This undergraduate three-day conference will bring together people who share a multiracial experience. It is open to anyone who has ever asked, “Am I authentic enough to claim this identity?” or who has been asked, “What are you / Where are you really from?” More from Compass: Navigating Multiness
A Period of Animate Existence is a work of symphonic theater conceived by composer/filmmaker Troy Herion, scenic designer Mimi Lien, and director Dan Rothenberg ’95. Children, elders, and machines contemplate the future in a time of dire predictions and rapid technological change. More from Pig Iron Theatre Company
The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program’s mission is to create opportunities for people in and out of prison to share transformative learning experiences that emphasize collaboration and dialogue and open up possibilities for creating wider, more systemic change through civic agency and human connection. More from Inside-Out at 20: The Power of Connection and Community
The William J. Cooper Foundation provides a varied program of lectures, performances and exhibitions which enriches the academic work of Swarthmore College. The Foundation was established by William J. Cooper who specified that the income from his gift should be used "in bringing to the college eminent citizens of this and other countries who are leaders in statesmanship, education, the arts, sciences, learned professions and business." Planning for next season is currently underway.