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2013 Fall Programs

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You, Your society, and your world

Join us for a discussion about stereotypes in our society and what you can do about them. The program begins at 7:00pm in Neff Hall on November 21st, 2013.


Join us as we discuss "OTHER", an art show based on individuality, unity, and harmony on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013 at 5:30pm in the Multicultural Center.


Join us for a fun night in entertainment as SCSU students express the meaning of Social Justice through their many different performances. Hosted by MC Slay and DJ fire. The show begins at 7:30pm in the Adanti Student Center Ballroom on November 13th, 2013.

WHEN BILLY BROKE HIS HEAD documentary screening

"This ain't exactly your inspirational cripple story." This film is told with “biting humor, {and a] no-apologies look at the true and unfiltered experiences of Americans with disabilities {that] goes straight to the source —and straight to the heart. Join us on October 25th at 1:00pm in room 201 and November 12th at 5:00pm in room 301 as we screen this remarkable documentary.

Muslim Student's Association Annual Eid Celebration

Come join us in a celebration of Eid, where you will learn what Eid is, why it’s celebrated in Islam, and the significance behind it all. After enjoy a Middle Eastern meal while mingling with other Muslim members of our society and meeting new people! The program will be held October 22nd  in Adanti Student Center room 301.


Why do we still identify ourselves through race? Who defines the races we belong to? Join us as we conduct a student led forum with SCSU Black Student Union, SCSU NAACP, UNH's Black Student Union, Yale's Black Student Alliance and UCONN's NAACP. This event is being held October 16th at 8:00pm in Adanti Student Center Ballroom B.


The film Girl Rising spotlights the strength of the human spirit and the power of education by following nine girls from nine countries in their quest to transform their lives. Their stories will touch you, teach you, inspire you, change you. The film screening will be shown October 15th at 5:00pm and October 17th at 11:00am in the Adanti Student Center Theater.


Join us as hear from Dr. Madison, History Department professor and Mr. Goldie Adele J.D., SCSU Director of Disability Resource Center as they discuss what the stand your ground law means and it’s effect on our society. Q&A to follow. This discussion is taking place in Chase Hall Lobby October 7th, 2013 at 7:30p.m.


The students of Art 311 01W with Prof. Noelle King and SCSU’s Student Art League Club have collaborated on an exhibition“(Not) Made in China” view from mid-September to the end of the fall semester in the Multicultural Center’s Gallery, 2nd floor, Adanti Student Center. The artists have taken famous works of Chinese art as their inspiration to create new work incorporating styles, themes and methods of the past with their own vision and a modern twist. A catalogue of the show with entries written by the students accompanies the exhibition. 

5th Annual empowering lives

Join us as we continue to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with the 5th Annual Empowering Lives program featuring Connecticut Supreme Court Justice Honorable Carmen Elisa Espinosa who will serve as the keynote speaker. There will be tasty Latin dishes and live entertainment by our SCSU students. This event is scheduled for Monday, Septeber 30th, 2013 at 1:00pm.

Mid-Autumn Festival celebration 2013

Join the Multicultural Center and the Chinese Student club in celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival on Thursday, September 19th, 2013 from 12:00-1:30pm. Come learn about this cultural event, chinese culture and try a moon cake. There will also be great prizes and a video clip showing of the moon festival.

Fiesta Latina presents: Zumba!        

Ditch the workout, join the party! Help us celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with a fun evening of Zumba.This event is being held in the Adanti Student Ballroom on Monday, September 16th, 2013. Registration begins at 7:00pm. Free and open to the public.

national hispanic heritage month events

Each year from September 15 to October 15th, the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America are recognized and celebrated.The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan.It was enacted into law on August 17th, 1988. Celebrate with us as we honor Hispanics with plenty of events throughout the month.

Multicultural & International Welcome Reception

In collaboration with welcome week! First Annual Multicultural Center and International Welcome Reception. Thursday, September 5th, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be door prizes, free food, new people and lots of fun. It is free! So come out and enjoy at the Lyman Center Lobby!