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The Vice-President Campus Life works to improve the social lives of all students. They oversee Orientation and Frost Week, and host smaller events throughout the year. They also provide support to student clubs. Stuart Norton, Vice-President Campus Life can be reached at:
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Doc Soup: Hot Docs' monthly screening series that presents Festival hits and award-winning docs. Thirty years ago, a group of improbable heroes came together on a mission that was both medical and moral, and, by everyone’s estimation other than their own, highly unlikely to succeed. Their goal was simple but daring: to make high quality healthcare available to everyone, even in the world’s poorest countries. Fighting entrenched diseases, political and bureaucratic machinery, and the charity-industrial complex itself, these crusaders forced the international community to embrace the idea that health care must be a basic human right in every society, and went ahead to provide it. In doing so, they have changed the lives of millions of people across the globe. Told through interviews, rare archival material and on-the-ground contemporary footage featuring Dr. Paul Farmer (legendary founder of Partners In Health), Dr. Jim Yong Kim (maverick President of the World Bank), and Dr. Agnes Binagwaho (controversial Health Minister of Rwanda), the film is an emotionally charged, dramatic and inspiring journey with these brilliant and headstrong heroes. Co-director Pedro Kos will participate in post-screening Q&As on October 4 (in person) and October 5 (via Skype). Single Ticket: $17 Cinema Member Ticket: $12, $10, $8 Student Same-Day Ticket: $8.50 (with valid student ID, Wednesday 9:15 p.m. screening only)
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Doc Soup: Bending the Arc

Hosted by Students for Partners in Health