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Open to all Student Organization Presidents. Come learn about what your peer organizations are doing as well as hear updates from offices and departments.
The 100th Night ceremony, held since 1992, is an opportunity for social clubs and organizations to honor graduating seniors for their hard work. As the name suggests, the ceremony marks 100 days leading up to graduation. This spring 100th Night we will be honoring all graduating seniors, from May to December.
The Office of Student Life, The Wesley Foundation, the Baptist Student Union, and the United Harmony Gospel Choir have partnered to host a movie and discussion night. The featured movie is Woodlawn, A gifted high school football player must learn to embrace his talent and his faith as he battles racial tensions on and off the field. For more information visit: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4183692/ .
We look forward to seeing you at this event, in Parkinson Hall, Nissan Auditorium on 2/3 at 6:00pm
The Audacity Dance Club will host the second annual 'Who Am I' event. This interactive event will allow guests to learn about Black History Month Trivia as the actors will protray differnt characters who made significant contributions and played a key role in the African American experience.
Wednesday, February 8Leadership in Intercollegiate AthleticsJason Trufant12noon-12:45pmShattuck Hall Gallery, 1st Floor
Leadership in Intercollegiate Athletics is a complex and evolving discipline with the primary focus centered around the student-athlete experience. Administrators, coaches and staff are tasked with developing unique and impactful methods of communication to guide the student-athletes and colleagues down the path to success on and off the field.
Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter, Mental Health Advocate
Co-Sponsored by The W Leadership Program and MUW's Active Minds Chapter
Join the Young Black Leadership Association and the NationalPan-Hellinic Council for the Jazz & Spoken Word event featuring special preformances by the the United Harmony Gospel Chior Organization.
“Simply Streisand,” the music of Barbra Streisand, will be featured at the Leslie Farrell Threadgill Lecture and Artist Series set for Saturday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m.
The performance, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Rent Auditorium on the campus of Mississippi University for Women. A ticket is required to attend the event.
With Streisand’s signature look and eight-piece band, the multiple award winning tribute artist Carla Delvillaggio recreates the excitement and high energy vocals of the singer-songwriter’s most powerful numbers.
Celebration of Gospel will feature the Young Black Leadership Association and special preformances by the United Harmony, and the Audacity Dance Team.
Poindexter Hall, Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium
Free and open to the public
The I.D.E.A.L Women Student organization hosts 'Black History Month Trivia'
National Rec Day is MONDAY 2/20/17, and YOU have the chance to be entered to win a free APPLE WATCH!
All you have to do is participate in all three of our awesome events:
Table Tennis (Ping Pong), 4 - 6 pm
Glow Pound, 6 -7 pm
Glow Yoga, 7 - 8 pm!
You must sign in at all the events to be entered for the giveaway!
Tag us in your Rec Day pictures and use the hashtags #WRecLife and #RecDay for a chance to be shared on our Facebook Page!
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This special Jazz & Spoken Word event is hosted by the Department of History, Political Science, and Geography and The Department of Music.
Black History Month Celebration
Featuring the MUW Jazz Ensemble and readings by students from the department of History, Political Science, and Geography
The Student Programming Board is bringing an exciting nw event to campus!! Come out on Tuesday, Febraruy 21st to see if you can escape!! Read the short description of the escape room below to get yourself ready for the experience.
It is time to see if you could survive the zombie apocalypse. You have just stepped into the labs of Doctor J.R. Samuels, world renouned scientist for his work with antibiotics. It is now your job to help Dr. Samuels finish his cure for what appears to be an unstoppable virus. Your students must find answers in the lab and decipher the great doctors work to save themselves and the world. You must hurry though, Dr. Samuels may not be the good hearted man that we believed him to be.
Escape this mad scientist lab before being turned into a zombie yourself. Don't let all humanity down.
W Alumni Carrie-Ball Williamson will share her story from when she was an athlete here at The W, to her current role as the Athletic Director at Itawamba Community College.
Refreshments will be available.
The Thursday and Friday shows are part of the Columbus Arts Councils Young People's Artists Series and are rerserved for area schools.
The Saturday matinee will be open to the general public.
Learn more & Register
Lecture by Dr. Joshua Tate in Parkinson 117. Free and open to the public.
2017 marks the 800th anniversary of the Charter of the Forest issued by Henry III of England, which allowed Englishmen to use certain common lands wrongly claimed by King John and his predecessors. This lecture will use both the Charter of the Forest and the Magna Carta as a jumping-off point for a discussion of what rights ought to be considered fundamental and whether Magna Carta deserves its longstanding reputation as one of the most important documents in legal history.
Professor Tate’s research and teaching focus on legal history, property, and trusts and estates. He has been a full-time faculty member at SMU Dedman School of Law since the fall of 2005. He is currently engaged in a study of the development of property rights and remedies in medieval England, focusing on issues of jurisdictional conflict with regard to rights of presentation to churches.
Attend the second annual 'Returning To Our Roots Fashion Show'! This is event will feature the Elite Modeling Squad and is hosted by The Young Black Leadership Association (YBLA) student organization