Category Archives: Spreading the word


Skilled procrastinator?  Avid avoider?  It’s not just you!

Stuck in a cycle that isn’t working?  In this one hour workshop, you will learn skills to break the cycle, re-frame your outlook on success, and find out how meaning impacts our willingness to push through.

Date:  Monday, February 18

Time:  11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

Location:  Hedges

Questions:  Counseling

Humanize My Hoodie Exhibition

Swing by the Bardsley Grand Foyer in the Thomas Commons and check out the national art exhibit, Humanize My Hoodie.  The exhibit works to dismantle the stigma of black people in hoodies and will be up until March 1.

Meet the Artists on February 22 at noon on the Orange Carpet!

Learn more at

Sponsored by Civic Engagement, Intercultural Life, Spiritutal Life, and Union Latinx.

Questions?  SHebel or HCollier

Small-Thomas Lecture: “Faith and Social Justice for sustaining the peace in Liberia”

Liberia’s National Peace Ambassador and Cornell alumnus The Rev. William Tolbert III ’77, son of the late Liberian President William Tolbert Jr., will speak on the history of Liberia and root causes of its civil war and instability, and identify the challenges to–and recommendations for–genuine reconciliation and lasting peace.

Since 2000, the Small-Thomas Lectures have explored the intersection of faith and social justice thanks to a generous gift from Richard Small ’50 and Norma Thomas Small.

When:  11:10 a.m.-noon


“As You Like It”

The Cornell College Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to announce its production of William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” running Dec. 13–16 in the Plumb-Fleming Studio Theatre on the Cornell College campus.

Assistant Professor of Theatre Caroline Price, the department’s head of acting, directs this adaptation of the popular Shakespearean comedy. This troop of actors launches headfirst into the world of mistaken identities and the reality of requited and somewhat unrequited love.

“As You Like It” runs one weekend only, Dec. 13–15 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults; $7 for seniors, students, and youth; and free for Cornell College faculty, staff, and students with ID. Tickets can be reserved by calling 319.895.4293 or emailing

The Black Box Theatre is through the front doors of Armstrong Hall.  Parking is available in the lot behind and to the south of the theater at the corner of College Boulevard and Summit Avenue.

Screening Day for Mental Health Wellness Week!

Wondering if you may have symptoms of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, a problem with alcohol, or an eating disorder?   Curious about your level of gratitude, hope, or satisfaction with life?

Come to Screening Day, Thursday, November 8, from 11:15am-12:45pm on the OC and get information about mental health concerns, helping resources, and positive psychology measures.  You can take a screening with feedback from a counselor, or take a self-scored screening.

Can’t make it to the program?  Cornell students can click here to take a free, confidential screening online.

Co-sponsored by the Counseling Center, Health Promotions, and Active Minds.
? Contact the Counseling Center at x4292 (319-895-4292).