Week of Events
Alumni Book Club: All the Lonely People: A Novel
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, […]
Alumni Movie Club: The Ron Clark Story
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 […]
Career Success in Your 20s
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 by what’s next, or have the sense that your career is happening to you, you aren’t alone. The modern career landscape is vastly different from […]
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 […]
This training is a bystander intervention program. Green Dot Training is designed to help participants understand the definition of "bystander" and to equip them with necessary skills to assist in establishing two campus norms. First, violence will not be tolerated and secondly everyone is expected to do their part to keep the campus free from […]
Identity and the Politics of Change in Appalachia: How does culture and identity influence social justice advocacy? In this workshop, Shana Goggins, community organizer with Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, will explore the impact of culture and identity in the context of cultural competence and how we work to achieve social justice. Culture is part and parcel […]
Berea College professor of Japanese and faculty sponsor of the Berea Japanese Taiko & Culture Club, Nathan Patton, and his students will share the Japanese musical and dance form known as taiko and discuss its past, present, and potential future.
Planning to study abroad this winter or spring? Get your questions answered before the September 15th deadline! Thinking about a later term? Find out how it all works! We’ll cover program options, deadlines, scholarships, and Q&A.
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.
Brian Owens Soul singer Brian Owens enthralls his audiences with soulful, jazzy numbers while conjuring up the spirits of such Motown legends as Marvin Gaye and the Temptations. Owens’ songs encapsulate his shared love of soul music and humanity. In his music he seeks to engage in conversation with his listeners and to build community, […]
Join your peers in the bell hooks center for an hour of quiet time. We welcome you to meditate, nap, pray, or utilize this time for whatever form of quiet contemplation and mindfulness that suits your needs. The lights will be turned low and music or a guided meditation will be played.
On these weekly tours, participants will view the exhibit Works of Art on the Art of Quilting: Twenty WPA Quilt Block Prints. Guests will then visit the Special Collections and Archives Reading Room to examine books on, and historic pictures of, quilts and quilt making.