maple Magic and Climate Wars

    One stop shopping for Brandeis activist related events  for the rest of the week: Thursday: “Climate Wars,” a lecture presented by Prof. Harald Welzer – from 12-2pm in the Faculty Lounge Lunchtime Immigration Seminar – 12:15-1:45, Heller Rm. 163 International Women’s Day Celebration at Brandeis – 5:30-6:30pm in Rapaporte Monsters, Messiahs, or Something Else? Representations […]

  • From Peace-combatants in Israel to Activism in Thailand

    A summary of events happening on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week: Monday: Israeli and Palestinian Combatants For Peace at Brandeis – 5:30pm in Shapiro Art Gallery Weekly meeting of Students Organized Against Racism at 8pm in the ICC and FRESH Water Coalition at 9:30 in the library. Tuesday: A new event in the […]

  • This Week at Brandeis (UPDATED)

    It’s the last week before winter break but don’t give up yet! There are a few really interesting events this week to distract you from studying for your first round of midterms, if you are like me and lucky enough to have any. First, you should stop by Polaris Lounge in North Quad tomorrow night […]

  • Human Rights, Climate Change, Microfinancing, Siddhartha… and more!

    This week is LOADED with events.  The highlights are a series of events about the memorialization of Guantanamo on Monday and Tuesday, a Microfinance Symposium and building tours showcasing what Brandeis has done to increase sustainability on campus, both on Wednesday, and the Brandeis Theater Company’s production of Siddhartha beginning on Thursday.  See the Innermost […]

  • Activist Calendar

    You’ve probably noticed that here at Innermost Parts we have created the Activist Calendar on the sidebar for your convenience. The newest addition to the site is that you can now email your events to events@innermostparts.org and they will be added to the calendar for you. We will also try out a weekly Activist Events […]