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This Saturday, December 7th, there is a Kwanzaa celebration from 3pm until 5pm. It is free to all and light snacks as well as refreshments are provided. There is also a free African Jewelry making workshop at 2pm! So come celebrate in the Phoenix rooms.
Next week Wednesday at 7pm in the Christie Theater, a short film called Noise will be shown. After a tragic incident on a train, a young cop is forced into the chaos that follows this tragic event. He struggles to clear the noises in his head while dealing with the aftermath of the crime.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, December 4th, at 8pm in Phoenix Room B, Teju the Storyteller will be here telling stories that draw people in using his lively movements and traditional African instruments. His stories reflect on longstanding and contemporary cultural perspectives, which allow the listeners to understand the profound influence of African heritage on our traditions and [...]
Firdosa Hussein is a Sister of the Abrahamic Religions. Her speech will be focused around faith, spirituality, and social justice.
You can have two majors and both majors will be recorded on your academic transcript. But, when you double major, you will only get one diploma. You have to choose which one you want written on your diploma. As for certificates that you earn throughout your academic career, they will go on your academic record [...]
Did you lose something important? Say your ID or a key? If you have and don’t know where to go, then simply fill out the lost and found request form on the University Union website. They will tell you where your item is in the University so that you can go and pick it up! [...]
OLA is dedicated to serving students who are of Hispanic origin or who are majoring or minoring in Spanish. Events include dances, musical performances, lectures, art exhibits, and special programs in observance of holidays (such as Cinco de Mayo). OLA’s goals for the end of the semester are to have new members involved and/or attending [...]
Tonight (November 20), at 8pm in the Phoenix Rooms, Alexandra Russell will be speaking on her Campus Awareness Program. She declared war on sex-trafficking and child prostitution in 2010, when she made Chiang Mai’s Red Light District her new office after finding an absence of services available to young boys who were victims of trafficking. [...]
Women of color (WOC) is a student organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for women of color at UWGB. WOC exists to provide support academically, socially, spiritually, culturally, and serve as positive role models to the campus and the surrounding community. WOC hopes to bring a greater awareness about issues affecting women of [...]
This event takes place this Wednesday, November 20th, from 5:30pm-7pm in the Christie Theater. Guest speakers will provide information about PFLAG and other support networks for individuals who are LGBTQ and intersexual. There will be tips on how to empower and strengthen families, and anyone who has a friend, relative or coworker who is LGBTQ [...]
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