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Black History Month: To Repair Project – An Introduction

Virtually - Zoom

Professor Tesfa Y Wondemagegnehu will introduce his project To Repair. To Repair was a 60 day, 40 stops research pilgrimage across the eastern half of the United States collecting narratives from Black community members, activists, artists, clergy and politicians whose work focuses on repairing the Black community.


The Kids Are Alright- More Than Art: A Keynote by Muna Malik

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

Join multidisciplinary artist Muna Malik as she speaks on her non-traditional journey into the art world and the importance of building community, taking risks and trusting your gut.   The Kids Are Alright is presented by Hard Reset Studios and the St. Olaf Artist Series   Can't make it in person? Watch online livestream here.


Women’s History Month: Trailblazers

Virtually on Zoom

Join María Pabón, alumni Aldra Allison ‘77 and Jeanne Foley ‘77 as we discuss women and sports.


Hmong Story Cloths Workshop

This workshop will provide you with the history of these story clothes and there will be supplies for you to make yourself a very simple piece.


Film Screening and Panel Discussion: "Ways of Being Home - Between Northfield & Maltrata"

Tomson 280

All are welcome to attend the film screening and panel discussion of Ways of Being Home- Between Northfield and Maltrata on Monday March 13 6:00–8:00 p.m. in Tomson 280. The panel discussion will follow the film screening. This intimate cinematic portrait of two small towns, one in Mexico and one in Minnesota, is an evocative […]