Category Archives: Campus Corkboard

Campus Corkboard- 10/16 – 10/23

Wednesday Oct. 16

 

Fall Senior Exhibition 2019 (Exhibition 1)

8 a.m.

Fine Arts 129

Graduating seniors showcase their college portfolios for this capstone.

 

Serve912 Armstrong Union Mission Trip

12:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.

Student Union

Union Mission exists to prevent and end homelessness in the greater Savannah Area

 

Thursday Oct. 17

 

Visiting Writer Series: Craft Talk with Beth Ann Fennelly, Armstrong Campus

11 a.m. -12 p.m.

Gamble Hall

Sponsored by the College of Arts and Humanities, Visiting Writer Beth Ann Fennelly, Poet Laureate of Mississippi and Professor of English at the University of Mississippi’s Graduate Program in Creative Writing, will conduct a craft talk for students at 11 a.m. in Gamble Hall on the Armstrong Campus. This event is free and open to students from all Georgia Southern University Campuses.

 

Serve912 Armstrong Senior Citizens Inc. Trip

2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Student Union

Senior Citizens Inc. provides a variety of services that meet both critical and social needs of senior citizens in the Savannah Area.

 

Campus Police/Student Group Listening Sessions

3 p.m.

Compass Point Clubhouse

This pilot series is designed to create a better understanding of the role and authority of campus police and to create a space for campus police to hear and learn from diverse student groups. The desired outcome is to build trust, foster lines of authority between students and campus law enforcement, and to improve cross cultural relations between students and campus police. Additionally, campus police will be exposed to myriad student cultural student groups.

This series will be about/for Hispanic students.

 

Friday Oct. 18

 

Strozier Faculty Lecture: Quantifying Gerrymandering

12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.

Ogeechee Theater

Please join us October 18th at 12:15 p.m. for the 2019-2020 Robert I. Strozier Faculty Lecture: “Quantifying Gerrymandering” by Dr. James Brawner from the Mathematical Sciences department.

For over 200 years, state legislatures in this country have drawn oddly shaped voting districts, often with the intention of increasing the voting power of the party controlling the legislature. For just as long, critics have cried foul, denouncing such attempts as “gerrymandering.”  More recently, technology has enabled legislatures to “gerrymander on steroids” and draw district maps that greatly favor one party over the other, even when there is a fairly even split among voters in the state.  Dr. Brawner discusses recent mathematical attempts to quantify gerrymandering, featured in recent arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court, and implications for the future.

Strozier Faculty Lectures are held in the Ogeechee Theater on the Armstrong Campus. The Robert I. Strozier series honors Professor Emeritus of English Robert Strozier who served the Armstrong community for more than four decades.

 

Monday Oct. 21

 

Serve912 Armstrong Coastal Pet Rescue Trip

1 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Student Union

Coastal Pet Rescue is an animal rescue organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, abused and neglected dogs and cats in Savannah and surrounding areas.

 

Tuesday Oct. 22

 

Free Expression – Armstrong Campus

1 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Burnett Hall, HR Training Room 160

Legal Affairs Boot Camp: Session 5 of 7.

Training will cover issues and analysis under Academic Freedom, Freedom of Expression, and Freedom of Religion.

 

Serve912 Armstrong Ronald McDonald House Trip

2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Student Union

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire creates, finds, and supports programs that directly enhance the health and well-being of children and families.

 

Wednesday Oct. 23

 

Workshop Series – Resume Writing

10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Hawes Hall 213

Get the 411 on resume styles, sections and formatting tips.

Find Your Place On Campus

Organizations recognized by the Office of Student Activities (may be contacted via myInvolvement):

Accounting Association: To foster  an interest and understanding of the accounting field and profession; to unite students who have similar interests and ideals. Our goal is to prepare our members for the transition from the academic world to the business world.

Active Minds: Active Minds at Armstrong is a recognized chapter within the national Active Minds organization that is comprised of more than 400 college chapters; all working towards one goal – to change the conversation about mental health. Founded to combat the stigma and lack of understanding surrounding mental health, the mission of Active Minds is to promote mental health awareness, education, and advocacy.

Armstrong Campus Catholic Ministry: Faith-based, Catholic group open to all students seeking a relationship with Christ. Students are invited to learn more about their faith through: Bible study, theology talks, Mass & Adoration and social gatherings.

Armstrong Gamers Guild: We seek to learn through our favorite games either through practice or by watching videos on specific topics.

Art Club: The mission of the Art Club is to promote art at the Armstrong Campus at Georgia Southern University and in the surrounding community.  The purpose of the Art Club is for members to work together, to support fellow art students, to foster art appreciation,to build skills, to facilitate student and faculty relationships, and to create a stronger art community in the Savannah area.

Association of Nursing Students: AANS is a chapter of the National Student Nurses Association that is dedicated to promoting the professional development of nursing students. Professional development is fostered through monthly Lunch and Learn events, featuring presentations of health related subjects. Opportunities also include community service activities that are fostered through volunteerism.

Baptist Collegiate Ministry: BCM is not a church, but is a cooperative ministry of local churches and the State Baptist convention of churches. Through the funds and volunteer efforts provided by these ministry sponsors, the BCM is able to reach a wide audience of students with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Visit our website for more information: www.bcmofarmstrong.org

Chi Alpha: Our mission is to reconcile students to Christ, equipping them through spirit-filled communities of prayer, worship, fellowship, discipleship, and mission. We desire to create a community of students who follow Jesus and walk as His disciples. We want to love God and love people. That is our goal. 

Collegiate 100: The mission of the Collegiate 100 shall be to support the sponsoring chapter’s initiative of nurturing and enhancing the growth, development and opportunities for African-American youth. All activities of the Collegiate 100 are coordinated in compliance with the planned objectives of the sponsoring chapter as they relate to existing relationships with local schools and other entities that provide services to youth. The Collegiate 100 has an important role to play on the college campus, and the effective playing of that role requires that the chapter be responsible, productive, and cooperative segment of 100 Black Men of America and the total college community.  

Get Psych’d: Get Psych’d enhances campus life by providing safe, inclusive, and diverse psychology-related service, social, and professional development events for the student body, creating a TRUE BLUE experience. Get Psych’d impacts the personal development of our members by providing community service opportunities for continued growth. Using this knowledge, we empower our members to become better leaders with valuable, hands-on experience.

Golden Dream Dancers: We are a student recreation club that hosts events on promoting confidence and physical activity. We also perform at recreation sporting events and other events upon request.

Health and Physical Education Club: The mission of HPEC Armstrong is to generate excitement in the field of study, provide service to the community and promote the benefits of physical activity in general.

Health Science Student Association: The Armstrong Campus Health Sciences Student Association promotes interest in the Health Sciences, fosters awareness of the Health Sciences in the greater general community and provides a collegiate forum for the exchange of information, ideas, opportunities, and concerns among Health Sciences students, faculty, and practitioners.

Honors Program: This is the student organization for the University Honors Program at the Armstrong Campus. We organize social and community service events for Honors Program members and serve as an information intermediary between the Honors Program and its members.

International Student Organization: We embrace unity in diversity among our international and local students. We provide an environment that promotes global awareness through a variety of cultural experiences. Our main focus is to bring about cultural exchange so that we can learn to appreciate aspects of one another’s background. ISO serves as an educational source of the world beyond the United States. ALL students are welcome to join. 

Japanese Pop-Culture Appreciation Club: The purpose of JPAC shall be to promote knowledge and appreciation of all forms of Japanese culture, including (but not limited to) anime, manga, music, food, film, fashion, religion, politics and video games.

Moot Court Association: The Moot Court Association offers its members intense simulation of appellate court proceedings. It involves teams of student-contestants, clients burdened by a legal problem, briefs and oratory detailing the dimensions of the legal problem before an appellate court and the judging of performances by panels of students, attorneys, law faculty or, on occasion, members of the judicial branch of government.

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People: An organization on Armstrong Campus geared toward bridging the campus and the community through social and political events. The mission of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.  

Omicron Delta Kappa Armstrong Campus Circle: National leadership honor organization.

Phi Eta Sigma: Student organization for the members of the Armstrong Campus chapter of the honor society Phi Eta Sigma.

Political Engagement Organization: This is a club for those who want to discuss and learn more about politics and current events in a friendly environment. We will be hosting events such as movie screenings, guest speakers, workshops, debates and all sorts of fun and engaging things to get people involved. All majors are welcome.

Pre-Medical Association: The overall goals of the Pre-Medical Association are to provide pre-medical students guidance, exposure and opportunities to gain success in admissions to doctoral programs related to allopathic and osteopathic medicine on the Armstrong Campus. The meetings in the fall semesters are typically steered toward promoting competitive applications, such as hosting medical school admissions representatives and volunteering opportunities. Whereas in the spring semesters, the Pre-Medical Association brings in guest speakers, ranging from medical students to attending physicians, to expose students to the field and provide shadowing opportunities.  

Public Health Student Association: PHSA is open to all students interested in promoting public health.

Rho Tau: The purpose of Rho Tau is to lead and advise prospective physical therapy students in the Armstrong community by rendering opportunities to gain experience and learn from professionals in the field of physical therapy.

Student Media: The George-Anne Inkwell Edition is the official student newspaper of the Armstrong Campus. For more information and to get involved, visit the Georgia Southern website and search for “student media.”

Armstrong TRiO Student Support Services: A program for current or incoming Armstrong students who need academic assistance and other services to be successful at the university. Funded by a Department of Education federal grant to the university, the project provides advising, instruction, tutoring, mentoring and informational workshops for eligible participants.

University Programming Board: A university-sponsored student organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life at Georgia Southern University-Armstrong campus by providing quality, affordable entertainment and special events for the entire GSU community. University Programming Board provides a wide variety of diverse, inclusive, and community-building programs. The University Programming Board produces programs including free movies, Homecoming events and Beach Bash.

Wesley Foundation: This organization is an extension of the United Methodist Church. It serves to teach students how to become devoted followers of Jesus Christ through worship, discipleship and fun.

 

 

Opportunities from the Office of Multicultural Affairs. For more information about these organizations, contact McKenzie Peterman, Memorial College Center, Room 211,  mpeterman@georgiasouthern.edu

 

SAAS is a sisterhood of women who aim to cultivate classroom and personal success. These women host skill-building seminars, host events to promote social awareness, and promote education with ties to faculty and staff members and mentors. 

 

MOVE is an African American male initiative that promotes academic success and social responsibility. We seek to prepare our gentlemen not just for their collegiate experience but for what they will encounter beyond. We host programming to build academic, social, and professional skills.

 

HOLA provides our Hispanic/Latinx students support services, leadership opportunities, and cultural awareness programming. HOLA students raise money throughout the year in order to provide scholarship opportunities. 

 

MANA is the first college chapter of the national organization for Latinas of the same name. The national organization was established in 1974. The Armstrong chapter was founded in 2017. The organization focuses on leadership, community, and advocacy. MANA hosts monthly meetings and hosts events throughout the year. 

 

Opportunities from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

For more information, contact Laura Donato, ldonato@georgiasouthern.edu, 912-344-2537, Memorial College Center room 207B

 

College Panhellenic Chapters (Recruitment week Aug 26-30)

Alpha Sigma Tau 

Phi Mu Alpha 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

 

Interfraternity Council Chapters (Recruitment week Sept 3-10)

Kappa Sigma 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

 

Multicultural Greek Council Chapters 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. 

Lambda Theta Phi Latina Fraternity Inc. 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. 

 

Opportunities from Campus Recreation and Intramurals:

 

Intramurals. Start or join a team. Register at imleagues.com/armstrong

 

Club sports. Do you like hanging out with people with similar interests? Do you like playing competitive sports? Check out all the teams at bit.ly/armstrongclubsports. Sports include:

  • Men’s Rugby
  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
  • Running
  • Women’s Soccer
  • Men’s Soccer
  • Baseball
  • Dance Team
  • Men’s Basketball
  • Women’s Basketball (currently inactive)
  • Tennis
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Archery
  • Historical Fencing
  • Boxing

 

Group Fit. Get in a great workout and learn some new exercises with our Group Fit instructors. Check out one of our Group Fitness classes at the SRC. Visit bit.ly/armstronggroupfit.

 

If you love nature and the great outdoors, register for one of our Adventure Trips. For a full listing of trips, visit cri.gs/trips.

Opportunities from the Office of Career and Professional Development:

Resume Boot Camp (12 p.m. – 4 p.m.  Aug. 28, Solms Hall Room 104)

Need a resume for an on-campus or part-time job? Seeking an internship soon?  Bring your resume for advice on how to put your best foot forward! 

 

Suited for Success Career Closet (Solms Hall Room 104)

The Office of Career and Professional Development now offers year round access to the Career Closet!  If you need something to wear for an upcoming interview check out the Suited for Success Career Closet.  Whether you’re applying for part-time, full-time, shadowing, internships, or another opportunity, we have something for you!

 

Campus Corkboard- 2/20 – 2/26

Wednesday Feb. 20

Congressional High School Exhibition

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Fine Arts Gallery

Art Exhibition

 

 

Safe Space Training

3 – 5 p.m.

University Hall 157

Two-hour training to raise awareness and knowledge of LGBTQ+ issues and suggests ways to serve as an ally and create safe, inclusive spaces for students and the Georgia Southern community.

 

Sip & Paint

7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
University Hall, 158
Join us as we host a relaxing evening full of painting and mocktails. Non-alcoholic beverages will be served.

 

Thursday Feb. 21

Piano in the Arts- Duo Trompaino
7:30p.m. – 9 p.m.
Fine Arts Auditorium, 162

Duo Trompiano offers an exciting blend of music to fit any occasion. We draw from contemporary literature, arrange standards in the classic and jazz repertoires, and actively engage composers in the creation of new works

HIV Testing

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Student Union, Ballroom
In honor of National Black HIV/ AIDS Awareness Day we will be hosting HIV testing on campus for students, faculty, and staff.

Strategic Planning Town Hall
5:30p.m. – 7p.m.
Student Union, Ballroom

Join the Strategic Planning Conversation! The Georgia Southern community is coming together to develop a new Strategic Plan. Everyone’s voice matters – we want YOU to be part of the process!

Armstrong History Reception
6:30p.m.
138 E. 46th Street Savannah

Alumni Neil and Patti Victor welcome you to their Ardsley Park home for this reception presented by the Armstrong Network. Light refreshments will be served as we celebrate Armstrong’s history.

Friday Feb. 22

Black History Tour

1 p.m.

Downtown Savannah

Join us as we make our way to downtown Savannah for a Black History tour with Day Clean Journeys, the only Black tour company in Savannah, GA. The tour will feature the Ralph Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, a visit with First African Baptist Church, and other local points of interests. This trip is free for students, except for lunch. Transportation is provided, space is limited.

Fresh Fruit Friday

10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
SSC Compass Plaza
Stop by our booth where we are sampling fresh, in-season fruit as well educating students on the benefits of these fruits and different ways to incorporate them into their diet.

Racial Battle Fatigue: Recognize. Heal. Be An Ally.

1 p.m.

Solms Hall, 202

This workshop is designed to help attendees to name and recognize indicators and signs of racial battle fatigue, which may plague many persons from marginalized and minoritized groups. Persons who’ve experienced this phenomenon will learn how to navigate the path towards healing. Persons who are not a part of a marginalized or minoritized group will learn the importance of ally-ship and how to be an effective ally for peers, co-workers, classmates, etc.

Saturday Feb. 23

Black Man Empowerment Summit
9a.m. – 4 p.m.
Memorial College Center

The Men of Vision and Excellence will host this summit that empowers young males in the areas of scholarship, community engagement, and campus leadership. The summit will feature an opening motivational speaker, breakout sessions, Gentlemen’s Luncheon, and an empowerment panel. The event will be free to a limited amount of registrants.

Monday Feb. 25

Black Heritage Living Museum

5p.m. – 8 p.m.

Student Union, Ballroom A & B

Come out to our museum of living African American leaders, activists, and icons. The “museum” will featuring costumed historians that will depict our Black Heroes of Today and Yesterday that with which attendees can interact.

Stress Less Wagon

6 p.m.

Learning Commons

Research shows that taking study breaks can lead to increased retention. During midterms and finals, the Stress Less Wagon will make its way around Henderson Library distributing snacks and offering tips on how to manage stress. Health Services staff will also facilitate short meditation, breathing, progressive relaxation and stretching workshops to give students a quick break from studying.

 

Tuesday Feb. 26

Let’s Talk About It: First Amendment vs. Free Speech

6p.m. – 7:30p.m.

University Hall, 157

The first amendment is described as, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press. Hate speech, often being confused as exercising the first amendment, can be an attack of a person or group on the basis of attributes such as race, religion, ethnic origin, etc. An interactive panel will take place to discuss this topic.

Campus Corkboard 2/13 – 2/19

Wednesday, Feb. 13

Money Talk Pt. 1: Personal Finance

11:00a.m.-12:00p.m.

Solms Hall, 108

Have you ever wanted to own your own business? Well now you can start with something as simple as the business of your personal finances. The Money Talk will cover selected aspects of personal banking, budgeting, credit cards, and short term investing. You will learn how to manage your personal finances while leveraging technology to maximize your savings in the short and long term. Stay tuned for Part 2 in March!

Carry the Love

2/13-2/14

7:00p.m.

Fine Arts Auditorium

Come join the BCM and Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship group for two nights of worship and hearing about the Gospel. Take some time out of your busy schedules to take your mind off of everything you need to do by coming together with your peers and giving it all to Jesus.

 

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Flyer for Carry the Love event. BCM of Armstrong group Facebook page.

Thursday, Feb. 14

Be OURS: Ghosted Valentine’s

11:00a.m.

B&D Burgers – West Congress Street

Ghosted on Valentine’s Day?! Ditch stupid cupid and join us at B&D Burgers on Congress (open- close) with $5 Shot Specials and $5 Cocktails featuring Ghost Coast Distillery spirits–while enjoying your favorite B&D grub. If Love’s got you down this Valentine’s, make plans to DRINK LOCAL and mingle with the ghosted singles. We’ll save you a seat.

Valentine’s Day Celebration

4:00PM

201 Seafood Restaurant

Love is in the air!!!Looking for the perfect place to woo your Valentine? Join us for Appetizers and a Romantic Dinner followed by an evening dancing at our upscale lounge. Free entry at our lounge with dinner receipt from our restaurant. Check out our Special menu to celebrate your love. Thursday February 14, 2019 Door opens at 4 p.m. till 10 p.m. at our restaurant and DJ starts at 8 p.m. at our Lounge.

 

Valentine’s Day Skate Night

7 p.m.

Alumni Area

Celebrate Valentine’s Day by coming to a skate night at the Alumni Arena! The event is free for students with a valid Eagle ID. Skates and concessions will be offered.

 

Friday, Feb. 15

Faculty Lecture: “Help, I’m a Caregiver!”

12:15p.m.-1:15p.m.

Ogeechee Theater

Did you know that if you are the main caregiver for a parent, spouse or child with a serious illness, disability or diagnosis, you are probably more stressed than you realize? And you are not alone. Many caregivers experience high levels of strain from their role. As a result, they face unique levels of burden, stress, anxiety, depression, and disruption of their own personal well-being and social activities. This talk explores the psychological ramifications of caregiving and offers some practical solutions for caregivers to reduce the strain. Faculty, staff, students, and community members welcome!

 

 

Saturday, Feb. 16

“40 Acres and a Mule” Screening and Discussion

12:00p.m.

Bull Street Library

Screening and discussion of “40 Acres and a Mule,” a docudrama about the meeting of U.S. government officials with 20 African-American church leaders on January 12, 1865 in Savannah, Georgia.

 

Sunday, Feb. 17

Marsh Trek

4:00p.m.-5:00p.m.

Tybee Island Marine Science Center

On a marsh trek, you’ll enjoy a hands-on exploration of Georgia’s salt marsh, searching the mud for fiddler crabs, snails, and more. Learn about adaptations necessary for survival in this environment, how the marsh functions as a nursery for manyorganisms, a filter for pollutants,and as an abundant food source. Please wear closed-toed, closed- heel shoes, such as rain boots or old tennis shoes (no flip flops or Crocs) and expect to get muddy. Marsh Treks meet off-site, on the north end of the island at Spanish Hammock. Directions are provided with paid program confirmation.

 

Monday, Feb. 18

Congressional High School Exhibition

9:00a.m.-5:00p.m.

Fine Arts Gallery

Art Exhibition

 

Tuesday, Feb. 19

Chamber Concert

7:30a.m.-9:00a.m.

Fine Arts Auditorium, 162

An evening of small ensembles featuring Georgia Southern students. The proceeds will benefit future scholarships.

 

Campus Corkboard- 2/6 – 2/13

Wednesday, Feb 6
Student Juried Reception
12:00p.m.
Fine Arts Gallery
Reception for Student Juried Art Exhibition

Savannah Black Heritage Festival
8 a.m.-10 p.m.
“Celebrating 30 Years of Black History, Culture and Art” is the central theme of the Savannah Black Heritage Festival scheduled for February 1-22, 2019. Cultural education and exposure to the performing and visual arts are offered for all ages and interests
throughout the celebration. Special programs and activities during this festival will serve as tribute to the late Westley W. Law, the founder and former organizer of the Savannah Black Heritage Festival. Included on the schedule are national, regional and local
musicians of many genres, dance performances, a local youth talent showcase, historic tours, visual arts exhibitions by internationally acclaimed and local artists, the W.W. Law Lecture and theatre productions.

A Conversation: Artist Representation
6-7 p.m.
Georgia Coastal Center
A Conversation: Artist Representation: “Navigating professionalism, visibility, and representation.” Led by Susan Laney, owner of Laney Contemporary Fine Art and
Rachel Reese, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Telfair Museums.The goal of
this conversation and discussion is to help inform artists, arts culture workers, and the arts curious about best practices in the visual arts with regards to professionalism in building an art career, organization, or even engagement.

Open Mic Nite
9-11 p.m.
Chuck’s Bar
Come test out your newest material in comedy, music and performance in downtown
Savannah with other performers at Chuck’s Bar.

Thursday, Feb 7
HOLA Lunch n’ Learn
12:15PM to 1:15p.m.
University Hall
Join HOLA for their monthly discussion/presentation as part of Black Heritage Celebration Month.

Excel Basics

6:00p.m.-7:30p.m.
Armstrong Campus
This course offers a fundamental understanding of Microsoft Excel 2016, including basic Excel environment, navigating the worksheet and ribbon, creating and formatting worksheets, entering and editing data, using functions and formulas, controlling the print output, and using basic tables.

Google Docs Essential Training
6:00p.m.-7:30p.m.
Armstrong Campus
This fundamental course for all skill types introduces students
to a web-based document management application for creating and editing word
processing and spreadsheet documents for both individual and real-time collaborative projects. Students will learn the basics of Google Docs, how to work with
text, ways to use review tools, how to use advanced features and how to collaborate in one Google Doc.

Friday, Feb 8
Restorative Retreat
9:00a.m.-12:00p.m.
Compass Point Clubhouse
Join Health Services and the Counseling Center for an event designed to restore your mind- body balance with breathing exercises, meditation, yoga, meditative artwork and more! Pre-registration required

Strategic Planning Town Hall
1:30p.m.-3:00p.m.
Health Professions Academic
Building, 160
Join the Strategic Planning Conversation! The Georgia Southern community is coming
together to develop a new Strategic Plan. Everyone’s voice matters – we want YOU to be part of the process!

Monday, Feb 11
I AM
11:00a.m.-2:00p.m.
Student Union, Table
Inspired by the “I Am A Man” campaign during the Civil Rights Era, Collegiate 100 encourages you to stop by their table to create your own “I Am” sign as a statement of how you see yourself and not what society dictates.

Film Series: “Liyana”
7:00p.m.-9:30p.m.
Ogeechee Theater
Five orphaned children from Swaziland collaborate to craft a collective fairytale drawn from their darkest memories and brightest dreams. Their fictional character, Liyana, is brought to life in innovative animated artwork as she embarks on a perilous quest to rescue her young twin brothers.

Tuesday, Feb 12
Brown Bag: Unnatural Causes: When the Bough Breaks
12:30p.m.-1:30p.m.
The documentary Unnatural Causes is an acclaimed PBS series whose aim is to examine the root causes of health inequities, particularly focused on socio- economic and racial inequities in health, in the United States. During this session, we will view the episode, “When the Bough Breaks”, which discuss the effect of racism on birth outcomes. This
brown bag is hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health.

Wednesday, Feb 13
Money Talks
11:00a.m.-12:00p.m.
Solms Hall, 108
Have you ever wanted to own your own business? Well now you can start with something as simple as the business of your personal finances. The Money Talk will cover selected aspects of personal banking, budgeting, credit cards, and short term investing.