Cornell College Events
Tuesday, February 19th (link)
|8:00 am-1:30 pm||Red Cross Blood Drive Small Multi-Sport Center|
Tri Beta and the Civic Engagement Office are hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive. Contact Kara Middleton (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make an appointment. Please note the change in time and location, which was made as a result of construction on Thomas Commons.
|11:10 am-12:00 pm||Faculty Meeting West Science|
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||Networking Workshop |
|5:30 pm-6:00 pm||Peer Educator Information Session Thomas Commons|
Do you want to improve the well-being of Cornell students or learn and educate others about substance use, sexual assault, and/or suicide prevention? Peer Educators will provide mental health and wellness information on these topics to students through discussions, interactive presentations, and other outreach during the 2013-14 school year. To learn more about the program and how to apply, come to an info session. Applications can be picked up at info sessions or at the Counseling Center's front desk in Ebersole beginning Feb. 11; they are due by 1 p.m. Friday, March 1.
|6:30 pm||Hip Hop Comes To School Thomas Commons|
Bryant K. Smith will lead this multimedia, cross-disciplinary examination of hip hop--the music, culture, business, and controversy--from the lense of its intersection with schools and students. One part history lesson, one part multicultural immersion, and one part musical experience, this program will examine issues of race, gender, politics, and privilege within the context of hip hop's influence on everything from fashion to public policy. Smith, a former administrator and faculty member, now works as inspirational speaker and is recognized across the country as a leader in diversity training, student success, and male development and empowerment. He is the author of "Black Not Blind," "Five," and several male development books including "M.A.N.-U.P. Master And Nurture (Your) Unlimited Potential: How to Coach a Male into Manhood," "The Application For Manhood Workbook," and "For My Sons & Brothers." Sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Life and BACO.
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