MAC Series Looks at Supremacy

The Supremacy Series is a four-program series presented by the Multicultural Affairs Center geared toward deepening the conversation and understanding of supremacy in the U.S. For more information about the series and the essay contest component, visit

Filthy Mudbloods
6 p.m.
Nov. 1
Violette Hall 1010
A discussion of supremacy and Harry Potter. Discussion outlines a research study that correlated empathy for non-magical-born witches and wizards in the text to a real life application of empathy to things like immigration. How do the stories we are exposed to inform our level of empathy for those that are different than us?

The Real Life Oregon Trail
6 p.m.
Nov. 8
Student Union Building Alumni Room
Do you remember the old game The Oregon Trail? Come participate in a real life game experience about settling the West. With so much to gain, who stands to lose?

Supremacy Slam
7 p.m.
Nov. 10
Student Union Building Down Under
An open reading poetry slam with all of the poetry centering the theme of supremacy. Open to anyone willing to sign up and showcase their poetry. Hosted by TruSlam.

Biology of Race Poster Presentations
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Nov. 29
Student Union Building Georgian Room A
Ben Wodika’s biology research students have delved into the topic of the biology of race. They will be doing poster presentations with their findings. The conclusions may surprise you.
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