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Celebrating Hispanic/Latinx Heritage MonthJoin the Damato Library and Student Government Association (SGA) in celebrating Hispanic / Latinx Heritage month from September 15 to October 15 by exploring this mini collection of books, films, music, podcasts, digital art exhibits, and more! The librarians will be making similar collections for all major heritage months. Please reach out to Yoli Bergstrom-Lynch if you would like to collaborate.
The Common Read
The Manchester Common Read is a program that recognizes the diversity of thought and experience on campus and brings the community together by creating a common ground for discussion and connection. Read about this year's selection, Notes from a Young Black Chef: A Memoir by Kwame Onwuachi and Joshua David Stein.
Near Death Experiences Program, October 31
Are 'you' created by your brain? Does consciousness survive physical death? Can our loved ones speak to us from the other side? Dr. Bethany Silver will share how research in Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) can begin to answer some of these questions. Dr. Silver will also be joined by Tina Angeli, a Near-Death Experiencer and psychic medium, who will present her Near-Death and Spiritually Transformative Experiences. This free program will be held on Oct. 31 at 12:30 in the Library's Fireside Commons.