Events

Wednesday, February 28

The Staple Singers and the Civil Rights Movement: A Fashion Window Display

The Staple Singers and the Civil Rights...

An exhibition featuring garments selected from Columbia College Chicago’s Fashion Studies Collection, which focuses on clothing styles from the civil rights...

618 S. Michigan Ave., Michigan Avenue Windows (1st Floor)  
Waffle Wednesdays

Waffle Wednesdays 11:30am

Join the office of Student Diversity and Inclusion for waffles every Wednesday! We provide the batter, so you can bring your own toppings. Don't have any and...

618 S. Michigan Ave., 4th floor  
Waffle Wednesdays: America Saves Week

Waffle Wednesdays: America Saves Week 11:30am

Join Student Diversity and Inclusion and Student Financial Services for waffles and savings in honor of America Saves Week. Eat some waffles, and take a...

618 S. Michigan Ave., 4th Floor  
Wednesday Noon Guitar Concert Series at the Conaway

Wednesday Noon Guitar Concert Series at the... 12pm

Columbia guitar students will perform a selection of jazz and contemporary tunes during the lunch hour at the Conaway Center.

1104 S. Wabash Ave., Conaway Center  
A Preview of Latin American Women in the Arts

A Preview of Latin American Women in the Arts 12:30pm

As part of the Introduction to Latin American Studies Lecture Series, Dr. Carmelo Esterrich (Associate Professor) offers a preview of Latin American Women in...

600 S. Michigan Ave., Ferguson Theater (Room 101)  
LIT Session: Counseling Services

LIT Session: Counseling Services 2pm

Join the Peer Support Program for our monthly Life Ineractive Trainings as we delve into a coversation about mental health, stress management, and the...

618 S. Michigan Ave., 4th Floor  
Dungeons and Dragons: Tips to being a Dungeon Master

Dungeons and Dragons: Tips to being a Dungeon... 7pm

Our monthly Dungeons and Dragon’s club meeting this time with a focus on teaching people how to run a game!

1104 S. Wabash Ave., Room 301  
Exploring Haitian Spiritualities: Dr. Karen Richman

Exploring Haitian Spiritualities: Dr. Karen... 7pm

Dr. Karen Richman (University of Notre Dame) presents a lecture defining Vodou as a religion and practice deeply rooted in Haitian arts, culture, and...

Library, 3rd Floor North, Reading Room  
Core Power Yoga with Kristin

Core Power Yoga with Kristin 7:30pm

Energize, elogate, and immerse yourself in a modern version of an age-old practice.

Plymouth Court, Fitness Studio, Lower Level  

Wednesday, February 28