Join us for a film screening of The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz.

When: 7-9 pm, October 25, 2016

Where: CUB 210

What: This film recounts the story of Aaron Swartz, a programming prodigy and information activist who helped develop Reddit, RSS, and Creative Commons. Swartz believed in a free and open Internet, which led to his advocacy against SOPA/PIPA and for open access. His life—which was tragically cut short—raises important questions about the relationship between technology, information access, and our civil liberties.

This event is sponsored by GPSA and the WSU Libraries. Please join us for other events in celebration of Open Access Week, 2016. Find out more at