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June 4, 2015

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Thursday, June 04, 2015

Start Day Conference, Menstrual Health and Reproductive Justice: Human Rights Across the Lifespan (Multi-Day Event)
21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research of the Center for Women's Health and Human Rights

Join us for a multidisciplinary and global conference to strengthen our research, activism, clinical service, artistic expressions, and policy. We are working to achieve empowerment and social justice for women and girls everywhere by heightening menstrual health awareness, education and services.

Please visit the official conference page for more information and for registration. 
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Haymarket, the Soul of the City - Photo Exhibit
Haymarket, Boston’s outdoor food market, has served a constant stream of longtime residents, newly arrived immigrants, students, and tourists since the first half of the nineteenth century. 

Historic New England has partnered with the Haymarket Pushcart Association to document the Haymarket’s people and life through photographs by Justin H. Goodstein and oral histories gathered by curator Ken Turino.

The Adams Gallery presents an exhibit of 43 photographs and a video capturing the sights and sounds of the four seasons at the Haymarket.

The curators will be on hand to discuss the exhibit from from 5:30 to 7:30 PM on Thursday June 25.

The Haymarket  documentary will premiere at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 8, at the Modern Theatrefollowed by a talk-back led by Suffolk Professor and History Department Chair Robert Allison. 
Free tickets for the film may be reserved online.

All events are free and open to the public. 

5:30 PM Law & Graduate Student Housing Fair Roommate Social

Welcome & Roommate Social
73 Tremont Street, 9th Floor
Welcome and program overview.

Yvette Velez, Director, Off-Campus Housing Office will be available to answer all of your questions before speaking with realtors and management companies.

Sherley Rodriguez, Housing Clinic Fellow, Suffolk University Law School Housing Discrimination Testing Program

Know Your Rights: Fair Housing is for Everyone
Don’t expect others to know or respect your rights as a renter. Sherley Rodriguez will present a summary of fair housing laws and share relevant and helpful information that everyone should know when looking for a place to live.

Roommate Social
At this social you can meet and speak with other students to find a roommate or two. A light dinner will be served. Registration is required, register at or email for more information.

7:30 PM Henry VI Part 2
by William Shakespeare
directed by Tina Packer
Presented by Actors' Shakespeare Project

May 13 - June 7
Tickets: $28 - $50
20% off Preview performances for the Suffolk community with code SUFFOLK20

How do you take what was probably Shakespeare's first history play, filled with more characters than any other in the canon, rife with conflicts from days gone by, mount it with a handful of actors, and make it engaging? The Henry VI plays were popular back in the day not for being an Elizabethan equivalent of a reality show, but because they were packed with conspiratorial machinations unfolding right in front of you in an irresistible feast of intrigue.

Post-show discussions each Sunday after 2pm matinee and all 10am student matinees.

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