Bienestar, Well-Being, Date and time to be advised Multicultural Center. This is a Health Promotions Project collaboration.Watch for more details on improving your skills and knowledge in being a wellness advocate for Spanish speaking communities.
R.E.A.L. Academy, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 5:00pm. Do you feel Real? Do you want something R.E.A.L? Join us for the R.E.A.L. Leadership Academy every Wednesday night at the Multicultural Center. For questions please contact Eric Kramer.
Thursday, September 1st-Welcome Fest, DMZ/MCC/Women's Center/GLBTQ Center, 7:00pm. A Collaboration with Residence Life, Women's Center and GLBTQ Center for a fun-filled evening with give-a-ways, events and light refreshments as part of Welcome Week.
Friday, September 2nd-College Life Expectations,Room 104, Multicultural Center, 12noon. A MCC/FRESH collaboration. More details to follow.
Wednesday, September 7th-R.E.A.L. Academy, Room 104,Multicultural Center, 5:00pm. Leadership Training-see description above and watch for more details to follow.
Thursday, September 8th-All Org. Meeting, Room 206,Multicultural Center, 11:00am. This is a weekly meeting of student organization leaders and is by invitation only. More details to follow.
Monday, September 12th-Friendship & Communication, Room 206, Multicultural Center 5:00pm. Watch for more details to come.
Thursday, September 15th-¡Sí Tú Puedes!, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 5:00pm. This is a Latino Heritage Month Reception. More details to follow.
Friday, September 23rd-Movie Night, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 7:00pm. A MCC Social Exchange Event. Movie Title to be Announced.
Tuesday, September 27th-Women's World Discussion, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 11:00am. The topic for this discussion will be "A Women's Worth, Part 1" featuring guess facilitator, KU Alum, Ms. Fatimah Freeman. Light refreshments provided. Not just for Women!
Thursday, September 29th-Travel Around the World: Oil-Olive, Coconut and More!, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 5pm. This is a Global Connections program to learn and explore about Oils where one can learn the history, the uses and sample some recipes using this ingredient(s). Guest presenters from Second Nature Health Food Store to discuss the benefits and differences in oils. Light refreshments provided. All are welcome to attend.
Tuesday, October 4th-The Roles of Financial Aid - Room 104, Multicultural Center, 5pm. This is a MCC/Fresh/Financial Aid collaboration with guest presenter, Mrs. Susie Gaisey.
Friday, October 7th-Dance Culture, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 5pm. This is a MCC Social Exchange Event. More details to follow.
Tuesday, October 11th-Diversity Training for the College Student with Justin Brown, Room 218, McFarland Student Union Building, 7pm. Details to follow.
Wednesday, October 12th-" The Roots", Room 104, Multicultural Center, 5pm. This program traces the roots of native Americans in the United States mainly "Mexican Americans" who are Native Americans and will deal with the current social/political topic on "U.S. Immigration Policies." Presented by Dr. James Jackson.
Friday, October 14th-Advanced Tips on Studying, Room 206, Multicultural Center 12pm. This is a MCC/CASA/FRESH collaboration with guest facilitator, Dr. Paige Brookins from CASA.
Tuesday, October 18th-Defamation the Play, Room 218, McFarland Student Union Building, 7pm. This is an interactive play where the audience serves as the jury in a discrimination case. Sponsored in collaboration with the Office of Student Involvement.
Wednesday, October 26th-Pumpkin Carving, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 7pm. A MCC Social Exchange that allows one to express their creativity in our annual Pumpkin Carving event. All are welcome. Light Refreshments. Limited supplies.
Thursday, October 27th-Women's World Discussion, " A Women's Worth, Part 2", Room 104, Multicultural Center, 11am. Karen Kihurani will be the guest facilitator. All are welcome. Light refreshment provided.
Wednesday, November 2nd-"Ouch That Stereotype Hurts", Room 206, Multicultural Center, 7pm. Discussion Collaboration with Minority Achievement Coalition (M.A.C.).
Thursday, November 10th-Travel Around the World: Pumpkins & Squash, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 11am. A Global Connections program where you can learn the history, fun facts and uses of pumpkins and squash. There will be a sampling of foods made with these foods. All are welcome.
Friday, November 18th-Meditation for a Better Life, Room 104, Multicultural Center, 12noon. Karen Kiurani will be the guest facilitator.
Tuesday, December 6th-Women's World Discussion-"A Women's Worth, Part 3," Room 104, Multicultural Center, 11am. The third part of this discussion. Light refreshments. All are Welcome.
Finals Week-Sunday December 11-Friday, December 16th-Multicultural Center
Sunday, December 11th- 6pm-midnight. Light Refreshments
Monday, December 12th-8am-midnight. Light Refreshments
Tuesday, December 13th-8am-midnight. Food For Thought Break 7:30pm
Wednesday, December 14th-8am-midnight. Light Refreshments
Thursday, December 15th-8am-4:30pm
Friday, December 16th-8am-4:30pm
Building is wireless; there are computers and printers. Free Scantrons available.