Coming up on campus

• “Black Gold” — Wednesday, April 1,  5 – 6:30 p.m.,  Oakland Center’s

Fireside Lounge. This documentary is about international coffee growers

and free trade, as part of Oakland University Student Congress’ Global

Issues Awareness Campaign. 

• “The Global Nature of the

Current Economic and Financial Crisis” — Thursday, April 2,  3 p.m., 

Elliot Hall room 242.  Dr. Michael Musa to talk about economics.

• Free game night — Thursday, April 2,  7-10 p.m.,  Bumper’s Game Room, Oakland Center basement.  Oakland University’s Muslim Student Association makes the Bumper’s Game Night free for all students for three hours.

“FLOW (For Love Of Water)” — Thursday, April 2, 5:30 p.m., OC’s pioneer

food court.  The documentary will show “how a handful of corporations

steal our water” and depict the global water crisis, as part of the

Global Issues Awareness Campaign.

 • “End Sexual Assault” —

Monday, April 6, 4 – 5 p.m., Macomb University Center, Building UC3,

Room 120. A community conversation about sexual assault.

Lecture on religion —  Monday, April 6, 7 p.m., OC Banquet Rooms.

Renowned philosopher Daniel Denneet to talk about why and how religion

shaped so many lives so strongly, and other aspects of religion, in

relation to biology, history and psychology.

 • “S.A.F.E. on Campus

Ally Training” — Wednesday, April 8, 12 – 1:30 p.m., OC rooms 129-130.

Become an ally of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and

questioning community. Email Joann Bautti-Roche at [email protected]

to register.