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All day Dear Mr. Mandela, Dear Mrs. Parks: Children's Letters, Global Lessons
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - Main Gallery)
Michigan State University and the MSU Museum, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Museum and the Keeper of the Word Foundation, helped ci...
Exploring Haiti and the 2010 Earthquake
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (3 West, Main Library)
An Exhibit from MSU Libraries: Exploring Haiti and the 2010 Earthquake offers an introduction to the history and culture of Haiti, the earth...
Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry, An African American Quilt Scholar
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - Heritage Gallery)
This exhibition is an attempt to understand the work of Cuesta Benberry, one of America's important collector/scholars, through interacting ...
"Avelution" Birds in the Development of Darwin's Theory of Evolution
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - West Gallery)
Naturalist Charles Darwin was strongly influenced by avian examples while he was developing the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection. Bi...
11:30am Biochemistry & Molecular Biology - Dr. Jay Thelen, University of Missouri - Columbia
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (Biochemistry, 101)

4:30pm Journalism Centennial Siebert Lecture
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (Room 147 Communication Arts & Sciences Bldg)
Focusing on new technology and political journalism, featuring alumni speakers Don Gonyea of NPR and Kathy Barks Hoffman of AP
5:00pm Slavery to Freedom an American Odyssey
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (Auditorium, Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center)
The College of Osteopathic Medicine proudly presents "Slavery to Freedom: an American Odyssey." Theme: "The American Civil Rights Movemen...
7:00pm Shakespeare Wallah
Movie / Film (Main Library, North Conference Room (W449))
Shakespeare Wallah (1965)
Directed by James Ivory

A brief, intense affair between an Indian man and a young actress in...
7:00pm Department of Art & Art History Guest Lecture Series: Anne Bush
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (S. Kedzie, 107)
Chair of the design program at the University of Hawaii, Bush creates site-specific installations that question the role of design in the co...
7:00pm Shakespeare Wallah
Movie / Film (MSU Main Library, North Conference Room (W449))
A brief, intense affair between an Indian mand and young actress in a British theater troupe serves as a snapshot of India's transition betw...
7:30pm Concert Orchestra
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (Cobb Great Hall, Wharton Center, Shaw Lane at Bogue Street, East Lansing, MI)
Vaughan Williams - English Folk Song Suite
Bridge - Norse Legend
Hovhaness - And God Created Great Whales
Elgar - Nimro...
7:30pm Where Are All the Sunspots?
Public Programs (Abrams Planetarium)
Professor Horace Smith describes: Ordinarily, sunspots and solar activity wax and wane in an eleven year cycle. Recently, we have been in ...
8:00pm Salsa Band
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (Hart Recital Hall, Music Building (Room 125))

A salsa band, free admission, and a dance floor lined with seating. Whether you prefer to dance along or just sit and listen, make sure t...