Join us on Tuesday, November 28 at 6:30 pm in the Darden Lobby of Nau-Gibson Hall for the opening of "Contested Spaces: Examining the Past, the Present, and the Forgotten at the University." As part of the celebration of the University's Bicentennial, the exhibition seeks to explore issues of community power dynamics, exclusivity, student agency, and student responsibility at the University through the prism of spaces and their changing use and appropration over time. The project was conceived, designed, and executed by the students of Dr. Waitman Beorn's class, "Curating the Past," a new course offered by the History Department this fall. The event will begin with remarks from students in the class and a faculty speaker. Light refreshments will be provided.