Events Calendar

Textor Hall

Home to Textor 101, 102, or 103, some of the largest lecture halls on campus, where students take a number of popular introductory courses.

Textor Hall is also a popular spot for student club meetings, study-abroad info sessions, or lectures by well-known visitors to campus. On the weekends Textor is a popular place to watch documentaries and independent films hosted by various student organizations, as well as recent Hollywood releases screened by the Student Activities Board.

The roof of the building is adorned by "Disc," perhaps better known as the Textor Ball, and provides a stunning view of Cayuga Lake.

Place Type

Lecture Hall, General Purpose, Academic

Upcoming Events

Whalen Symposium Information Session

For interested faculty and students who have questions or need more information regarding participation in the James J. Whalen Academic Symposium on April...

10/26 12:10pm
LGBT Center Film Series Screening of "The Revival: Women and the Word"

Chronicles the creation of an international salon-styled tour led and supported by women. It tells the story of a group of five dynamic poets and musicians...

11/7 7pm
‘The Age of Love’ Film Screening

“THE AGE OF LOVE follows the humorous and poignant adventures of thirty seniors in Rochester, NY who sign up for a first-of-its-kind speed dating event...

11/14 6:30pm
LGBT Center Film Series Screening of "How To Survive A Plague"

Screening in observance of World AIDS Day. The story of how activism and innovation turned AIDS from a death sentence into a manageable condition. Chronicles...

12/5 7pm
Whalen Symposium Information Session for Participants

This information session is for faculty and students who will be participating in the Whalen Academic Symposium on April 12, 2018. Please follow the link...

4/5/2018 12:10pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Tina Thurston

Tina Thurston left a positive review 4/25/2017

Awesome presenter and very informative presentation.

Devin Shea

Devin Shea left a review 4/25/2017

It was a shame that the time was shortened from what was originally allotted. I feel as though the material offered was enlightening and very interesting, i believe the time restraint hindered the message a little bit. The presenter was forced to speak very fast and rush through the slide show and I wish that her microphone volume was louder. Positive notes; I enjoyed the presenters energy level and how she was able to hold and command a room.

Pam Ameigh

Pam Ameigh left a positive review 12/2/2016

Event was well-attended. As a staff member, i did not realize that the session was focused mainly for a specific group of students, but the content and supporting material are relevant and useful. I am pleased to be able to share it with my department this week.

Carla Golden

Carla Golden left a positive review 9/27/2016

Dr. Gloria Joseph was inspirational! She shared her thoughts on Black feminism, writing and activism, and of course she spoke about Audre Lorde's life and impact. She stressed the importance of having an overall political vision for what one is fighting for and knowing who your political allies are. She spoke to a packed house and it was a fantastic event on all levels!!

Carla Golden

Carla Golden left a positive review 9/20/2016

FANTASTIC event! Sandra gave a rich and detailed talk, with much to contemplate, and the house was packed! We are fortunate to have her as Distinguished Scholar in Residence - she is an inspiration!

Erdogan Gunes

Erdogan Gunes left a positive review 4/13/2016

That was a good and actual event, so this is relevant everybody.

Textor Hall

Textor Hall posted a photo 9/3/2014