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Neftalie Williams: History of African American Baseball Players

Presentation by Neftalie Williams, interviewer and photographer of African American baseball players during the first 25 years of integrated baseball in the major leagues.

Over the next few years, it is William's job to interview, record and collect every living African American player from the raging first 25 years of Major League Baseball's racial integration, from 1947-1971. 

He is currently teaching a class at USC on skateboarding and diplomacy.

This event is open to all students and friends of the College. 

Lecture: Negro Leagues History and Artifacts

There will be a discussion about the history and artifacts of the Negro Leagues with Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Kendrick's main responsibilities are to provide effective leadership, management and operations of the NLBM and the development of the future John "Buck" O'Neil education and Research Center. He is in the process of developing a new exhibit on the life and times of Buck O'Neill in recognition of his 100th birthday.

This event is open to all students and friends of the College. 

Hope and Growth Mindset : Starting the Semester Off Right!

If you have ever thought you were not “good at something”, join us for this workshop! You will learn how to recognize and overcome if you have a fixed mindset and move into being a student that uses the growth mindset.

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Senior Dinner