Events

Monday, February 1, 2021

During the celebration of Black History Month, MCSLE will be posting on Instagram weekly, images and quotes of celebrated African American Leaders.  This weekly recognition will aim to raise awareness of both famous and not so famous leaders.

Throughout the month of February Fraternity/Sorority Life will highlight the founding date of our NPHC and MGC chapters on Instagram. 

Help us celebrate Black History Month and be entered to win a $25 Co-op gift card and a MCSLE swag bag. There will be four winners. In order to be entered to win, you must:

Stop by these locations, take a selfie, and post to social media (Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram) with the hashtag #MCSLEBlackHistory:

  • The BHM display at Stapleton Library, first floor; Black History Heroes display at Folger Hall; and the BHM poster in the Elkin Hall atrium


You must also attend at least four of these MCSLE Black History Month events and post about them on social media using #MCSLEBlackHistory:

Feb. 8: 6:00 Series—Five Dangerous Myths About Black People in America, 6:00 PM

  • Feb. 11: The Expanding U.S. Military Presence in Africa Today: The African High Command and U.S. Security in West Africa, 4:30 PM
  • Feb. 11: Building Bridges, 6:30 PM
  • Feb. 16: Netflix Watch Party, 7:00 PM
  • Feb. 11: Building Bridges, 6:30 PM
  • Feb. 16: Netflix Watch Party, 7:00 PM
  • Feb. 18: Breaking the Barrier, 3:30 P
  • Feb. 24: Panel Discussion on Social Justice in the 21st Century, 12:00 PM
  • Feb. 25: Diversity Game Night, 5:00 PM 
  • Feb. 25: Building Bridges, 6:30 PM
  • Feb. 18: Breaking the Barrier, 3:30 PM
  • Feb. 24: Panel Discussion on Social Justice in the 21st Century, 12:00 PM
  • Feb. 25: Diversity Game Night, 5:00 PM 
  • Feb. 25: Building Bridges, 6:30 PM

All events are virtual, links can be found on MCSLE's calendar.



IUP Celebrating Black Excellence Series

Zoom 91430765293

The Power of Education for African Americans at a PWI - We will be discussing racism in higher education and how it has affected our past, how it affects current students, and what the future could hold for students to come. We will also discuss how today's students can be the drivers of change in not only their campus community but their greater communities back home. The goal of this panel is to elements of our past to transform our future.