This Week in Photos March 11 - 17
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: March 11-17, 2019
A snow-covered campus awaited Kohawks returning from Spring Break. The walk to class was an adjustment for some returning from warmer climates.
Miss Iowa 2018, Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw, visited Coe during Health and Wellness Week to discuss H.O.P.E, a campaign meant to help others and provide encouragement with an emphasis on the conversation surrounding mental health.
Coe’s Marquis Series hosted Cirque Zuma Zuma, an African-style Cirque du Soliel, on campus.
Mezzo-soprano Loralee Songer performed in a Faculty Voice Recital on Tuesday evening in Daehler-Kitchin Auditorium. Dr. Songer is an active recitalist, opera and oratorio performer and conductor.
Clifton Trebil-Smith, of Iowa Running Company, was one of the many vendors on campus during Coe's Health and Wellness Fair.
Coe Alliance hosted its annual drag show, with performances by local drag kings, queens and students, to raise money for LGBTQ+ support communities.
Coe's Student Activities Committee hosted traveling music duo Icarus Account for a performance in the P.U.B.
Joan and Abbott Lipsky Professor of Political Science Bruce Nesmith and Assistant Professor of Economics Drew Westberg (pictured) presented during this month's Thursday Forum series, Urbanism to Save Us All: How Cities are Reshaping our Social and Physical Lives.
Coe's Community Campus Partnership Showcase highlighted local nonprofits and Coe students participating in course-based community engagement.
The brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha shaved their heads to raise money to help fight childhood cancer.
Grocery Bingo...students played bingo to win groceries at this popular weekly event hosted by the Office of Residence Life.
Future Kohawks toured campus, met with professors and coaches, attended classes and more at our Snow Day Make-Up Visit on Friday.
The Student Activities Committee hosts a free event for Kohawks almost every Friday. This week it was karaoke in the P.U.B.
Coe's Marquis Series hosted Temptation of the Fresh Voluptuous, a performance installation devised from the poetry and vocal art of Ruth Margraff, directed by Beth Miles.
Coe’s annual Presidential Ball is a formal affair. Kohawks were bused to the Doubletree for an evening of dancing.
In their first action since returning from a spring break trip to Florida, the Coe men's tennis team recorded a 9-0 win over Wabash College at home.
Charlie Kohawk greeted fans at the annual SaPaDaPaSo St. Patrick's Day Parade in downtown Cedar Rapids.