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Ose Arheghan receives Truman Scholarship

Arheghan is a third-year Morrill Scholar

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Driving Change: Diversity in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

4/20/21 | 2:00 p.m.

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 2021

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National Conference on Diversity, Race & Learning

May 3-4, 2021

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Scholar Spotlight: MSP grad tackles new role on Board of Trustees

The day that Morrill Scholar Carly Sobol held a brain in her hand, it changed her life forever.

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Highlights of Hale Center Art Collection

King's Life

Artist: Larry Winston Collins

Medium: Relief Painting

The “King's Life” painting was the first piece of artwork donated to the Hale Center. Created specifically for the Office of Minority Affairs' annual MLK exhibition in 1988, Mr. Collins donated the art to the Hale Center in 1989 prior to its opening on October 11, 1989.

Apartheid Series for Steven

Artist: Ed Colston

Medium: Mixed Media Painting

The Apartheid Series for Steven was donated by artist Ed Colston as a special tribute to Steven Biko. Ed Colston (November 20, 1936 – February 21, 2006), a local artist and former professor at the Columbus College of Art and Design, was known for his bold colors and abstraction in his works of art.

Zero

Artist: Charles Hollingsworth

Medium: Mixed

Who Needs A Horse?

Artist: Marty Shuter

Medium: Sculpture

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