- "Sex(ism), Identity and Intimacy in a Porn Culture" by Gail Dines, award-winning sociologist, speaker and activist.
- "The truth about getting sick in America" by Timothy Johnson ("Dr. Tim", well-known medical correspondent for ABC.
- "Promises and Lies: The importance of dreaming beyond political scheming" by Charlene Smith, award-winning South African journalist and activist
- "Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger", by Richard Wilkinson, British social epidemiologist, author and advocate.
- "Exxon Valdez to BP Disaster: Changing the Endgame", by Rikki Ott, activist.
- "Escape from Slavery", by Francis Bok, former slave, abolitionist and author.
- "The Future of Movies" by Ty Burr, Boston Globe film critic
- "Journalism during times of war: Covering the Syrian Conflict." by Nabih Bulos, journalist with Los Angeles Times
- "Transgender" by Chris Miller, from the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition
Music, Spoken Word and Theatre
- "Music and Social Change. Woodie Guthrie's legacy" – an interactive concert with award-winning folk musician and song-writer Alastair Moock
- Spoken word artist Christopher Johnson
- "Marx in Soho" One-man play, looking at contemporary society through the eyes of Marx performed by Bob Weick
- "And Still we Rise". Collaborative theater project dedicated to healing, public awareness, and social change through empowering the voices of formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones.
Panels and forums
- "Conversations about Trayvon Martin and Stand Your Ground Laws." Faculty and Student panel
- "Social Justice Forum: Setting Priorities for your Generation" Workshop with students, led by Dorcas Gilmore from NAACP and LeLaina Romero.
- "It's all different yet it's not different at all". Intergenerational Women's History Month panel, panelists Callie Crossley, and members of the Lasell and Village community.
- To Catch a Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America".
- "The Ghost Army" Film screening and discussion with filmmaker Rick Beyer.
- "Daughters and Sons. Preventing Child Trafficking in the Golden Triangle". Screened and discussed by Patricia Zinkowski (Friends of Thai Daughters)
- "Who Does She Think She Is?"
Voter registration and absentee ballot project - 700 students registered to vote.