The Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Competition, one of the national programs under the sponsorship of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is an outgrowth of the long tradition of chapters recognizing outstanding young women for their success in exemplifying the principles of Alpha: scholarship, fellowship, good character, and the uplifting of humanity. Miss Black and Gold is intelligent, dignified, talented, and ultimately, a role model for young collegiate women. The Fraternity recognizes the valuable support rendered by the many friends…
The Masculinity Project is a workshop put on by Campus Speaks which poses the questions, "What does it mean to be a man in today’s society?" and "What expectations do men put on themselves?" This workshop challenges students to confront these societal structures and to share stories of times they felt pressured to meet societal standards and expectations. For more information about the Masculinity Project and Campus Speak, check out the Campus Speak website here.
The 52nd Annual Upsilon Phi Jazz Festival will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020, in Baldwin Auditorium. This year's festival will feature Kneebody trumpeter, Shane Endsley. For more information, visit the Phi Mu Alpha Upsilon Phi Chapter website.
The International Dinner is put on once a year by the International Club as a way to invite Truman students, faculty, and community members to celebrate international culture and learn more about food from across the globe.
The Shabbat Dinner is put on once a year by the Jewish Student Union as a way to invite Truman students, faculty, and other community members to learn more about Jewish culture and experience a traditional Shabbat Dinner. Tickets are $2 if purchased ahead of time, or $3 at the door.