The Morning After
Wednesday, November 7 | 9:30 a.m.
Live-streaming on Facebook
Hosted by the Eagleton Institute of Politics, The Morning After panel discussion will feature analysis of the results and implications of the 2018 elections.
- Mike DuHaime, Partner, Mercury Public Affairs; Republican Strategist
- Michael Hill, Correspondent, NJTV
- Herb Jackson, The Record/USA Today Network New Jersey
- Julie Roginsky, President, Optimus Communications; Democratic Strategist
- Debbie Walsh, Director, Center for American Women and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics
Moderator: John Weingart, Associate Director, Eagleton Institute of Politics
Mineral Late Night
Wednesday, November 7 | 4 to 8 p.m.
Rutgers Geology Museum | Rutgers–New Brunswick
Visit the Rutgers Geology Museum for their Mineral Late Night on November 7. Re-use your Halloween costume and come dressed as your favorite super hero while learning about some powerful minerals!
Demonstrations, arts and crafts, and educational activities will be set up around the museum and people are welcome to come and go as they please. The event is free and open to visitors of all ages. Visit the museum website for more information.
A Conversation with Gov. James Florio
Thursday, November 8 | 6 to 8 p.m.
Campus Center | Rutgers–Camden
James J. Florio, a former New Jersey governor and an alumnus of the Camden location of Rutgers Law School, will discuss topics from his new book, Standing on Principle: Lessons Learned in Public Life. This free event will feature a conversation between Governor Florio and retired Philadelphia Inquirer reporter George Anastasia. Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event. Register to attend.
Behind the Magic of Disney: Is It Really Happily Ever After?
Wednesday, November 28 | 2:30 to 3:50 p.m.
Paul Robeson Campus Center | Rutgers–Newark
This event is an open discussion on how gender roles, violence, and oppression have been masked in magic. Join the Rutgers Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance to explore the hidden messages in classic Disney films. Visit the Rutgers–Newark website for more information.