Campus Events

Discussion Groups
CofC faculty and staff will be leading discussion groups around campus about How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery by Clint Smith. 

Date Time Location Facilitator
Tues., Oct 11 11:30 AM Halsey Art Gallery Nick Plasmati
Wed., Oct 12 12:30 PM Addlestone Library, room 227 Amanda Kraft
Thur. , Oct 13 12:30 PM Addlestone Library, front doors (Calhoun St. side) Dr. Richard Gilmore
Thur. , Oct 13 2:30 PM Tables Outside of Sottile House Dr. Simon Lewis
Fri., Oct. 14 11:00 AM Liberty Fresh Food Co. (to the left of the doors) Dr. Lynne Ford
Tues., Oct 18 1:00 PM Addlestone Library, room 227 Dr. Margaret Hagood
Wed., Oct 19 1:45 -2:30 PM Stern Center Gardens (Rain Location: Stern Center, 205) Dr. Lisa Covert
Wed., Oct 19 3:30 PM Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture; Senator McKinley Washington Auditorium on the third floor. Dr. Tamra Butler
Thur., Oct 20 12:00-12:30 PM Arnold Hall, Sylvia Vlosky Yaschik Jewish Studies Center Dr. John Thomas III
Fri., Oct 21 2-2:30 PM Solar Pavilion behind Higdon Student Leadership Center Dr. Sarah Owens














Free copies of How the Word is Passed are available in the Lightsey Center Lobby, Education Center Lobby, Beatty Center Lobby, Rita Hollings Science Center Lobby and the Office of New Student Programs in the Lightsey Center Annex.

An Evening with Clint Smith - Monday, October 24 - 7 pm
How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery is The College Reads! book for the 2022–23 school year.  The in-person presentation at Sottile Theatre is free and open to the public.