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Caliendo gives talk, engages in debate
Stephen Maynard Caliendo, professor of political science, gives keynote address at conference and participates in debate.
Kidd-Brown featured in local magazine
Tami Kidd-Brown, secretary to the fine arts, was featured in an article in Glancer Magazine for her service to artists at the College.
Celebrate Chinese New Year Feb. 15
The Chinese Club invites the community to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit Tuesday, Feb. 15.
Navakas talks about global education
Francine Navakas, Svend and Elizabeth Bramsen Professor in the Humanities, was part of a five-member panel presentation at AAC&U annual meeting.
Moussetis publishes paper in management journal
Robert Moussetis, associate professor of international business, publishes paper about noted strategic thinker Igor Ansoff in “Journal of Management History.”
Student volunteers train to help with taxes
A record 25 accounting majors are in training and working to pass an IRS exam and become certified to help low-income people with income tax returns.
Students display art at professional exhibit
Twenty-one art students were chosen to showcase their work at the Paramount Theatre Art Gallery as part of gallery’s “Aspiring Artists” series through March.
College puts used food oil to good use
As part of its sustainability efforts, the College has partnered with Darling International, Inc. to serve as its used fuel oil and grease waste hauler.
International Festival is Feb. 13
The 15th Annual International Festival offers the campus community an opportunity to become immersed in a variety of cultures from across the globe.
Rock band Quietdrive to perform Feb. 17
The alternative rock band Quietdrive, with opening act Bascom Hill, will perform in concert Thursday, Feb. 17, in Pfeiffer Hall, hosted by CUAB.
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