To help minimize the spread of COVID-19, some events are being offered virtually, and in-person events have additional safety requirements.

If you have questions about what’s open around campus, please check out this regularly updated guide.

  • Celebrating Black Culture: Storytelling & Poetry

    Virtual

    In this program hosted by the Orange County Regional History Center, Obi Nwakanma, professor of English and Africana Studies, joins author and poet Valada Flewellyn and blues musician and songwriter Ruth King for a celebration of the power of words and a look at the role of storytelling in African tradition and the African American cultural experience. Thursday, Feb. 11, …

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  • National Security and Intelligence: A Focus on the Yom Kippur War (1973)

    Virtual

    This presentation, co-sponsored by Academic Engagement Network, the Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence, and the School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs, will focus on intelligence issues and the Yom Kippur war. The Israeli government and military were caught by surprise on October 6, 1973 by the sudden attack by the Egyptian and Syrian armies. Questions have arisen as …

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