We reminisced about how Coe has grown over the last decade.
Alumni helped Kohawks kick off the term in the big apple as part of Coe's New York Term.
New Kohawks were welcomed to campus during spring orientation.
We held a spring Involvement Fest for Kohawks to learn how to get involved on campus.
CoeVotes held a Mockaus for Kohawks to learn what to expect at the upcoming Iowa caucuses.
The Learning Commons hosted a Sophomore Purpose Retreat to assist second-year students realize and reflect on their interests, strengths and life goals.
We celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with distinguished speakers and a community service event.
We held Admitted Student Weekend bringing new student prospects to campus to #LiveLikeAKohawk.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biology Patricia Storlie hosted a Thursday Forum series on CRISPR technology.
Head baseball coach Steve Cook was named Coe’s director of athletics and recreation.
Coe was ranked among The Princeton Review's Top 25 Best Schools for Internships in the Nation for the third consecutive year.
Kohawks from around the world prepared authentic international foods at the 46th annual International Club Banquet.
As a part of Coe’s Black History Month celebration, Step Afrika! performed in Coe College's Sinclair Auditorium. This high energy, fast-paced show combined percussive dance and African traditional dance with other art forms.
In collaboration with Mercy Medical Center, Dr. Joseph Coughlin headlined this year’s Contemporary Issues Forum discussing how to reinvent the story about aging.
In conjunction with the Learning Commons, Kohawks like Obi Nwosu ’23 declared their major on Major Declaration Day.
C3: Creativity, Careers, Community hosted a “Summer Well Spent” Sip and Socialize event. Kohawks networked with faculty, staff and alumni while focusing on what they can do during the summer months to propel their future career.
Coe’s Muslim Student Association hosted the first Muslim Awareness Week on campus. Kohawks learned about the hijab, sampled traditional Muslim dishes, played games and learned about Islam.
The annual WinSTEM Gala brought together Coe’s women in STEM for an evening of networking, learning and fun.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Coe extended its originally planned spring break by one additional week prior to making the decision to shift to online learning for the remainder of the term.
Coe celebrated an online Day of Gratitude honoring everyday heroes working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Psychology major Mia Resa ’20 was named an Iowa Campus Compact Presidents’ Award recipient for student leadership.
A number of online activities for current Kohawks and alumni were held for Coe’s first-ever virtual Flunk Day.
Retired Head Football Coach Steve Staker passed away on April 28 after a courageous battle with cancer. Because he could not have visitors, friends, family and former players held a Caravan for Coach, parading past his house in their cars as a special tribute before his passing. (Photo credit: Doug Thompson)
Coe’s 20th annual Student Research Symposium went virtual to feature the creative, scholarly and service work of our Kohawks.
Coe hosted a special virtual visit event for future Kohawks interested in athletics, as well as one on diversity and inclusion.