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Mattson’s talk informs students on Qur’an

Dr. Ingrid Mattson, the president of the Islamic Society of North America and author of the academic bestseller “The Story of the Qur’an,” visited...

‘Ghost Tourism’ lecture exposes industry

Tiya Miles presented her lecture on “Ghost Tourism and the Specter of Slavery in New Orleans” to approximately 50 attendees Tuesday, April 12. Miles,...

Civil rights attorney delivers powerful lecture

Renowned civil rights attorney Jasmine Rand on Tuesday, Feb. 2, began SVSU’s 2016 Black History Month events with a speech focused on her experience...

‘Equality Beyond Marriage’ lecture draws large crowd

“Consider me Rachel Maddow’s doppelganger, for all of you who couldn’t make it to see her in Flint tonight.” Executive Director of Equality Michigan Stephanie...

Teed intrigues at Rush Lectureship event

The 18th Annual Thomas and Hilda Rush Distinguished Lectureship was by professor of history, Paul Teed on Thursday, Oct. 8. The goal of...

Rethinking the role of the Declaration

As part of the University’s Fall Focus lecture series, political theorist Danielle Allen delivered a lecture on Tuesday, Sept. 29, that analyzed the Declaration...

Palestinian photojournalist captures humanity amid war

Eman Mohammed, a Palestinian photojournalist, set the tone Tuesday, Sept. 22, for SVSU’s 2015 Fall Focus lecture series. Her speech, “Breaking Taboos and...