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Volume 24, Issue 6Gigi Levin checks out Purdue Institute report on civic competency. Photo teasers for Che Demczuk's visit to Through the African American Lens exhibit and Sukrana Uddin's story on 2015 Louder Than a Bomb Winners.

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Outdoor Screens by Carrie Ajamian

 

After trading in your textbooks and pencils for blankets and lawn chairs, it’s time to schedule your personal film festivals. Everyone in D.C. knows that summer is the season for free outdoor movie showings, but there are also wide

selections of locations in Maryland and Virginia. Just click the next line.

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to watch some of your favorite movies on the big screens, grab your friends and some popcorn and head out to any of the locations below.

 

Carrie Ajamian, 18, is a 2015 graduate of The Madeira School in McLean, Va. She will attend Penn State in the fall.

 

On Stage

Sept. 24-27, 2015: Selma ’65 , A Play by Catherine Filloux–
In remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the Selma voting rights march, award-winning playwright Catherine Filloux brings to life the interconnected stories of Viola Liuzzo, a white civil rights activist, and Tommy Rowe, an FBI informant who was undercover with the Ku Klux Klan. Post-show discussions following each performance will feature civil rights activists, artists, and historians.
Performances: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Sept. 24, 25, and 26, at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 26 and 27, at 2 p.m. at the Hartke Theatre on the Catholic University campus, 3801 Harewood Road, N.E., Washington, D.C.

$5 for students; $10 for military, CUA faculty/alumni/staff and senior citizens; $15

for general audience

 

 









 




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