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Is There Such a Thing as a Just War? Guest Lecture on Monday, Oct. 20, at 7 PM

Can we go to war to achieve peace? Is one person’s just war another person’s imperial invasion? Join us as we explore 3,000 years of controversial thought on using violence legitimately. Presented by Christopher M. Bellitto, Ph.D., Kean University - click through for details.

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Learn about the Communiversity partnerships at an Open House on Wed., Oct. 22

Bring your questions to the Communiversity’s Fall Open House from 4:30 – 6:30 PM on Wednesday, Oct. 22, in the Warner Student Life Center. Our partner colleges - Rutgers, Montclair State, Georgian Court, and New Jersey City University - will be on hand with full details.

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Opening Reception for an exhibit of works by Carlos Frias for The Big Read, on Wed., Oct. 22 at 6 PM

Bread and Fear: Works by Carlos Frias, inspired by Julia Alvarez’s book, In The Time of the Butterflies, opens in the Monmouth Museum today and runs through November 9. Part of The Big Read series of events this fall; click through for details and links.

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Haunted Theater at the Performing Arts Center - be very afraid!

Enter the doors of the Performing Arts Center...if you dare! Our entire theater will once again be converted into a maze of frightful hallways, closets, woods and swamps full of ghouls, zombies, White Walkers and the undead... this is not a show where you sit and watch the stage!

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Full program of Big Read events coming to Monmouth County in Oct. and Nov. via chhange

The Big Read, an NEA initiative designed “to restore reading to the center of American culture,” is coming to Monmouth County, thanks to chhange - featured are two books by Julia Alvarez: "In the Time of the Butterflies" and "Before We Were Free" - click through for details.

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Annual Chemistry Carnival on Sunday, Oct. 26

Brookdale's annual Chemistry Carnival is sponsored by the Chemistry Club and the Department of Chemistry; the event features hands-on experiments and demonstrations. Stop by between 12-2 PM in the Warner Center - it's a family friendly introduction to chemistry in our daily lives.

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Science Mondays: Sea Level Rise and the New Jersey Coast - on Monday, Oct. 27 at 6 PM

Dr. Kenneth Miller, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Rutgers University, will discuss the impact of global sea level rise on the New Jersey coast. A free lecture sponsored by the Environmental Club.

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Moon Family Psychic Experience on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 7PM in the Warner Center

Student Life & Activities presents an evening with psychic medium Chris Moon and his mother Paulette, an intuitive counselor and tarot card reader. They'll choose volunteers from the audience who wish to be read onstage. A one-of-a-kind event - click through for details.

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Student Life Board's annual Halloween Dance on Thurs., Oct. 30 in the Warner Center

Come out and show off your scary side at our annual Halloween Dance on October 30 - music, food, dancing and prizes for the costume competition! Tickets, $2 for students and $4 for guests, are available at the Student Life Center ticket window.

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On Display in the Center for the Visual Arts Gallery: Observing Connections, through Dec. 5

“Observing Connections: Photographs from the Teaching Collection and Invited Photographers” is on display in the Center for the Visual Arts Gallery, through Dec. 5. The exhibit is free and open to the public; click through for more details.

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