Friday, January 23, 2015

Vol State February Events Calendar

Vol State Events Calendar February 2015
All events are free, unless specified.

Jan. 29                         Unity Day: Dr. Thomas Bynum of MTSU on Black History, Caudill Hall, 12:30pm and 7pm
Ongoing                      Andy Dailey, art exhibit, Thigpen Gallery, 8am to 4:30pm, Mon.-Sat.
Feb. 2                          Lecture: “Created Equal: Loving v. Virginia” by Carole Bucy, Rochelle Center of Thigpen Library, 12:20pm
Feb. 4                          Honors: Student panel on digital technology, Thigpen Library, 12:20pm
Feb. 4                          Spoken Word Artist: Odd Rod, Cafeteria, 12:30pm
Feb. 10                        One Book: “American Promise” film, Thigpen Library, noon and 3:30pm
Feb. 11                        Transfer Day: Four-year school reps meet with students, Ramer Great Hall, 10:30am to 12:30pm
Feb. 11.                       Soul Food Luncheon, Nichols Dining Room, Noon
Feb. 12                        “Clearly You”, free laser crystal imaging, presented by Evening Services, Nichols Dining Room, 1:30pm to 7:30pm
Feb. 13                        Andy Dailey, artist gallery talk, Thigpen Library, 10am
Feb. 16                        One Book: Effects and possible solutions to the issue of “deadbeat dads”, Wemyss Auditorium, Caudill Hall, 12:30pm
Feb. 17                        Lecture: “Race, Slavery & American Values,” Grady Eades and Nancy Blomgren, Thigpen Library, 11:10am
Feb. 17-19                   Hispanic Family Week, Advising Center, Ramer 174, 8am to 7pm each day
Feb. 18                        Honors: Psychology panel on mental health, Thigpen Library, 12:20pm
Feb. 19                        Coffee with the Prez, Cafeteria, 10am-11am
Feb. 19                        Lecture: “Transcendentalist Communes in Fiction,” by Shellie Michael, Thigpen Library, 11:10am
Feb. 19                        Lunch and Learn, bring your own lunch, Nichols Dining Room, 12:30pm
Feb. 19                        Cumberland Nursing Program Info, Warf 110, 12:45pm-2:10pm
Feb. 24                        Lecture: “James Baldwin’s Politics of Love,” by Laura Black, Thigpen Library, 11:10am
Feb. 24                        One Book: Tense relationships between police and the African-American community, Nichols Dining Room, 12:30pm
Feb. 25                        Black History Recognition Luncheon, Nichols Dining Room, 12:30pm

Feb. 28                        Science Olympiad, area schools compete, campus-wide, all day

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