Intercultural Horizons debuts this semester with ‘Globalizing the Racial Line’ The Office of Intercultural Development (OID) has begun publication of Intercultural Horizons, a new magazine addressing some of the most current intercultural issues on a local and global scale. The debut issue, “Globalizing the Racial Line,” is currently available at designated locations across campus. To [...]
Lecture is part of the Presidential Speaker Series on Diversity As part of the Presidential Speaker Series on Diversity, author, Harvard law professor, and civil rights activist Lani Guinier will present “Lift Every Voice” 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29 in Kirby Hall of Civil Rights room 104. Free and open to the public, the lecture [...]
Exhibit runs through Nov. 2 in the David A. Portlock Black Cultural Center As part of Latino Heritage Month, artwork by Chilean artist Jose A. Balcells will be featured in the exhibit “The Poetic Dimension of a Country,” running through Nov. 2 in the David A. Portlock Black Cultural Center. The exhibit, which is sponsored [...]
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