Inlaws & Outlaws


Missouri Premiere at Drury University

Drury University
hosts filmmaker Drew Emery and presents the Missouri Premiere of Inlaws & Outlaws on Thursday, April 14th at 6 pm as part of the 2010-2011 Convocation Speaker Series: The Persistence of Memory: Perspectives on the Past.

Drew EmeryEmery's visit to campus is co-sponsored by "Drury University Allies. The screening and post-film discussion take place in the Performance Hall of Clara Thompson Hall on the Drury Campus (see Google Map and campus map below for directions). This event is open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

What: Drury University
Convocation Film Event & Speaker
When:Thursday, April 14th, 2011
6 pm
Where: Clara Thompson Hall
900 N. Benton, Springfield, MO 65802
How: The event is free and open to all

Go here for a campus map.

About the 2010-2011 Convocation Series:

Drury Convocation SeriesThe theme for this year's convocation is The Persistence of Memory: Perspectives on the Past. "We are all living with the consequences of the past. We are haunted by history & memory, and often nagged by a strange feeling that past events are somehow never really "over." Even though they are creatures of the past, history & memory cling to us in the present. But to live in the present, and to plan for the future, we must realize that we are all citizens of a persistent past. It defines who we are today, and although the past is a hard thing to know, we must seek to understand it."

About Drury University Allies:

Drury AlliesAllies is an organization of students, faculty and staff who work with the Drury community to provide an environment of respect and understanding among gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight individuals. We do not endorse any particular lifestyle nor do we impose our views on other people. We are here to provide an open-minded community where everyone is welcome.

Allies meets every Tuesday at 8:15pm in the FSC Downunder. All are welcome!


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