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| Friday, 14 September 2018 |
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Volleyball at Macalester Tournament

3:00 PM
Opponents: Macalester College.This contest will be available via livestream.
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Last Day to Drop First-Module Course

4:00 PM
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Men's Soccer vs Marian University

4:30 PM
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Volleyball at Macalester Tournament

5:00 PM
Opponents: Carleton College.
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"Hej Hej" Opening Reception at Gallery ABBA

5:00 PM
Gallery ABBA is having their first gallery opening of the semester. Kicking it off with a series of handcrafted postcards made by Beloit College seniors, Miette Muller and Gretel O'Donnell.
The opening reception will be this Friday, September 14th from 5pm to 8pm. Come meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments!
Gallery ABBA is on the ground level of CELEB in downtown Beloit, right across the street from the bookstore. 437 E. Grand Ave. Beloit, WI
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Hej Hej by Gretel O'Donnell & Miette Muller

5:08 PM
Gallery ABBA is having their first gallery opening of the semester. Kicking it off with a series of handcrafted postcards made by Beloit College seniors, Miette Muller and Gretel O'Donnell.
The opening reception will be Friday, September 14 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Come meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments!
Gallery ABBA is on the ground level of CELEB in downtown Beloit, right across the street from the bookstore.
The artwork will be on display and for sale, along with other craft items, through October 11. Regular gallery hours are 10-5, M-F (and Sat., 9-1 during the Beloit Farmers' Market only).
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Ousley Keynote with Tabias Olajuawon Wilson, JD

7:00 PM
Tabias Olajuawon Wilson, JD, the 2018 Ousley Scholar-in-Residence, is an author, consultant, speaker, scholar-creator, and Ph.D. student, who was selected as one of BlogHERs 2017 Voices of The Year. Wilson’s work focuses on the intersections and compounded effects of race, law, sexuality, and gender in the United States.
The Ousley Scholar In Residency honors the legacy of Grace Ousley, the first black woman to graduate from Beloit College, and is a junior scholar/activist/organizer/intellectual who is committed to the theory and practice of social justice. The scholars embody the “academic hustler” who fights for “social justice” in all aspects of their work.
The Ousley Residency receives support from the Weissberg Program in Human Rights and Social Justice.