Slayter Auditorium seats 300 and is used for performances, film showings, gatherings and rehearsals.
What's Happening Here
This film shows the next evolution in the ever growing challenges of climate change.
This film is a moving drama about a young Pakistani woman in Norway named Nisha, who lives a double life.
The second Human Rights Film of 2019 combines animation with historical footage to tell the story of the hidden journey of Naila Ayesh in the 1987.
Central Airport THF will be the first film of the 14th Human Rights Film Festival. The showing is free and open to the public.
Artist Jamie McHugh presents 'Inner and Outer Landscapes'
The 13th Annual Human Rights Film Festival includes screenings of Stop Over and Born in Syria.
Denison's 13th Annual Human Rights Film Festival includes 5 moving documentaries selected by the International Studies Committee.
The 13th Annual Human Rights Film Festival kicks off on Tuesday February 6th with a showing of Gaza Surf Club.
Refugee Awareness Week - A week dedicated to humanizing the refugee experience.
Courtney Smith-Kilbury will discuss her clinical work treating US Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder.
The Department of Dance welcomes Norah Zuniga Shaw, Mellon Foundation Fellow, presenting "Dance, Data, Changing Climates"
The Goodspeed Lecture welcomes Rita Brock, Nami Kim and Gale Yee presenting "Asian and Asian American Feminist Theology and Biblical Scholarship."