17
Jan
  • Non-Traditional and Commuter Student Center Welcom
  • Stop by and learn what the center has to offer! Eder 200, 11:00AM
17
Jan
  • Theatre, Cinema & Dance Meet and Greet
  • Potter Hall Theater, 6:00PM
17
Jan
  • MLK Drum Major for Justice Awards Banquet
  • Enright Community Rooms, Spratt 214-216, 6:00PM
18
Jan
  • MLK Week Movie Night: 'Marshall'
  • Blum 222-223, 7:00PM
19
Jan
  • Music Department Recital
  • Potter Theater, 12:00PM
19
Jan
  • MLK Week Community Service
  • Meet in Blum 207 to travel to a Habitat for Humanity project. Register in the CME in advance. 2:30PM
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