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Date Event Venue/Location City Type
Tue 03/22
6:00pm
Democracy and the Internet Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Wed 03/23
4:00pm
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Tue 03/29
6:00pm
The Most Trusted Stranger in America: Frank Warren’s PostSecrets Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Fri 04/01
11:00am
Post Racial America: Fact or Fiction Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Tue 04/05
5:00pm
Diversity: On TV, Behind the Scenes and in Our Lives Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Wed 04/04
4:00pm
Dudley Herschbach - Silly Serious Science: Homage to IgNobel and Ben Franklin Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Fri 09/14
4:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Ruby Bridges Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Tue 10/02
4:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Walter Massey Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Wed 10/03
4:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Erin Gruwell Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Mon 10/08
7:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Sarah Vowell Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Thu 10/11
12:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Jeremy Rifkin Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Thu 11/01
7:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Bill McKibben Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Tue 12/04
7:00pm
Religion and Politics in the First Modern Nation - George Will Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Sun 01/20
2:00pm
Opera Theatre’s Monsanto Artists-in-Training Winter Recital Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Classical , Performance Art , Theater
Mon 02/11
6:00pm
The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail – But Some Don’t - Nate Silver Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Wed 03/06
2:00pm
The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty: How We Lie to Everyone – Especially Ourselves - Dan Ariely Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Tue 04/02
6:00pm
The Future of Cities - Daniel Libeskind Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Wed 09/25
5:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Global Health Week Lecture with Alfred Palacio Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion , Health & Wellness
Mon 09/30
5:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Ruth Simmons - State of Conscience in University Life Today Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Thu 02/13 - Sat 02/15
8:00pm - 9:00pm
The Vagina Monologues Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Theater , Charity Events
Wed 03/26
6:00pm
Mars Rover Landing Engineer Adam Steltzner: How Curiosity Changed My Life Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Mon 09/08
7:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Kenji Yoshino Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Fri 10/10
11:00am
Washington University Assembly Series: Carl Hart Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Tue 10/28
5:00pm
Washington University Assembly Series: Eric Kandel Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Lecture/Discussion
Tue 12/02
8:00pm
Organist Ethan Schueler Washington University's Graham Chapel St. Louis Classical

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