Celebrate Diversity Week at IU Southeast with very special programs.
Monday, February 15: 7-8:30 PM, Brian Sims. More Information
Thursday, February 18: 7:30-9:00 PM, the Langston Hughes Project jazz quartet celebrates Black History Month with a special multimedia performance of Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz. Also featuring the winner more »
Decision Making and Diversity: Getting Things Done and Bringing People With You
February 15 7:00pm
The Common Experience at IU Southeast and the IU Southeast Gay-Straight Alliance will host nationally renowned diversity advocate, speaker, and author Rep. Brian Sims for its program “Decision Making & Diversity – Getting Things Done and Bringing People with You” on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016 from 7 - 8:30 p. more »
Decision Making & Diversity - Getting Things Done & Bringing People with You
February 15 7:00pm
Presented by Common Experience and the IU Southeast Gay-Straight Alliance. Nationally renowned diversity advocate and speaker Brian Sims will address the IU Southeast, local, and regional community about how all of us can make the connection between diversity advocacy and creating the long-term university, public, and corporate policies that ens more »
February 17 12:30pm
The meeting will be in US206 (The Adult Student Center) The Non-Traditional Student Union advocates for adult students on campus and is a lot of fun! The purpose of this Organization is to bring non-traditional students together; thereby, forming a sense of community with visible presence through activities, events, and meetings. To be a re more »
Celebrate Black History Month with The Langston Hughes Project
February 18 7:30pm
Celebrate Black History Month with The Langston Hughes Project and a special multimedia performance of Harlem Renaissance Poet Langston Hughes' long poem, Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz. Also featured: Four student winners of the Slam Poetry competition, accompanied by The Langston Hughes Project.
Free and Open to the Public
Celtic Nights: Spirit of Freedom
February 27 7:30pm
Just as a plant craves light, Celtic people are drawn to music and song. Music is the soul, the very lifeblood of their tradition. It binds them together, even as it sets them apart. This driving passion for music and dance is the keystone of Celitc identity. The Irish embrace their musical culture like no other nation. Above all else, it is thi more »
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