Monday, March 11th 1pm-3pm Jerome Greene 102
The African Law Students Association is proud to co-sponsor “GAME CHANGER OR DOOR CLOSER?” Please join us for a dynamic roundtable discussion on Fisher v. Texas featuring leading scholars, advocates, and special guest Russlyn Ali, Assistant Secretary of Education for President Barack Obama.
Game Changer or Door Closer?
Tuesday, October 16th
Dinner will be served!
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Monday, August 20th
Jerome Greene Hall 7th Floor
Join us for a night of music, trivia, and fun as ALSA presents an African version of “Name That Tune” featuring music from across the Continent and the Diaspora.
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