Events Calendar

Sunday, March 24 2019 - Saturday, March 30 2019

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Come travel the paths that Rochesterians have worn in pursuit of social justice, during movements for human dignity and civil rights, over the past two centuries.
Event Time
Noon
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Hosted by the History Department and the Office of Campus Ministry
Alumni and friends, join President and Mrs. Rooney for a Fisher gathering in Jacksonville.
Event Time
5-7 p.m.
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Office of Institutional Advancement
Join LSU and BSU for one huge event!
Event Time
5 p.m.
Location
Cleary Family Auditorium, Kearney Hall
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Hosted by Latino Students Union and Black Students Union
Experience the artful, playful, outrageously funny, and deeply moving storytelling craft of Peterson Toscano.
Event Time
6:30 p.m.
Location
Campus Center Mainstage
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Hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Programs and the Center for Sustainability
Join the Anthropology Club in celebrating Global Citizenship Day with free food, free t-shirts, and fun activities!
Event Time
5 p.m.
Location
Campus Center Mainstage
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Hosted by the Anthropology Club
Trivia based on the popular sitcom, "The Office"
Event Time
9:30 p.m.
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Hosted by SAB
This year, Fisher will host EuroSim, a simulation of the policy-making process in the European Union.
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Location
St. John Fisher College Campus
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Hosted by the Political Science Department
Alumni, faculty, staff, and students from the Accounting and Finance Program celebrate their successes.
Event Time
5:30 p.m.
Location
Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center
Organizer
Office of Institutional Advancement
Poet Ralph Black will read from his newest poetry collection, Bloom and Laceration, which received the 2017 Hopper Poetry Prize from Green Writers Press, 2018. A book-signing will follow the reading.
Event Time
7 p.m.
Location
Campus Center Mainstage
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Hosted by the Visual and Performing Arts Minor
This year, Fisher will host EuroSim, a simulation of the policy-making process in the European Union.
Event Time
Location
St. John Fisher College Campus
Organizer
Hosted by the Political Science Department
Novelist Omar El Akkad will deliver the talk, “The Obligations of Literature in a Politically Fractured Age,” during the Lobene Lecture in the Humanities at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 29, in Cleary Aud.
Event Time
6 p.m.
Location
Cleary Family Auditorium, Kearney Hall
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Hosted by the School of Arts and Sciences
This year, Fisher will host EuroSim, a simulation of the policy-making process in the European Union.
Event Time
Location
St. John Fisher College Campus
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Hosted by the Political Science Department
Walk a Mile events raise awareness about issues of sexualized violence.
Event Time
Noon
Location
Campus Center Mainstage
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Sponsored by Fisher Feminist Alliance