Events

Join IWL in welcoming Ibtihaj Muhammad to CSB/SJU. She is a powerful symbol of America's tolerance and diversity, Olympic sabre fencer who inspires others to challenge the status quo. A three-time All-American and the 2005 Junior Olympic Champion, Ibtihaj jousted her way into the history books as a member of the U.S. National Fencing TEam at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, ultimately hehlping the women's fencing team earn the bronze medal.

Co-sponsored by CSB Senate, GBUS Department, Gender Studies Department, International-Intercultural Student Services, and CSB Athletics

Faarow HipHop Duo
Wednesday, March 27
5:00-6:30 PM
O'Connell's CSB

CSB/SJU is pleased to announce that next Wednesday (3/27), Faarrow, a female Somali Hiphop Duo will come to O'Connells for music and conversation.  This event is sponsored by the Midnimo Project (from the Cedar Cultural Center) and it will run from 5:00-6:30. Farrow consists of two sisters who are Somali refugees that were resettled in Toronto. Their music focuses on female empowerment and mixes their passion for hiphop with their Somali identity. Most of the event will feature a conversation with Faarow about their experiences navigating the world as female, Somali, hiphop artists and the challenges they've overcome. They will play a few songs with a living backing band. Members of the wider community are welcome too!

THIS HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL MARCH 28

*approved by Janelle Hinchley

*approved by Janelle Hinchley

SPRING 2019 IWL EVENTS

The Panza Monologues
March 20th 5:00-7:30 PM
Upper Gorecki 204A 

*approved by Janelle Hinchley

Politics are a Feminist Issue/Politics & A Pint
April 16th 7:00-8:00 PM
McCarthy Center
Br. Willie's Pub

*approved by Janelle Hinchley