Last week proved to be busy and exciting, with plenty of events and lectures to attend around campus. Here’s what’s up this week!

On Monday, join Colgate’s Black Student Union for Black Solidarity Day, a day to celebrate solidarity between everyone.  The day begins with a speak-out on the Chapel steps at 12:15 p.m., where President Jeffrey Herbst will be in attendance to say a few words on diversity at Colgate.

At 7:45 p.m. there will a candlelit walk from the Harlem Renaissance Center to ALANA Cultural Center, where there will be a dinner for participants to discuss the themes of the day in a welcoming environment.

Learn about healthy eating Korean-style on Tuesday! At 11:30 a.m., the Korean Student Association is holding a fun interactive workshop in the Coop media lounge. Participants can choose their own ingredients to make their own Kimbops, or Korean sushi rolls.! To add a healthy new recipe to your lunch menu, be sure to get there early before the rolls run out.  For more information, go here.

University Theater presents A Mouthful of Birds.  Head over to Brehmer Theater at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday to see the show under the direction of Professor Adrian Giurgea.  A 1986 play based on Euripides’ Bacchae,  A Mouthful of Birds is a parable about women and violence, escapes, and self-discovery. With three chances to watch, be sure not to miss it!

The Philosophy Department Lecture Series will present “Quine’s Indeterminacy: A Paradox Resolved and a Problem Revealed” on Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. Head over to Hascall Hall to hear Professor Alexander George, the Rachel and Michael Deutch Professor of Philosophy at Amherst College, speak.  Stick around after the talk to participate in a discussion.

Can’t make these events, or looking for something a little different this week? Take a look at the Colgate calendar of events to check out everything that’s going on!