On September 13, Aasif Mandvi visited Millersville’s campus and offered his perspectives as a Muslim living in the United States. He read stories from his memoir, No Land’s Man, discussed his experiences playing the role of Amir in the One Book One Campus play Disgraced, answered questions from the audience, and signed copies of his book. He engaged with students from Career and Life Studies, Black Student Union, NAACP, Student Senate and faculty, staff, administrators, and members of the Lancaster community.
Join us for the One Book One Campus fall event
with Aasif Mandvi!
September 13, 2016, 7:00 pm, Marauder Courts, Student Memorial Center
Mr. Mandvi is well-known as an actor and comedian. He served as a correspondent for the Daily Show with Jon Stewart and now produces the series Halal in the Family.
Mr. Mandvi will discuss his current work and reflect on his experiences playing the role of Amir in the New York debut of Disgraced. Book signing will begin at 8:30 pm.
Copies of Disgraced, and Mandvi’s book No Land’s Man, will be available for purchase.
This program is supported by: Office of the Provost, Office of Orientation and Transition Programs, Student Senate, NAACP, BSU, MUArts, and Lancaster Interchurch Peace Witness.
The Millersville University One Book One Campus committee is pleased to announce the 2016-17 selection:
Disgraced: A Play
The play is available for purchase at the University Store and online.
Questions? Contact One Book One Campus Committee co-chairs:
Consider submitting your proposal for the Open Space Project:
Open Space is a call for student artists, musicians, designers, singers, writers, spoken word artists, DJ, dancers, filmmakers, composers, theatre makers, DIY creative types, and anyone (individuals and groups) with a brave, creative spirit – to fill an empty physical space (art gallery, stage, or some totally untraditional venue including any spot outdoors) with original creative work, and earn a $500 stipend and up to $1500 to spend on materials and production. The space is open for the realization of your artistic vision based on the organizing theme of “We The People.” This theme is drawn both from the fact that this is a Presidential election year but also from the One Book/One Campus Pulitzer Prize-winning one-act play Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar. For more information, see the application form below. Good luck!
Open Space Project Application form