Lafayette will celebrate Black History Month during February with the theme “Reflections of Black Life: Struggles and Achievements.” Events include lectures, art exhibits, discussions, performances, an African market, and workshops. For more information about the College’s Black History Month celebration, contact the Office of Intercultural Development at x5819 or email. The celebration’s keynote address will [...]
Activities include lectures, performances, and readings The month of March is National Women’s History Month and Lafayette is celebrating with lectures, readings, and various performances. Award-winning journalist and feminist activist Gloria Steinem will present this year’s keynote lecture, “The Longest Revolution: Social Movements and Women’s Rights,” 8 p.m. on March 4 in Colton Chapel. A [...]
Tonight’s performance by the Urban Bush Women and Jant-Bi dance troupes will go on as scheduled, regardless of the weather. The event will be held at 8 p.m. in the Williams Center for the Arts.
Assistant professor of music teaches and performs in the Czech Republic From Aug. 16-26, Skip Wilkins, assistant professor of music, experienced what it was like to teach and perform jazz in the Czech Republic. Taking part in the Karel Velebny Summer Jazz Workshop, Wilkins guided a class of singers to a deeper understanding of the [...]
Assistant professor of music recently released Skip Wilkins Solo – Live at Lafayette Following the successful releases of Skip Wilkins Quintet: Volumes I and II, Skip Wilkins, assistant professor of music, has released his third album in less than 12 months. The album, Skip Wilkins Solo – Live at Lafayette, was recorded on the main [...]
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