Student Events

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Monday, March 1, 2021

In honor of Women's History Month, MCSLE invites you to tell us about a woman who inspires you. Whether she's a favorite celebrity, historical figure, relative, friend, or professor, tell us who she is and how she's impacted your life!

From now until the end of March, write a post about her on your public instagram and tag @IUP_MCSLE and #MCSLEWomensHistoryMonth, and we'll share it on our Instagram story!

You can also send us your post on this Google form and we'll post on our Instagram!

All are welcome to contribute!

Questions? Email kxkcc@iup.edu

Saturday, March 13, 2021

This exhibition is an opportunity for the Art faculty at IUP to share their work that is on the forefront of Contemporary Art.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Chef Dave will make custom tacos for you!

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Create your own Ramen Bowl Every Thursday

MCLSE and IUPVotes will be supporting voter registration.  Stop by our table to get more information on how you can register to vote.

Since March is National Nutrition Month we’re highlighting super foods throughout the dining hall, foods that go the extra mile to up your nutrition !

IUP Libraries is proud to sponsor a Schafer Speaker Series event titled “The Need for Representation in Children's Literature.”

Jeremy McCool, a doctoral student in communications media, and Anthony McBride, associate professor at Western Illinois School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration, will be discussing the issue, as well as their book Princess and the Power of Melanin.

Join us on Zoom for this important event! Pre-registration is required

Join our our culinary students as they pick their favorite recipes and make them to order!

JEDI posterDo you want to get more active and skilled at making social and political change?

Join us for an interactive workshop with Nikki Lu, political professional and strategic thinker, to explore what makes an action or movement effective and best practices for successful nonviolent action.

Join us via Zoom.

What are the sources of police power? How are officers taught to think of that power? When unarmed people of color are killed by officers, why is it so difficult to get indictments or convictions?


An offering from the Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative. Further information through the FDIRegister for this town hall.  

Game Night:

Game Night with our Peer Mentors

This discussion will highlight the perspectives of three women from the IUP SAHE program who are about to transition into the Higher Education workforce. These future professionals will give valuable insight on adapting to the changes of higher Education (COVID-19). What jobs are available to me in a pandemic? How to brand myself/network in a virtual space.

Join us via Zoom.

Kahoot Trivia

Zoom: ID 990 4005 0169

Health and Wellness Promotion

Join us for Trivia Night!  All students are invited to attend this free event via Zoom!  All Kahoot Trivia sessions will contain a variety of health facts that will help you to improve your overall wellness. 

Friday, March 26, 2021

Dining: Wings to Go

Pastabilities - Hawk Hub

Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining

  Lunch Wings to go at Pastabilities Every Friday

Meet the Chef as they prepare a specialty dish at lunch every Friday.