Baylor University Libraries and Baylor department of women’s and gender studies will unveil the new Baylor Women’s Collection site at 3 p.m. on Thursday at Armstrong Browning Library. The unveiling will go along with a reception and a panel discussion titled “Sharing Her Story,” which will highlight women featured in Baylor’s library collections and discuss why it is important to preserve women’s stories. Director of Women’s and Gender Studies Dr. Lisa Shaver said many of the women in the collection broke important barriers at Baylor. “Too often women’s contributions are overlooked,” Shaver said. “And I think this collection will make these women more visible.”
Student Activities and the Student Union Board are hosting a “Sundown Session” from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. this Friday in the Bill Daniel Student Center. Sundown Sessions are every Friday and Saturday night during the school year. This week’s activity will be screenings of Disney’s “Coco”. The movie features the story of Miguel, an aspiring young musician who enters the “Land of the Dead” and tries to bring music back into his family. There will be two showings of the movie at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business’ student-run Professional Development Program is hosting First Wednesday at 5 p.m. Wednesday in Foster 240. The Professional Development Program puts on events throughout the year that facilitate learning and experiences in the business world. The Professional Development Program also prepares students for a smooth transition from college to work force. First Wednesdays allow students to hear directly from business professionals and learn about the various roles in the world of marketing and sales.