Campus Events

Spring 2012

January 31st - Israel 101, 7pm, Newton 101

February 3rd - GLK Rent the Runway: Winter Ball, 10pm, Knightspot

February 8th - Live Green Expo, All Day, College Union

February 10th - Vagina Monalogues, 6pm, Knightspot

February 10th - GLK Slam Poet Sierra Demulder, 9pm, Knightspot

February 11th - LSA Dinner, 4:30pm, CU Ballroom

Join LSA as they present: Quince Wars!
An inspiring, funny tale about two girls and their struggle between their friendship when their Quinces approach.

February 11th - Vagina Monalogues, 7:30pm, Knightspot

February 13th - Hip Hop Symposium Keynote Speaker, 7pm, Newton 201

Saul Williams, poet, actor, writer, and musician will be performing Monday night as part the Hip Hop Symposium.

February 15th - Hip Hop Symposium Discussion, 4:30pm, MOSAIC, CU 130

Join English professor Kristen Gentry in discussing Jay-Z's "Decoded"

February 16th - Winter Week, Lipsync, 7pm, Ballroom

February 17th - Hip Hop Symposium DJ Showcase, 10pm, Knightspot

Returning back to campus, Chris Parnell '11 a member of the Hot 97 Street Team will be showing his skills DJ-ing Friday night bringing back his persona as Professor X.

February 25th - BSU Dinner, 4pm, Ballroom

February 25th - Invisable Children Displace Me, 10pm, Ballroom

March 3rd - Ghana Gala, 6pm, Ballroom

March 7th - MLK Event, 7pm, ISC 131

March 8th - MLK Event, 8pm, Ballroom

Geneseo’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration, March 8, 2012

 Geneseo will host Judy Richardson, Dorothy Zellner, and Betty Garman Robinson, Civil Rights Movement activists and editors of Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC, for the college’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration on Thursday, March 8, at 7pm in the College Union Ballroom. Their keynote presentation will address their work as movement activists and their work as three of the six co-editors of Hands on the Freedom Plow, which includes the memoirs of 52 courageous women on the front lines of the 1960’s Southern Civil Rights Movement. The keynote will be followed by a book signing and reception. 

 In addition, Judy Richardson will show and lead a discussion of Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre, 1968, Wed. March 7, 7pm, location TBA.

 Betty Garman Robinson will lead a community organizing workshop for students on Wed., March 7, 7pm, location TBA. The workshop is free and intended for students; space is limited and requires advance registration. Contact Professor Emilye Crosby ( or Professor Catherine Adams ( for more information or to register for the workshop.