This Week on Campus
SEPT. 26 – 30, 2016
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Heart Beatz: Therapeutic Drumming
11-11:50 a.m., Siek Campus Center, room 270
Open-to-all, therapeutic drumming group that offers an outlet for rhythmic expression.
Equipment provided, no experience necessary.
When Hating Mexicans and Muslims Wins Votes:
Xenophobia and its Effects on the 2016 Presidential Election
Noon – 12:50 p.m., Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium
Immigration, refugees and terrorism are vying with the economy as the biggest issues of the current presidential election. In the view of some, candidates have staked out positions that are racist and anti-American. Yet, these platforms fit into a long tradition of isolationism in the U.S. and have made several candidates quite popular. Rosemary Armao, journalism professor at SUNY Albany and commentator on WAMC Public Radio, addresses these issues and more. Presented by Voices: A Library Lecture Series.
Wednesday, Sep. 28
10 a.m.-noon, Siek Campus Center, first floor lobby
Learn about resources in the community that can help you to maintain both physical and mental health. Hosted by the Wellness Center.
Thursday, Sep. 29
A Meditative Tone Journey with Laraaji & Arji
Noon-12:50 p.m., Bulmer Telecommunications Center Auditorium
A musician now based in Harlem, Laraaji NadaBrahmananda gained international prominence as a featured artist on Brian Eno’s Ambient 3: Day of Radiance (1980). He and Arji OceAnanda, a sound-healing musician from Niskayuna, “weave a transportive listening adventure… that leaves us uplifted and deeply soothed” using an array of instruments, including open-tuned zither/harp, African thumb piano, gentle percussion and “ecstatic” vocals. Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program and the Campus Ministry.
Game Day: Can Jam
1-2 p.m., in front of Hudson Hall
Presented by Student Activities, (518) 629-7348.