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John Waters Lecture

In a comedy-filled routine titled “This Filthy World,” John Waters discussed his careers in film, art, and literature, ranting about his life, pop culture, and things that make him crazy as only John Waters can. The event was sponsored by the Ruth A. Winter Lecture Series, and was the culmination of the two-month long John Waters Film Festival on campus.

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