Ceramics, Mozart, Rappers, Gaza, and Parlor Parties

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Students for Peace and Justice in Palestine hosted a ring discussion on Gaza last week. Photos by Brendan Work.
The discussion took place a little over a year after a three-week conflict between the Israeli military and Hamas in Gaza.
John Williams, a Philadelphia artist, led a ceramics workshop last Friday. Photo by Brendan Work.
Scott Thorough, a Brooklyn-based MC, was one of three rap groups at Olde Club last Saturday. Photos by Jiuxing June Xie.
Junk Science, an MC and DJ duo, headlined.
As part of Religion and Spirituality Week, the religious advisors, interfaith interns, and members of religious groups held a parlor party Thursday night. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
Trash 2 Treasure also held a parlor party on Thursday night. Photo by Jiuxing June Xie.
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