Yesterday, students, faculty and staff gathered in Pope Lecture Hall to listen to a discussion about the role of the church in the Civil Rights Movement given by Rev. Marion Franklin, Ph.D., as part of a series of events scheduled to celebrate Black History Month.
Students, faculty and staff gathered by the flag pole near the bridge to commemorate Black History Month. The ceremony included poetry, speeches and songs by students and staff.
Throughout the month of February, The Theresa and Edward O’Toole Library is highlighting a collection of books donated by Rev. Peter O’Brien, S.J., who taught in the English department. The major focus is on African American literature and music. For additional information please contact Ilona MacNamara.
New Exhibit to Open at the Fine Arts Gallery: African Street Scenes, paintings of Ibrahima “Ibou” Ndoye, will be on display in the Fine Arts Gallery on the 5th floor of the Mac Mahon Student Center today through March 24. An opening reception as part of JC Fridays is on March 3 in the Fine […]
Saint Peter’s will host a number of celebrations and remembrances throughout the month of February in honor of Black History Month. On February 2, the community is invited to attend, “Reasonable or Deadly Force: Ferguson Missouri to Staten Island and…” The event will be held in McIntyre Conference Center at11:00 a.m. and features Junius Williams, […]
A Celebration & Remembrance: We are dedicating the month to the Legacy of Nelson Mandela – a legacy that includes all who struggled, and are struggling, for freedom and equality. The University Community is welcome to join us at these events. The event series is sponsored by Africana Studies, BAC, Campus Ministry, EOF, FOCUS, HAS, […]
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