Dear alumni and friends,
Welcome to the Innis Commons, our newly launched digital portal for alumni and friends connection—at a distance!
Explore this page to discover free virtual events, ways to help Innis students, interactive throwbacks, and more. And keep coming back; the Innis Commons is regularly refreshed with new opportunities!
In case you missed it
On August 13, alum Kofi Hope (HBA ’06 Innis) moderated a virtual screening of the award-winning documentary Mr. Jane and Finch, presented by filmmakers Ngardy Conteh-George and Alison Duke. “Mr. Jane and Finch” himself, Winston LaRose, joined in to what was a thoughtful, enlightening conversation.
Check out our YouTube channel for recordings of our virtual alumni events—events like John’s Ota‘s June 26 book talk, The Kitchen, and Phil Howard‘s July 13 presentation of Lie Machines.
Save the date
On October 8, best-selling author, economist, and alum Jeff Rubin (BA ’77 Innis) will present his latest book, The Expendables: How the Middle Class Got Screwed by Globalization. Quillette senior editor Jonathan Kay will moderate the discussion that follows.
Thanks for joining us!
On September 21, alum Jack Wang (BSc ’94 Innis) presented his debut collection, We Two Alone, in conversation by Giller Prize-nominated novelist (and honorary Innisian!) Gil Adamson. Thank you, Gil and Jack, for what was an engaging, thought-provoking discussion about your inspirations and creative processes.
Recognize a familiar face? Recall the story behind the scene? Share your memories of Innis’s pioneering years in our RemINNIScings series. Photography courtesy of Robert Patrick (BA ’67 Innis)
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