Purdue University Calumet’s Educational Talent Search program is hosting an open house to engage qualified prospective students and their families about college readiness, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday March 7 in the university’s Student Union & Library, Room 321.
You break an arm. What do you do? While it heals, you likely find ways to use your other arm.
You lose your sight to a progressive disease. What do you do? If you’re Pete Eckert, you become an internationally acclaimed photographer, and your work is central to an exhibit—“SIGHT UNSEEN: International Photography by Blind Artists”—that has toured the world.
Purdue University Calumet will celebrate the Chinese New Year with singers, musicians, dancers, games and food at 4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 28 in Alumni Hall of the Student Union & Library.
Purdue University Calumet continues its observance of Black History Month with a campus presentation about the global African presence by historian, author and essayist Runoko Rashidi at 6 p.m., Monday (2/23) in Gyte 103. Admission is free.