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How the World Works

Student and faculty scientists work together in the Science Center, exploring the world we live in - and some we don't.

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Upcoming Lectures at Keene State

This fall, the college will host a number of dynamic speakers and events of scholarship.

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From Africa to Keene State

Promise Kpee and Samuel Binogono have a lot in common. After escaping civil war in their African homeland and rising to the challenges of adapting to a new life in the United States, they've come to Keene State and will be suiting up as members of the men’s soccer team.

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The Value of a Diverse Community

Diversity in perspective, community, ideas and thoughts are core aspects of innovation and advancement. Keene State is committed to providing diversity in our curriculum and in our community.

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Holocaust and Genocide Studies

The Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies is one of the oldest Holocaust resource Centers in the United States. Learn more about the center's mission, outreach, and community programs.

Holocaust & Genocide Studies Major

Ewing World Affairs Lecture on October 1

Roya Hakakian, author, poet, and activist, presents "Journey from the Land of No: A Girlhood Caught in Revolutionary Iran"

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Other Events at KSC

An Evening with Réjean Marois

On Weds., Oct. 1, the winner of this year's Call for Scores competition, composer Réjean Marois, will be on campus for the premiere of his work, Bergère.

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"Embracing Diverse Voices" Exhibit

The Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery provides an exploration of the diversity of experience and artistic expression among American artists of African descent.

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Other Events at KSC