Join Student Life for a Visit to the Levine Museum on March 22

Join Student Life on March 22 at noon as we explore protesting, policing, and the historical context in which police-involved shootings occur through a structured program facilitated by a museum educator at the Levine Museum.

This small-group gathering is neither a debate nor a simple conversation, but rather an opportunity for individual and group learning as participants share ideas, assumptions, and experiences.

Interested students must email to reserve a space. Students will meet on Central Campus, in the Worrell Building on March 22 at noon, where the group will take the trolley to the Spectrum Center and walk to the Levine Museum.

We will return as a group, and students can expect to be back to Central Campus no later than 3 p.m. Any questions ask