SIS Oral History Program: The Yesterday Elders Experienced


Through a series of documentaries, the SIS Oral History Project will present The Yesterday Elders Experienced, Wednesday, March 18, at 6 p.m. The first documentary, “Little Rock Central Fifty Years Later,” begins with a testimony from one of the “Little Rock Nine,” in the Camille Olivia Hanks Cosby, Ed.D., Academic Center LL32. Admission is free. … [Read more...]

Do You Want to Win $500?


You could win $500 by creating a health video. Could you put together a brief story or message about how to be healthy and happy in school, and video it? Student Health 101 is looking for creative students (individuals or groups) to make engaging and informative videos. We’re looking at you to entertain other students while also nudging them to … [Read more...]

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Spelman Competes for Outdoor Championship Title For the first time, the Outdoor Foundation is having an Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge where 10 colleges and universities will compete to get the most people outside and active. In 2013, Candice Gaul, C'2014, and 2014 Morehouse College graduate Seth Wolf organized the first student-run Outdoor … [Read more...]

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Spleman Spring 2011

Community to Participate in Spelman's Presidential Search In its national search to identify its 10th president, Spelman College is encouraging the community to participate in the process. Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Presidential Search Committee will host listening sessions for students, faculty, staff and alumnae. An opportunity for … [Read more...]

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Ten Years of Creating Moving Images The Spelman College Digital Moving Image Salon is celebrating a decade of interactive creativity. The program has been a catalyst encouraging students to explore interests, satisfy curiosities, and create documentaries about homelessness, women of color in the military, foster parenting, activism, surviving … [Read more...]

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Octavia E. Butler Celebration Highlights  Arts & Activism William and Camille Hanks Cosby Chair in the Humanities, Tananarive Due, will present the Octavia E. Butler Celebration of Arts and Activism on April 16, 2014. Butler’s legacy as a groundbreaking science fiction writer will be discussed during the event. Activities include an … [Read more...]

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Registration Open for Wellness Revolution 5K To promote personal health and fitness within the Spelman community, the College is hosting its second annual Wellness Revolution 5K (3.1mile) Run/Walk on Saturday, April 5, 2014.  Individuals interested in participating can pre-register. The Run/Walk will begin at 9 a.m. at Spelman and end at the … [Read more...]

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Registration Open for 10th Women of Color Leadership Conference Join us as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Spelman College Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement by recognizing the international accomplishments of women of color from 2004 to 2014.  Themed Twenty First Century: Leading Forward, the 10th Annual Spelman College Women … [Read more...]

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  Presidential Webchat Marks First Anniversary of the Wellness Revolution Nov. 1, 2013, marked the one-year anniversary of Spelman’s Wellness Revolution. For the occasion,  the held its first webchat, Advancing the Health of Black Women, featuring Spelman’s president, Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D., and the dean and executive vice … [Read more...]