CLP: Humble Thyself: The quiet, transformative power of humility

Daniel Memorial Chapel

In a world that prioritizes self-aggrandizing and rewards narcissism, we're more disconnected, discontented and divided than ever. We need something different. Modern science now supports what ancient wisdom has long […]

CLP: Latin Dances: salsa, merengue y mas

Hartness Pavilion 3300 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, SC

Spanish Language House and the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures present local dance instructor Susan Zaglin who will speak about the history and cultural significance of three Latin dances […]

CLP: No-Yes: Katie Koestner’s Personal Story

Trone Student Center, Watkins Room

Katie Koestner was on the cover of TIME Magazine at age 18 as the first woman to publicly speak out about being a victim of date rape. She addresses sexual […]

CLP Film Series: ‘The Evers’

Trone Student Center, Burgiss Theater

The Department of Communication Studies presents a screening of "The Evers – One family’s Sacrifices to Make Change in America" and an actors studio style discussion of the award-winning film, […]

CLP: Theatre of the Oppressed

Trone Student Center, Watkins Room

This program presented by the Center for Inclusive Communities will offer background on the Theatre of the Oppressed as well as introduce techniques such as image theatre, forum theatre and […]

CLP: TedX Furman: Written in the Stars, Part 1

Melvin and Dollie Younts Conference Center 3300 Poinsett Hwy, Greenville, SC

TEDxFurmanU is one of the largest and longest running TEDx events in the Southeastern United States. This year, after a two-year virtual hiatus, TEDxFurmanU is bringing a diverse set of […]