Six times a year, the McCain-Ravenel Center hosts an MRC Monday — a full academic day devoted to thoughtful exploration of a timely topic which includes keynote addresses, group discussions, on and off campus activities, and ample time for reflection.
As described Jeremy Goldstein, Director of the McCain Ravenel Center for Intellectual and Moral Courage, "Our approach to MRC Mondays has been to offer the community an opportunity to experience essential pieces of the Portrait of a Graduate that will hopefully move us forward with more intention and understanding for each other and the community beyond the campus. We have built quality programming that has connected students with both current issues and foundational questions like what it means to lead with honor, ethics, and courage."
On a Sunday night chapel service and during Monday’s 6th Annual MLK, Jr. Symposium, the School gathered to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. This year’s theme was “King’s Dream, Then and Now.”
Sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, the second-annual MLK Jr. Day Symposium was a day-long campus-wide initiative to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and celebrate his legacy and ideals.