Jan. 26, 2001
Back Issues
School plans expansion to address nursing shortage
P&T's White has 'interim' tag removed
In Memoriam


Study revealing land-use history of Grounds
Hoping to hammer out building costs, board suggests study
Pew funds new center
New leaders must be committed to carry out 2020 plans
Boosting student leaders
Hot Links - Status of searches
Faculty Actions
Colloquium series to focus on pragamatism
February is African-American Heritage Month
Second Graduate Research Fair set for Feb. 1-2
Stevenson studies children who remember past lives
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
"Going to Church" by William Johnson
"Going to Church" by William Johnson

February is African-American Heritage Month

Saturday, Feb. 3
Racism 101 & The Middle Passage, featuring Anthony Browder. 12-2:30 p.m. & 3-6 p.m., Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room. (Office of African-American Affairs)

Sunday, Feb. 4
Portrait of a Woman: Mind, Body and Soul. 4 p.m., Garrett Hall. A concert to celebrate the contributions of African-American composers in operatic music. Come witness the struggles, loves, joy and tears of one woman as she tells her story through music. (Music Dept.)

Wednesday, Feb. 7
Beyond Jungle Fever: A Fish Bowl Conversation on Interracial Relationships. 6:30 p.m., Newcomb Hall, room 389. (Kaleidoscope)

Thursday, Feb. 8
Performing the Word: A History of African Americans and Spoken Word. 7-9 p.m., Pavilion XI. An exploration of the political and social importance of poetry/spoken word in African-American communities. (Office of African-American Affairs)

Friday, Feb. 9
Afrikan Drum Festival. 3:30-4:30 p.m., Newcomb Hall Ballroom. (University Libraries' Multicultural Issues Committee, Office of African-American Affairs)

Wednesday, Feb. 14
Alcohol, Minorities, and the Media. 5-7 p.m., TBA. An open forum to address the media's marketing of alcohol to people of color. (ADAPT, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team)

Thursday, Feb. 22
The 'I Am' in Black Musical Improvisation. 7 p.m., Pavilion XI. An exploration of how expressions of the self in the contexts of the individual and community are explored in Black musical expression, particularly jazz & hip-hop. (Office of African-American Affairs)

Feb. 23-24
African-American Film Festival. African Americans' Parodies of American Films featuring Spike Lee's "Bamboozled," Robert Townsend's "Hollywood Shuffle," and Keenen Ivory Wayans' "I'm Gonna Get You Sucka." TBA, Newcomb Hall Theater. (Office of African-American Affairs, Cinematheque)

Wednesday, Feb. 28
African and Latino Sources of U.S. Music: A Keyboard Conversation. 8 p.m., Runk Dining Hall Lounge. (Hereford College)

March 16-May 13
Conversations with Igun: Sculpture by Mel Edwards. Bayly Art Museum. (Office of African-American Affairs, Bayly Art Museum)

April 6-July 5
Galactic Journal: Recent Paintings and Collages by Robert Reed. Bayly Art Museum. (Office of African-American Affairs, Bayly Art Museum)


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