Shut Up & Write Tuesday

Shut Up & Write Tuesdays is a global network for writers that offers committed, condensed time to write, and built-in feedback from peers. It began as a movement for writers in San Francisco to structure their time and connect with other writers. The idea was simple: write for an hour, then grab coffee afterward to…

Shut Up & Write Tuesdays

Shut Up & Write Tuesdays is a global network for writers that offers: • committed, condensed time to write, and • built-in feedback from peers It began as a movement for writers in San Francisco to structure their time and connect with other writers. The idea was simple: write for an hour, then grab coffee…

Shut Up & Write Tuesdays

Shut Up & Write Tuesdays is a global network for writers that offers: • committed, condensed time to write, and • built-in feedback from peers It began as a movement for writers in San Francisco to structure their time and connect with other writers. The idea was simple: write for an hour, then grab coffee…

Lied Loves Lawrence: Community Arts & Music Festival

Lied Loves Lawrence: Community Arts & Music Festival We can’t think of a better way to kick off the Lied Center’s 25th Anniversary season than with a FREE celebration for our community! You’re invited to an extravaganza of spectacular performances, live music, kid-friendly activities, behind-the-scenes workshops and more. The festival is in honor of Christina…

White Washing & Drag Culture

Join us for a discussion about white washing and decolonizing drag culture, lead by SGD Coordinator, TK Morton! Wednesday, September 13th, 6-8pm in the Sabatini Multicultural Resource Center 116

Queer Grad Student Social

Join the SGD for our September Grad Social at the Burger Stand! Taking place on Wednesday, September 12th, from 6-9pm. The Burger Stand is located at 803 Massachusetts St. We’ll buy appetizers, you bring the good company! RSVP Requested QGSburgers.rsvpify.com

SUA Campus Carnival

Enjoy free rides, free games and free food— all in the Lied Center parking lot! One member of each group must have a valid KU ID. Each attendee will receive 10 free tickets (enough for you to enjoy food, games and rides). Additional tickets will be avaliable for purchase. If you are in need of…

Wikipedia: How to Become an Editor

In this workshop, you will learn: how to register as a Wikipedia editor; how to add new information, citations, and images to articles; and how to communicate with other Wikipedia editors, among other topics. We will also discuss Wikipedia’s role as a reference and academic tool. Inspired by the #1lib1ref campaign, this workshop aims to…

An Evening with Edwidge Danticat

Edwidge Danticat, the celebrated author of Create Dangerously: The Immigrant Artist at Work, will visit the KU campus to discuss her book and its selection as the 2018–19 KU Common Book. (Material provided by Penguin Random House) Learn more at commonbook.ku.edu Free and open to the public – no tickets required.