3/1-3/31. Menstrual products are expensive! The PNA is partnering with Seattle T2P2, along with a new neighborhood initiative Community Works!, to collect menstrual products for students, people experiencing homelessness, and low-income households. Help out by dropping off tampons, pads, and/or liners to the Phinney Center Blue Building during the month of March, Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm.
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Wed. 4/14. WSU professor Steven Stehr investigates the roots and consequences of the erosion of truth, with a focus on politics and science. From the rise of conspiracy theories to the echo chamber of social media, Stehr leads a conversation that asks to what extent are we living in a post-truth world?