Xavier University celebrates Black History Month Feb 1-29

January 31, 2012

These Black History Month programs at Xavier University are free and open to the public.

Tuesday, Feb. 7
Black Psychology: 7:00 pm in Conaton Learning Commons Kennedy Auditorium
Get Tested: National Black AIDS/HIV Awareness Day: All day (7:00 am – 7:00 pm) in Gallagher Student Center Atrium

Friday, February 10th
The Great Debate: 7:00 pm in Gallagher Student Center Theatre

Wednesday, February 15th
The Essence of…Antiquity: The Roots of Our Identity: 6:00 pm in Conaton Learning Commons Kennedy Auditorium

Thursday, February 16th
A Concert of Spirituals for voice & piano: 12:55 pm in Bellarmine Chapel
The Essence of…Worship: Faith Can You Be Greek and Christian: 7:00 pm in Conaton Learning Commons Kennedy Auditorium

Friday, February 17th
The Essence of…Truth: Unraveling the Mystery: 7:00 pm in Conaton Learning Commons Kennedy Auditorium
Open Mic Night at Andy’s Mediterranean Grill at Ryan’s Pub: 7:00 pm in Gallagher Student Center Food Court

Saturday, February18th
The Essence of…Culture: NPHC Step Show: 7:00 pm in Gallagher Student Center Theatre

Wednesday, February 22nd
Religions in Black America: 7:00 pm in Gallagher Student Center 3rd floor Clocktower Lounge

Tuesday, February 28th
Arvin Mitchell Comedy Show: 9:00 pm in Gallagher Student Center Theatre

Wednesday, February 29th
A Step Back in Time: 8:00 pm in Conaton Learning Commons Kennedy Auditorium

For more information about any of these events, contact the office of multicultural affairs at 513 745-3181. Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Black Student Association, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Blue Fire Step Team, SAC, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., Gentlemen Organized for Achievement and Leadership, the Career Services Center, Psi Chi, Psychology Club, and the Xavier University Music Department.