Oscar Stanton DePriest

Oscar Stanton DePriest, who became a national political figure during his three terms in Congress, is the focus of the February 26 event.

Clock on the Quad

This update includes a new opportunity to update gender and pronouns in personal profiles, an upcoming deadline for a scholarship for DACA students, and the inclusive work of the Honors Program.

Fairchild Hall

“Unnatural causes: Conversations about disparities and inequities” will feature a seven-part docuseries with biweekly discussions.

woman voting in 1964

Last fall, the Voter Engagement Coalition launched the Voter Restoration Initiative to increase awareness of voter suppression in marginalized communities through a series of resources to spark conversation.

musical notes on a weathered page

A series of discussions will explore ways in which musicians and music educators can challenge and decenter the white, racial frame of music studies.

building covered with colorful mural honoring George Floyd

A new programming series from the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) will encourage campus and community members to come together in conversations around community safety and justice.