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 […]
Young alumni are invited to join us for our next free, virtual professional development course, offered exclusively to Berea alumni. If you’re spinning your wheels in your career, feeling overwhelmed […]
Stop by Draper Lobby on your way to class this Wednesday! Recruiters from the area will be there for you to learn about their companies, discuss open positions, and connect with professionals in the accounting field. Please register in advance via Handshake and fill out the survey connected to registration if you would like to […]
Inspired by bell hooks's argument that "to transgress we must return to the body," this workshop will examine selfhood as an unfixed location that is expansive, variable, and fully autonomous. Participants will discuss and unpack multiple modalities that are used to locate and express one's self. From self-portraiture to stream of consciousness to radical dreaming. […]
Southern-California based artist Chanell Stone will discuss her works "Natura Negra" and "Umbra" detailing the Black body's connection to diasporic landscapes via self-portraiture and written word. Influenced by bell hooks's essay on "the oppositional gaze," this compilation of photographs champion radical self-definition.