Performance artists note Women’s History this week

Licity Collins, who combines lecture and performance, will appear at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 26, in Great Hall, Harwood Memorial Union. Collins tells personal stories of hopes, challenges and triumphs, and dreams planted, abandoned and recovered. She opens us to the parts of herself that were lost and recounts how they were found.

Each song marks a moment in the journey with wisdom and lessons the audience can apply to their own lives. Pictures and lyrics add color and depth as we travel the road with Collins through song, story, truth, courage, playfulness and joy. This event is co-sponsored with the Dean of Faculty office.

On Saturday, March 28, Kyshona Armstrong will perform at 7 p.m. in The Pub. She performs a unique mix of rhythm and blues, soul and Gospel music. This event is cosponsored with SMAC.


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