A selection of books by and about noted black figures are available for check out at the Circulation Counter during Black History Month. Come celebrate the immense cultural contributions and artistic achievements of Martin Luther… Read More »Celebrate Black History Month at Farley Library
February 1, 2023
Join Student Development & Programming Board for a FREE Snow Tubing and Skiing Trip to Montage Mountain!
Sign ups are now open! Join Student Development and Programming Board for a FREE snow tubing and skiing trip to Montage Mountain! Stop by the info desk to reserve your spot! First come, first serve.… Read More »Join Student Development & Programming Board for a FREE Snow Tubing and Skiing Trip to Montage Mountain!
Help Student Development White Out the Marts! Join us for t-shirt giveaways, swag, free popcorn, and prizes sponsored by Programming Board! Come out and support the men’s and women’s basketball teams TODAY, February 1! The… Read More »WHITE OUT THE MARTS: Come Out and Support Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tonight!
Register now for the 2023 Annual PHENND Conference! Back in person after a two-year hiatus! Friday, March 24, 2023 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Swarthmore College $90.00 per registrant The PHENND Conference is an annual gathering for… Read More »Register: PHENND Conference: Refugee Resettlement & Immigration – Mar 24
See yourself published! The Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research a new, refereed, multidisciplinary, online undergraduate journal that will advance knowledge in new scholarly arenas by presenting intellectual and reflective work by undergraduates. Please… Read More »Undergraduate Journal for Service Learning and Community Based Research
Art In Context lecture series: “Harlem Renaissance: Art of Black America” by Dr. Tom Aiello, Valdosta State University
Art In Context lecture series: “Harlem Renaissance: Art of Black America” by Dr. Tom Aiello, Valdosta State University Wed., Feb. 1 at 5 PM at the Sordoni Art Gallery Though often not discussed as much… Read More »Art In Context lecture series: “Harlem Renaissance: Art of Black America” by Dr. Tom Aiello, Valdosta State University