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Friday, March 6, 11:30am-1:30pm, MUB Strafford Room
International Women's Luncheon

Event sponsored by the Office of International Students and Scholars and the MUB
All are welcome

Use this link to register for the lunch

OMSA Say What - Student led discussion series
Thursday, March 12th

12:40 –  2:00pm, MUB 338/340
Come join OMSA and discuss Selma - Then and Now.  A group of UNH students, who just got back from attending a Sustained Dialogue conference in Selma,  will be sharing their experience, reflecting on the movie, the civil rights movement and how it has changed the world to where we are now. FACEBOOK EVENT, SHARE WITH FRIENDS:

Dancing with MOSAICO

Thursday, March 12th, 7:00 – 9:00pm, MUB Strafford Room

Do Latin dances like salsa, merengue, bachata, nortena, and forro all excite you?  Come join MOSAICO in the Strafford room for a night full of great music and great people.  Don't worry if you don't know how to dance we can teach you! Light refreshments will be provided. Tickets are free for all undergrads and only $3 for general admission. Don't forget to follow MOSAICO on twitter (UNHMOSAICO), vine (UNHMOSAICO), instagram (UNHMOSAICO), and snapchat (UNH_MOSAICO). FACEBOOK EVENT, SHARE WITH FRIENDS:

United Asian Coalition presents: East Meets West, March 27, 7:00-8:30pm, MUB Strafford Rm. Free tickets are now available at the MUB Ticket Office.  View the flyer

East Meets West is a cultural Event hosted by UAC every year to bring to light the similarities and differences between Eastern and Western culture. This year, we have invited Harrison Kim to convey our message through his music about Asian culture. We will also have a panel of guest speakers who are currently working or studying at UNH to discuss Asian/Asian-American experiences on right here on campus and in the United States. Also, come and see an amazing performance by the Rice Paddy Heroes Dance Crew

What it means to be a Muslim: Here and Now, Tuesday, March 31, 5:30-7:00pm, MUB 330-332.   Lecture followed by Q & A  with Dr. Mohamed Ibraham, ISSA, Dover, NH 
Event sponsored by the UNH Muslim Student Association.

Black Lives Matter in Our Classrooms - Panel Discussion, Mon, April 6, 5-6pm, MUB Theater II There are less than 300 black students on our campus, and fewer than 10 tenure-track black faculty at UNH. As part of this year’s Sidore Lecture Series we invite you to join us in a conversation about being black at predominately white institutions.  Panelist will include:

  • Dr. Linda Chavers, Philips Exeter Academy
    • Her piece “An Elegy for Michael Brown” can be found HERE
  • Dr. Courtney Marshall, UNH English and Women’s Studies
  • Otis Douce, Director of Cultural Competence and Global Diversity at the Hun School
  • Members of the UNH Black Student Union

What does #BlackLivesMatter mean for us at UNH? How can predominantly white classrooms be inclusive and actively anti-racist?

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Events Co-sponsored by the Office of International Students & Scholars and the MUB.  All events are held on Fridays, 3:30-5:00pm, MUB Entertainment Center.  Join us for conversation and refreshments

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