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Thursday, March 27, 2014

 All Day
Preston Pugmire Concert
Student Events
Preston Pugmire Concert
(Ends 4/06/14) Everyday Fictions by Jennifer Nelson
Upper Traylor Gallery, Art Building

12 hours
8 hours
Excel II Training
Educational Opportunity
Hutchins 106
Each training session will include an hour break at Noon. Use the link below to register your seat. There are open seats for 15. You may... more
1 hour
Choosing a Major Workshop
Career Focus
Center for Transformative Learning (308 Stephenson Hall)
Join James Atkinson, Director of Career Development, as he provides insight to help students choose a major that will serve their career asp... more
1 hour
Spiritual Seekers: An Interfaith Conversation
Fireside Room, Draper Building
Spiritual Seekers: An Interfaith Conversation 12:00-1:00 PM Fireside Room, Draper Vegetarian-friendly lunch provided People of all f... more
1 hour
Henry Red Cloud - Green Jobs for Native Americans: A New Way to Honor the Old Ways
A 21st Century Lakota warrior, Red Cloud was born and raised on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Through his family-scale renewab... more
1 hour
Discussion with Berea College Service Award Recipients
Community Service
Activities Room, 2nd floor Stephenson Hall
Immediately following the Service Convocation, at 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 27 in Stephenson Hall Room 214 (CELTS Activities Room). Join us... more
2 hours
Spring Street Dance
Student Events
Main Street (Rain Location: Woods Penn Commons)
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Open to the Community! Fun and easy dances led by Country Dancers to kick off the 78th Mountain Folk Festival, a two ... more
Kinetic Expressions 2014
Performing Arts
Seabury Center Arena
An evening of modern and contemporary dance with choreography by students, faculty and guest artists.
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