There's never a dull moment on the Coe College campus.
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at what happens at Coe in one week's time: February 11-17, 2019
A fresh blanket of snow covered the Coe campus.
The Coe community was invited to learn how to dance bachata with the Latinx club in Armstrong-Douglas Lobby.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. and BSEO’s Curlfriends event invited Kohawks to the Intercultural Center for a celebration of naturally curly hair. The event was one of several planned on campus for Black History Month.
A snowman in front of Marquis Hall was one of several that appeared on campus this week.
Coe’s Theatre Arts Department produced “Big Love” on stage in the Dows Fine Arts Center. Kohawks Lucy Sukalski, Fatima Elsheikh and Belle Canney are pictured.
Works by Angie Pickman (pictured) and Brian Fink were on display in Coe's Sinclair Art Galleries. The exhibits are open from 4:00 to 6:00 PM daily through March 1.
Coe swimming and diving teams broke five records on the second day of the 2019 Liberal Arts Championships with Coe women's swimming winning their first Liberal Arts Championship.
This month’s Thursday Forum series examined representations of women in the Hebrew Bible with Joseph E. McCabe Associate Professor of Religion Meira Kensky.
Nathan Greiner and Josh Pudlo of Coe men's tennis took the court against University of Missouri-Kansas City in Clark Racquet Center.
Following their philanthropic mission, the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority made cards for the Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (HACAP).
Multicultural Fusion hosted a game night — complete with multicultural games and snacks — in Coe's Intercultural Center.
Grocery Bingo — Kohawks played bingo and won groceries, it’s that simple. This popular event is hosted by Residence Life every Thursday evening in Cherry Auditorium.
Adam Foss gave a presentation entitled Sword and Shields: A Discussion of Power, Privilege and Opportunity in collaboration with Tanager Place.
The Student Activities Committee provided free tickets to the RoughRiders hockey game on Saturday night. Charlie Kohawk was at the game, too. Mascot Mania brought him onto the ice to shake a tail feather after the first period.
Coe women's basketball player, Sydney Schroder, has an eye on the basket in the home game against Simpson College.
Several inches of snow fell on the Coe campus Sunday, creating a winter wonderland.
The best way to experience Coe is to visit Coe! Future Kohawks were on campus Sunday for Crimson & Gold Visit Day.