Lenfest Learning Commons, John Stewart Memorial Library

Common Hour: Gertrude Hitz Burton

Gertrude Hitz Burton: A Wilson College Alumna’s Modern Victorian Life

Also part of Women’s History Month Lecture Series Sesquicentennial Edition

Common Hour: “Cussedly Independent”

“Cussedly Independent:” Historic Women of the Wilson College Physics Dept. 

Also part of Women’s History Month Lecture Series Sesquicentennial Edition

Common Hour: “College certainly has been grand this year”

“College certainly has been grand this year”: The Letters of Helen Carnell Eden, Wilson Class of 1929

Also part of Women’s History Month Lecture Series Sesquicentennial Edition

Common Hour: BOLD WORDS

BOLD WORDS, readings by Michael Cornelius, Matthew McBride and more

Common Hour: A Conversation with Mansoor Shams

Living Boldly as a Muslim and a Marine: A Conversation with Mansoor Shams

Common Hour: Community Lawyering with Pennsylvania Farmworkers

Community Lawyering with Pennsylvania Farmworkers

Caitlin Barry, Director of the Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic at the Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, will discuss her work teaching law students the practice of community lawyering. Students in the Farmworker Clinic represent farmworkers and their families and provide legal support for community organizations working for racial and economic justice for immigrant workers across Pennsylvania.

Banned Books Readout 2019

Did you know that the last week of September is Banned Books Week?

Come join Wilson's Communications students as we celebrate this year's official theme -- "Keep the Light On: Censorship Leaves Us in the Dark" -- with the following free event:

BANNED BOOKS READOUT (Wednesday, 09/25 from 11-1 pm in the Lenfest Learning Commons)

Read from your favorite book, listen to others read from theirs, and pick up a free banned books comic and sticker!

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Aakash Singh Rathore 

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

Special time of 11 a.m. at John Stewart Memorial Library

WHY SIRI Will Murder Us All

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Robin Fretwell Wilson

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

Against Culture War 

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