Shulamit Ran, the second woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in music, spoke in this year’s Ryerson lecture.
The event, organized by the University’s chapter of the National Organization for Women, featured speakers on sexual assault, a moment of silence for assault survivors, and a march through campus.
Many attendees of Saturday’s meeting wore Preckwinkle campaign buttons and questions for other speakers were interjected with messages of support for Preckwinkle.
The film, which is a collaboration between HPNC and the Howard Brown Health Center, documents high school students interviewing a transgendered senior citizen about her life and sexuality.
Third-year Greg Nance was awarded a Harry S. Truman Scholarship Tuesday for his work on incorporating financial literacy into public school curricula.