Join Dana Bice, WAC Program Manager and CELT, for this brief survey of some of the ways and reasons why food has been depicted in visual art. Examples of Western art from the Prehistoric era to now will be discussed.
Join us for a day of lectures, food, and incentives, as well as a movie at lunch time. “It’s a Disaster” (2012) is a comedy about the worst brunch ever: the eggs are cold, the tensions are high, and the end of civilization is near.
In this thriller we see the dark side of power and the effects of imprisonment. As part of a college psychology study, twenty-four male students are cast in roles of inmates and guards in a simulated prison. What could go wrong?
Anita (2013; NR) –– International Women’s Rights Day feature
This documentary looks at the life of Anita Hill, the accomplished African American law professor at the University of Oklahoma who challenged Clarence Thomas’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, before, during, and after the highly controversial Senate hearings in 1991.
Dinner in the Dark is a dining event that is a sensory experience where the diner is blindfolded and experiences what it’s like to be unable to see while eating a meal. Without sight, tastes, smells, textures and sounds are heightened. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about vision loss and awaken your senses.
During this event you'll be able to tour the campus and residence halls, explore our academic offerings, learn about financial aid and scholarships, and even take advantage of our fast-track admissions! Register Now!
If you're a Transfer Student, this event is just for you! Learn everything you need to know about transferring to AUM and becoming a future Warhawk. Take a tour of campus, and much more!. Register Now!