Week of Events
Alumni Movie Club – Break It All: The History of Rock in Latin America
Join our virtual community to discuss “movies that matter” connected to social justice, history and social issues. Scroll down for more information. Participation is free! How It Works Berea College created a virtual movie club for students, alumni, faculty and staff. The movie club will connect through a private text-based forum where all participants can […]
Alumni Book Club: Driving While Black: African American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights
Join our virtual community to connect with fellow Berea College alumni, faculty and staff as we read and discuss various book genres such as lifelong learning, personal growth, novels and other topics. Scroll down for more information. Participation is free! How it Works We have created a virtual book club for alumni, faculty and staff, […]
Join Career Development for a shopping day at Macy's using your professional clothing funding. A bus will leave from Boone Tavern at 8:00 am and drive to Fayette Mall Macy's where a light breakfast will be provided. Shopping will occur between 9 am and 12 pm. The bus will then depart from Macy's at 12 […]
On a weekly basis during the academic year, the Campus Christian Center leads a worship service on Tuesday’s at noon. The Center plans and offers diverse services of Christian worship within an ecumenical Christian atmosphere. Worshipers can also share a light, midday meal together in the Fireside Room, immediately following worship at 12:30 p.m. The […]
Berea College professor of English, Amrita Mishra, will share her research on the historical and literary legacies of indentured Indian laborers in the Caribbean during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Medicine for the Greater Good (MGG), an internship partner site, is looking to hire Berea interns for Summer 2023! Join Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos to find out more about internship opportunities with MGG, which has hosted Berea College interns since 2018. MGG doctors and nurses engage with the community beyond the confines of the hospital on […]
Want to learn more about other religions and explore your own spirituality?Do you believe interfaith dialogue is crucial to building stronger communities?We meet each Thursday at noon in the Fireside Room, Draper Bldg. for conversation, reflection, education and inspiration.A light vegetarian lunch is included.
Dr. Daniel Ziblatt Is American democracy at risk today? Dr. Ziblatt, a government professor at Harvard University and director of the Transformations of Democracy research unit at the Berlin Social Science Center, is the author most recently of How Democracies Die (2018). In his talk, Dr. Ziblatt will draw on historical and contemporary examples of […]
Now is the time to start gathering information and identifying possible internships for Summer 2023. This session will help you get started (This workshop is offered several times each term and is offered as an in-person and recorded session. This session *may* be waived if you have already identified internship sites or received an offer […]
The community closet provides a safe space for students, faculty, and staff to get stylish, size-inclusive, and gender-affirming clothing and accessories as well as information about various resources both on and off-campus.
400 years ago, a simple adjustment to a child’s spyglass revealed for the first time an infinite and perplexing universe to your eyes and imaginations. Join us today, as the world’s great telescopes, born of that serendipitous moment, gaze ever further into the distant past — and into our future. While attending a local star […]