The Office of Community Service will organize an Alternative Break Service trip.
Visit http://web3.muw.edu/service for more information
The Eugenia Summer Gallery will host the MUW Juried Student Exhibition.
Feb. 13 - Mar. 6
Piano Student's Recital
Poindexter Hall, Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium
Interested in an internship? Come learn about the internships available locally and nationally and meet actual archivists!
This event is part of the History, Political Science and Geography department's Brown Bag series. It is open to all MUW students, regardless of major. The workshop will be held in the Painter Hall student lounge (first floor) from 12-1. Feel free to drop in and out as your schedule requires. Bring your lunch, we'll provide snacks and drinks!
Dr. Cherry Dunn, soprano
Accompanied by Rachel Delk, mezzo soprano
Join the SGA Senate to learn about and discuss current topics on campus. Meetings are every-other Monday at 9pm in Cochran 303.
Stop by Cochran Hall 203. See any SGA Executive or Senate member for more information.
In 2014 Micheal Kent was named Entertainer of the Year. His show has been described as "wildly original" to "clever, sarcastic and absolute fun!" Get ready to enjoy revealing stories about being a magician to interactive routines with audience members on stage.
The Eugenia Summer Gallery will display the work of select alumni of the MUW Art & Design program.
Mar. 17 - April 2
Open to all Student Organization Presidents. Come learn about what your peer organizations are doing as well as hear updates from offices and departments.
5:30-6:30 in 108 Painter Hall.
Special guest speaker Dr. Kim Whitehead will talk about the changes in Title IX requirements and how they affect university life.
This meeting of the Columbus/MUW branch of the American Association of University Women is open to anyone interested in learning more about the organization.
Richelle Lenoir, voice
Poindexter Hall, Connie Sills Kossin Auditorium
Ever reminisce on your high school prom? Ever wish you could have a "do over?" Now is your chance! Get that old prom dress out of the closet, find a new outfit, or go to the thrift store and be super retro. Whatever the case, break out the prom dresses and tuxedos and dance the night away!
Dr. Richard Montalto
This program is funded (or in part if jointly funded) by the Seminole Performing Arts Fund, MUW Foundation.
Go to the Homecoming webpage:
Homecoming Music Recital
1100 College Street Columbus, MS 39701phone: 662.329.4750 or 877.462.8439