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Jazz@ Performing at Devil’s Krafthouse on Wednesday Nights! Come get some food and drinks and listen to Jazz!
Save The Date! Calling all Black Graduate and Professional Students! We’ve got events specifically for YOU! Meet us in The Lou, Bryan Center 109, for ThrowDown Thursday November 16th, from 11am to 1pm. Make connections, enjoy good food and just take a break. We hope to see you there!
Join your peers for community and conversation! Monthly lunch series with Student Affairs leadership designed to be causal and fun. A place to learn from your peers and ask questions to leaders over lunch. Space is limited to 15 students. The interest form (qualtrics) will be active from Monday, November 6 – Monday, November 13. Selected students will be notified on Tuesday, November 14.
Large group is a place where we gather as a community to learn, encourage and remind each other of the ways God is good, and discern how we are called to live now and beyond college. It is a place where we are also intentional about those who may be visiting the community and faith for the first time.
Engineering Student Government sponsored social.
General Meeting to discuss club events
Unleash your inner artist at Paint and Sip with The Connection Project! Join us for an evening of creativity, boba from Quickly Tea House, and the opportunity to talk about and build meaningful friendships!
General body meeting for Partners in Health Engage
Wind down with a walk around the East Campus loop with your fellow classmates! You can walk and talk, walk and listen to music, or simply just walk! We will meet at Brodie Gym and will finish with a quick stretch on the East Campus Quad.
Have you tried calligraphy before? Join us for a captivating journey into the world of brush lettering, where different kinds of brushes and pens are offered to transform the words into art. Let’s unlock the artistry of elegant writing with Brushed Calligraphy!
Join us every Tuesday in Kilgo P Commons – aka Dollard House – to connect with campus partners. This drop in event will offer students the chance to discover a few of the many resources/opportunities/helpful humans on campus. We’ll have tasty treats as well as merch and information to make your visit worthwhile.
The Ciceronian Society is pleased to present Dr. Nat Malkus as one of our Fall semester invitational speakers! Join us for dinner as Dr. Malkus presents on the lasting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the educational sphere. Dr. Malkus is a senior fellow and the deputy director of education policy at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he specializes in empirical research on K…