Upcoming events for Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, 2013:
Cross-Cultural Community Meetings
Thursday, January 31, 5:00 PM- Shepardson College Room
Human Rights Film Festival
Tuesdays, Febuary 5, 12, 19, 26 and March 5, 7:00 PM- Slayter Auditorium
Co-Sponsored by International Studies, Spectrum Series, Laura C. Harris, Campus Leadership & Involvement, Communication, Sociology/Anthropology, Education, Black Studies, Political Science, Foresman Fund, International Student Services, and the Center for Women & Gender Action.
Posse Plus Retreat (by invitation only)
Sponsored by The Posse Foundation.
International Food and Culture Festival
Sunday, February 24th, 5:00 PM- Curtis Dining Hall and Veggie Room (200 Sunset Hill)
Co-Sponsored by the Cross-Cultural Community, Spectrum Series: Creativity and Courage, Dining Services, and International Student Services.
Trip to the Ali Center (Louisville, Kentucky)
Sunday, March 3
Co-Sponsored by the 2013 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee and the Black Student Union,
Wednesday, March 27, 9:30 PM- Location TBA
Sponsored by the 2013 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee and an Alliance Reinventing Tradition.
Dinner with David Ebenbach (Hillel)
Friday, February 8, 6:00pm, The Open House
Event Description: A dinner, hosted at the Open House, to honor David Ebenbach, the first Beck Lecture guest of the semester, an author whose work at least partially concerns his own experience with Judaism. This dinner is being funded with the assistance of funds allocated to the Beck Lecture series, and has been organized with the assistance of Dr. Margot Singer, in the English Department. This dinner is open to the public, and is preceded by a 4:30 reading of Ebenbach's work in the Barney Davis Board Room.
Lunar New Year (Asian Culture Club)
Saturday, February 9, 5:30pm, The Roost (Slayter, 3rd floor)
Event Description: A celebration of the lunar new year with performances and food.
Andrea Gibson-- Breaking the Day of Silence (Outlook)
Friday, April 19, 8:00pm, Herrick Auditorium
Event Description: Andrea Gibson is a slam poet that is going to help us break the silence.