National Coming Out Vigil
World's AIDS Day
Open Mic and Spoken Word
Guest Lecturer (under construction)
A variety of speakers are brought in throughout the academic year to share their experiences with the campus. Lecturers play an important role in the growth of the student body. Our speakers have included: writer and teacher Nikki Giovanni, Hydeia Broadbent, a well known AIDS activist, Spike Lee, Dr. William H. Turner, Dr. Douglas Covington, Dr. Cameron Lippard, Jeffery Ryans, and Saul Williams. These are only a few of the many speakers that have empowered our campus community. Students have the opportunity to become enlightened and develop a well-rounded view of the many issues dealing with society.
Dances and Parties (under construction)
Several dances and parties are held throughout the year to give students the chance to socialize and unite. Different types of music from a collection of artists are provided to entertain all students. An annual semi-formal dance is held in the spring semester at which area colleges and universities are invited to attend.
A variety of plays are offered throughout the year as an element to educate and entertain the student body. Some of the uplifting, educational, and hilarious productions students have performed are "Seven Sisters for Seven Quilts," "The Meeting," "Off Broadway: Auction Block to Hip Hop, "and "Ain't I a Woman."
Celebration of Cultural Diversity Month
Each month, one cultural group is recognized and celebrated for their contributions to the history of our society. The Office of Multicultural Affairs recognizes these cultures through programs, speakers, parties, informative quizzes, and educational booths which are all hosted to promote cultural awareness as well as appreciation.