Comedians & drums & basketball games & more

Yesterday, the Student Life Center housed TWO fun events for students.

Project Equality hosted Maggie Maye, a Texas-based comedian who was on Conan in 2015, and a coffee cart from A Cup Above Catering, serving up custom lattes and hot drinks. The Student Life Center had a little mobile coffee house right inside its main hallway.

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As part of the College’s Black History Month celebration, Omotayo Rite of Passage performed and taught students and staff how to play African drums.

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The Journal Gazette even showed up and took this great video. Make sure your volume is up to check it out!

Which is all to say: There’s always something going on on campus. If you missed it, be sure to keep an eye on the College Calendar, where you can find all the Ivy Tech Northeast happenings. Here’s some upcoming fun through the next week:

  • Ivy Tech Titans basketball games in the Student Life Center gymnasium

    • Against Ivy Tech Indy: 2 p.m., Feb. 12
    • Against University of St. Francis: 7:30 p.m., Feb. 13
    • Against Indiana Tech: 7:30 p.m., Feb. 16
  • MLK Jr. Legacy  Project exhibit (Ivy Tech student artists from across the state submitted these ARTivism projects, and the traveling exhibit is stopping at Ivy Tech Northeast): Feb. 13 to 16 in the Student Life Center near the new MLK mural (which was also a part of the Legacy project)
  • Pop Up Cakery: 11 a.m., Feb. 14 in Crescent Commons on Coliseum Campus
  • Painting with a Twist: 5 p.m., Feb. 15 in the Student Life Center commons (be sure to RSVP!)

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