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CEC Welcome Back | Open House

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Join the Community Engagement Center for our first-ever Remote Open House! Learn about remote community engagement opportunities, resources and support our office has to offer. Chat with our staff and ask questions! For more information or to see what's new with the CEC, visit our newly revamped website or check us out on Facebook and […]

A Conversation with Artists Jessi Jumanji & Violet Luxton

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Afrofuturist Artist/Historian Jessi Jumanji in conversation with Indigenous Artist/Author Violet Luxton Join artists Jessi Jumanji and Violet Luxton on a journey through forgotten futures and the process of remembering one’s self through the healing modalities of ancestral communication, Afro-Indigenous art and culture. Please email [email protected] for more information. Zoom Details: https://pitzer.zoom.us/s/98021163926

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Drop-In Qi Gong

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Qi Gong, Insomnia & Compassion (A Health Equity Project) With the organization Interfaith Movement For Human Integrity (IM4HI), Dr. Kathy Yep invites you to participate in a drop-in qi gong class. The goal is to teach simple practices to help people grappling with hard situations (e.g. illness, natural disasters, chronic stress, violence, imprisonment, inequities, death, […]

A Conversation with US Representative Debbie Mucarsel-Powell ’92

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[email protected] presents US Representative Debbie Mucarsel-Powell ’92 in conversation with Pitzer Student Senate President Becca Zimmerman ’21. Mucarsel-Powell virtually returns to campus to speak with Zimmerman about politics, leadership, and much more. Mucarsel-Powell represents Florida’s 26th District. She joined the 116th Congress in 2019 and serves on the US House Judiciary Committee, where she sits […]

Shifting Lanes During a Pandemic: Part Two

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Join Pitzer parent and leadership coach Michael O'Brien '23 for Part Two of this two-part workshop. Enduring a pandemic makes it more important than ever to be aware of where we place our attention and energy. If we don't, we just might miss the one person or thing that can help us create a better […]

Alumni Artist Talk: Marguerite Elliot ’71

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Marguerite Elliot '71 is a founding member of the Woman’s Building and Feminist Studio Workshop. The experience profoundly changed her life and artistic practice. A co-author of The Woman’s Building and Feminist Art Education 1973-1991: A Pictorial Herstory, she has written, “I am grateful to have been at the forefront of the second wave of […]

Screenings with Scholars: Professor Carmen Fought

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Join us for a watch party, Pitzer style. Pitzer Professor of Linguistics Carmen Fought will kick off our first viewing party featuring Disney’s Coco. Fought will discuss research she conducted with Karen Eisenhauer ’13 about gender and language in Disney movies. Fought and Eisenhauer’s research has been featured in the Washington Post, highlighted in a […]

Father Gregory Boyle in Conversation: The Power of Boundless Compassion and Radical Kinship

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Join us for a conversation with Father Gregory Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, the largest gang intervention, rehabilitation, and re-entry program in the world. Pitzer President Melvin L. Oliver will introduce this special event, and Professor and Associate Dean of Faculty Adrian Pantoja P’18, P’24, will lead the discussion with Father Boyle. Father Boyle popularized the […]

True Equity Part 1: Systemic Change

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Pitzer parent and Family Leadership Council member Julia Weber P’23 will lead this reflective conversation with President Melvin L. Oliver and Trustee and PolicyLink Founder Angela Glover Blackwell GP’21. They will discuss systemic racial injustice in America and the College’s response to social unrest in 2020. "True Equity" is a series of real conversations about […]

Alumni Artist Talk: Kim Schoenstadt ’95

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Join us for a conversation with artist Kim Schoenstadt ’95. Based in Los Angeles, Kim Schoenstadt ’95 works with architectural and archival imagery in large-scale public installations, wall drawings, and other media, addressing notions of public space, intellectual histories, and aesthetics. Kim is the organizer of Now Be Here, a project designed to give visibility […]

The Beauty in Breaking: A Talk with Doctors Martha Sosa-Johnson ’83 and Elaine Davenport ’87, P’23

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Join us for this conversation with Martha Sosa-Johnson ’83 and Elaine (Evans) Davenport ’87, P’23 to discuss their experiences in the medical profession, how their role in the healing process of others shapes their own lives, and the importance of creating networks of support with other female physicians. In The Beauty in Breaking, Dr. Michele […]

Pitzer Alumni & Family Book Club Talk: “Clearly Now, the Rain: A Memoir about Love and Other Trips”

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Join us for an intimate discussion between Jackie Levering Sullivan, emerita assistant professor of writing and author, and alumnus and author Eli Hastings '00, about his memoir Clearly Now, the Rain: A Memoir about Love and Other Trips. Described as "elemental, lyrical, and cringe-inducing a love story as they come" by Kirkus Reviews, Eli's memoir […]

Secularism and Living a Good Life with Phil Zuckerman

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Join the Pitzer College Alumni & Family Book Club for our summer read, Living the Secular Life: New Answers to Old Questions, by Professor Phil Zuckerman! Engage in lively conversations on our Book Club platform and the [email protected] virtual event where Phil will discuss the roots of his book and experience founding the first Secular Studies department (in the nation!) at […]