November 3 Booya – Hopeful Engagement in Politics
November 3 – Hopeful Engagement in Politics
Facilitated by Student Advisory Team
With the election a few days away, politics is everywhere you look! And while it’s an exciting time for change… politics can also be confusing, draining, and at times disheartening. Join us for a booya that will be the perfect cure for your political doubts and woes. We’ll start with the idea that politics and civic work are how we decide our future together and explore ways to enter into this work with energy, inspiration, and hope. You’ll also get some last-minute tips on how to be a well-informed voter on local to national elections!
Time: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: IonE Commons, Room R350 of the Learning and Environmental Sciences Center
1954 Buford Ave, Saint Paul
What are booyas?
The heart of Boreas is the community we create – graduate and professional students and post-docs from across campus connect through Boreas. We host a series of Boreas Booyas (based on the Upper-Midwest tradition of community stews called booyas). At these events, you’ll be able to connect with fellow participants, learn from community leaders, and delve deeper into select leadership topics. Booyas happen on select Thursdays from 4:30 – 6 p.m. through the semester. Check out the rest of the fall schedule.