Event Calendar

Jan
27
Searching For Sugar Man (Film)
Documentary film about Rodriguez, a Detroit folksinger. (...) MORE »
Jan
28
Student Involvement Fair
Over 70 different clubs and organizations will be at the fair (...) MORE »
Jan
29
Open Mic Night
Sing, act play an instrument, read a poem. Free Snacks! (...) MORE »
Feb
1
DANCEWORKS FOR CHILDREN
This annual favorite is where the kids get into the action on stage. Great fun for all! (...) MORE »
Feb
1
Winter Interlude: Romantic Period Favorites
Enjoy a Sunday afternoon of delightful classical music presented by the Camerata Chamber Players. (...) MORE »
Feb
4
Black History Month Opening Ceremony
Speaker: Dr. Belinda S. Miles, President, along with the Viking Voices (...) MORE »
Feb
5
Intergenerational Activism in Civil Rights Movements Lecture
Guest Lecturer: Prof. Elizabeth Anderson- Co-sponsored by the Association of Black Women in Higher Education, Inc., NY Chapter, Dr. Gwen Roundtree Evans, President (...) MORE »
Feb
10
Soul Food Luncheon
Keynote speaker, Prof. Donnie Simmons, Director, Black Hispanic Male Initiative. An Introspective Tale of One Man’s Journey from Poverty to Professionalism and Beyond (...) MORE »
Feb
11
The Accomplishments of Black Scientists and Inventors
Check out unique inventions and gadgets all designed by Black Americans. (...) MORE »
Feb
12
Songs of Praise and Protest
A Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture special presentation (...) MORE »
Feb
16
Conversations and Perspectives: Black Life and Culture
Join us for a guided discussion about the media and race. (...) MORE »
Feb
17
Belle (Film)
The story of Dido Elizabeth, a mixed-race child raised by her aristocratic extended family. (...) MORE »
Feb
17
Poetry & Perspectives – Race and Identity
A discussion of race and identity and how that intersects with the realities of privilege through poetry. (...) MORE »
Feb
18
Italian Cultural Film: Cinema Paradiso
A filmmaker recalls his childhood when he fell in love with the movies and formed a deep friendship with the village movie theater's projectionist. (...) MORE »
Feb
18
Black History Month Poetry Slam
Listen, recite personal or read your favorite poems at this event! (...) MORE »
Feb
19
The History of African Americans in Education
CLA 100 - 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (...) MORE »
Feb
19
Film Screening, Dear White People
Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival's Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, is a comedy drama of the lives of four black students at an Ivy League college. (...) MORE »
Feb
21
THE CASHORE MARIONETTES: Life in Motion
Award winning artist Joseph Cashore creates and manipulates amazingly lifelike marionettes. (...) MORE »
Feb
26
Great Books Forum: Heart of Darkness
The Great Books Forum offers an opportunity to encounter classic and modern literature. (...) MORE »
Feb
28
Ballo Di Carnevale In Maschera (Masquerade Ball)
Traditional masquerade ball including food, music, costumes and dancing. (...) MORE »
Feb
28
Ski & Snowboard Trip at Mountain Creek Resorts
Tickets must be purchased in advance in the Student Involvement Office (...) MORE »
Mar
3
Brian Fleming – St. Pat’s For All
Performance and Q&A with an Irish drummer who unintentionally became a gay rights activist. (...) MORE »
Mar
13
Moscow City Ballet: Swan Lake
This company takes ballet back to its traditional Russian roots. (...) MORE »
Mar
15
CALADH NUA: St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Caladh Nua is a tightly-knit, vibrant and staggeringly talented band with its origins deeply rooted in the Southern counties of Ireland. (...) MORE »
Mar
16
Spring Landscape Conference
Learn how to use garden-worthy native plants that sustained Native Americans centuries ago. (...) MORE »
Mar
17
Wadjda (Film)
An enterprising Saudi girl signs on for her school's Koran recitation competition as a way to raise the remaining funds she needs to buy the bicycle that has captured her interest. (...) MORE »
Mar
25
Lecture and Literary Presentation
For the first time, Italian-American history is seen through the photographic collections of the Library of Congress. (...) MORE »
Mar
26
Great Books Forum: The Color Purple
The Great Books Forum offers an opportunity to encounter classic and modern literature. (...) MORE »
Apr
7
Spring Transfer Fair
3 pm - 6 pm in the Student Center. Over 70 Colleges and Universities. (...) MORE »
Apr
10
Even The Rain (Film)
A Spanish film crew working in Belize becomes involved in a dispute over the area's water supply. (...) MORE »
Apr
11
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
12
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
17
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
17
The Owl And The Sparrow (Film)
In this film, a Vietnamese orphan runs away to Saigon. (...) MORE »
Apr
18
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
19
DANCEWORKS IN PERFORMANCE
Experience dance through performances, workshops, and demonstrations by international renowned companies and guest artists! (...) MORE »
Apr
22
Earth Day
April 22, 2015 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Student Center lawn (...) MORE »
Apr
23
Elise Harris
Writer, comedian, and actress Elise Harris performs. (...) MORE »
Apr
24
Haute Cuisine (Film)
French film about a chef who is selected to be the personal cook of the country's President. (...) MORE »
Apr
25
Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company
This company is known for bold athleticism, dramatic nuance, and musical range. (...) MORE »
Apr
30
Great Books Forum: Half of a Yellow Sun
The Great Books Forum offers an opportunity to encounter classic and modern literature. (...) MORE »
May
1
Bethlehem (Film)
Film about the relationship between an Israeli intelligence agent and his young Palestinian informant. (...) MORE »
May
3
Italian Expo 2015
Enjoy a taste of Italy and Italian culture. (...) MORE »
May
23
LADIES OF LAUGHTER: Funny & Fabulous Tour (stand-up comedy)
Following the heralded national contest in search of the country’s funniest comediennes, this evening’s show features three smart, sexy, and savvy stand-ups (...) MORE »