Campus Talk

Campus Talk is a roundtable discussion once a month with topics addressing relevant issues to all UofL students while providing a safe space to talk.

All Campus Talks will be held in Ekstrom Library W210 (unless otherwise noted) 11am-12:30pm. Free refreshments.



Campus Talk Topic Description Date & Location

Beyond Vixens, Hot Sauce, & Drug Lords. A multidimensional Look to Latinos in the U.S.

Join us to discuss the reality of Latinos in the U.S. with UofL Hispanic/Latino Initiatives!

Topics include: Intersections of Identity, Not Everyone Speaks Spanish, Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts, Latinas in the Media, and Immigrant Realities.

Thursday January 21

Cultural Center Multipurpose Room

The Singularities of Traveling as a Woman

Traveling comes with risks and cautions. Traveling as a woman has even more dangers to consider. Attend this informative session hosted by the UofL Women's Center, Office of Study Abroad and UofL PEACC to discuss and learn about what it's like to travel as a woman, domestic and abroad.

Tuesday February 9

Ekstrom Library W210

Her Issues are Everyone's Issues: A Look at the Current Realities of Women

Join us to discuss the realities that women face!

Topics include: Glass Ceiling. Mind Your Head, Respect me, don't media me!, Danger. Unrealistic expectations ahead, & You deserved it for dressing like that.

Thursday, March 24

Cultural Center Multipurpose Room

Portrayal of Women in Media

We invite you to share your opinion about the roles of women in media. Our discussion will be led by Dawn Heinecken, Ph.D. American Cultural Studies, and professor of Women and Gender Studies.

Wednesday, April 13

Ekstrom Library W210