Westerville classes canceled until 2 p.m. due to a power outage.
Global Diversity & Inclusion Center
Sickle Cell Awareness Blood Drive - October 17
Sickle Cell is the most common genetic blood disease in the United States, with a disportionate impact on African-American and Latino communities. The American Red Cross will host a special blood drive at Columbus State on Monday, October 17 between 10am-4pm in the Nestor Hall Lounge to raise awareness and to collect a diverse blood supply. Come out and donate!
3rd Annual Umoja Karamu: A Unity Feast - November 3
Umoja Karamu, meaning "Unity Feast" in Swahili, is a celebration of African American history. This event honors and celebrate five unique periods of African American history through music, dance, reading, and symbolic foods. This is event is co-sponsored by Crazy Faith Ministries and is open to the public. Location: TBD
International Education Week - November 14 -18
The 2016 International Education Week will be celebrated November 14-18. This year's activities include an exhibit on Chinese Caligraphy that will be on display on the second floor of the library the entire month of November with a special artist talk on November 10 from 2:00pm-4:30pm in the Library Media Studio. Other IEW events include: a Latin Dance Workshop, Interfaith Day Roundtable, & the International Student Thanksgiving Dinner.
For more details & to register for these events visit the Columbus State Hub: cscc.edu/hub.