Meredith College and The Justice Theater Project are presenting Disarming Dialogue: Strong Women in the Arts on Thursday, September 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Studio Theatre in Jones Hall. The event consists of a panel including Meredith faculty members Catherine Rodgers, professor of theater, and Sarah Bean, assistant professor of dance, with JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell, the founder of Black Ops theatre and dicrector of A Doll's House. There will also be scenes performed from A Doll's House and Miss Courageous. Disarming Dialogue: Strong Women in the Arts is free and open to the public.
The Meredith community participated in Speak Out! Celebrating Women Warriors this morning at the Free Expression Boards. The event featured readings of the words of women leaders, including Elizabeth I, Sandra Day O’Connor, Bella Abzug, Maya Angelou, Ann Richards, and Dolores Huerta. Speakers shared speeches, letters, poems, and other work by women of achievement. Speak Out! was sponsored by the Dept. of History, Political Science, and International Studies. Photos by Marketing Intern Indyah Bryant.
The Office of Career Planning is offering a LinkedIn headshot photo session today (Friday) in the StrengthsLab until 1 p.m. Stop by and get a new profile photo to help your job search. The StrengthsLab is located on second floor of Cate Center. #MCGoingStrong