Exams start in T-minus one week and two days, give or take. So it’s time for the most exciting (or should I say, exhausting) time of the year: studying for exams. Just remember to take it slow, organize your thoughts and what is the most important to get done. This is a great time to pull out all of your syllabi and use a calendar or daily planner. It will help you keep track of when to study, how much you need to study, and how much time you need to study.
The Southeast Asian Student Union (SASU) had their Pho Night last Friday, November 21st. People who went there got a delicious meal, and some can’t wait for the next Pho Night so they can bring their friends!
While on the topic, SASU’s purpose is to promote diversity among the campus and community. SASU is here to educate others about the Southeast Asian culture and to engage the campus with diverse activities and events, such as this one. Keep a lookout for more of their events, especially in the American Intercultural Center!
“We educate the UW-Green Bay Campus and community about Indigenous culture, issues affecting Indigenous populations, and developing leadership. We strive to engage Indigenous people in all stages of life, most importantly academic achievement; while maintaining seven generations teachings.”
ISC meets Wednesdays at 3:30pm in the Manistique room. Their members include Lizz Peterson, Dwayne Haines, Kai Pyle, Eliza Skenandore, and Sheena Danforth.
Richie Plass’s Bittersweet winds Exhibit is Nov. 17th-19th, and they have a story telling event coming up February 25th!
If you are interested in joining, feel free to pop into a meeting or contact Lizz Peterson!
The American Intercultural Center is currently looking for two new student employees during the Spring 2015 semester and onward. Duties include greeting students and visitors, sorting mail, doing projects for staff members, and more. To qualify students must have a GPA of 2.5 or above and must have familiarity with Microsoft Office.
If you are interested and would like to put in an application, you can ask the front desk in the AIC for one!
The goal of the Black Student Union is to promote and sustain black culture at UWGB and within the community. They welcome students of all ethnic backgrounds to develop and promote programs that educate others about black culture and experience. They also serve as a support system for those who self-identify as Black and/or African American.
The Black Student Union meets on Sundays from 6:15pm-7:15pm in the American Intercultural Center and anyone can join in on the meetings. The more people who join in, the better! If you would like more information, please contact Asti Martin, Tress Blake, or Jessica Schmitt.
Registration for Spring classes begins today! Remember the Student Information System (SIS) is the most important part of enrollment. You can check for your enrollment date and time, as well as build a shopping cart of classes to assist you in determining which classes you should take.
“The mission of La Organización Latino Americana is to create an academic and social support system for, but not limited to, the Latino students at UWGB. We strive to educate people about different Latino cultures through fun activities and programs. in addition, the organization reaches out to the broader Green Bay community through community service and programs.”
OLA meets every other Tuesday at 5:30pm in the American Intercultural Center if you would like to join or would like to sit in on a meeting. OLA also has several upcoming events. USHLI (United States Hispanic Leadership Institute) is a conference that OLA attends yearly in spring. Sign up is November 17th-26th, so if you would like to secure a spot to attend the conference, then make sure to sign up in the American Intercultural Center! They will also be having an Applebee’s Fundraiser December 4th and will be hosting a Holiday gathering December 5th.
If you are curious as to who leads OLA, Grace Vecchie is the president. Their vice president is Kaitlin Skroch, secretary is Samantha Molina, Treasurer is Dou Chang, and Public Relations is Rosa Serrano. If you would like more information, please contact any of the students above (especially Rosa Serrano).
This 97 minute documentary is about eleven college students who discuss what it is like on campuses across the country today. Their stories are starkly emotional, raw, and filled with incredible tenderness, courage, and pain. The diversity issues that they challenge us to look at are equally provocative, begging to be heard and confronted. The film will provide a glimpse into what is needed if we are ever going to come together in our classrooms, on our campuses, and within our communities. Click here if you would like to see the trailer!
Snacks and refreshments will be provided at the film. There will be a discussion after each film showing run by Mai Lo Lee from the American Intercultural Center. It will be held in the Christie Theater on Wednesday, November 5th (at 6:30pm) and Thursday, November 6th (at 4pm).
If you are curious about sugar skulls, or would like to decorate one of your own, join Oganizacion Latino Americana in their sugar skull demonstration! This demonstration is interactive, meaning you will be able to experience first hand why sugar skulls are important and receive one of your own. The demonstration will be tomorrow, October 30th, in the American Intercultural Center from 12:30pm until 2:00pm .