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Welcome Reception for Multicultural Students, Staff and Faculty
Thurs, Sept 24, 2015, 5-7pm, MUB Strafford Room

Reconnect with old friends and make new connections while taste testing specialty dishes prepared by area restaurants..  There will also be an opportunity to learn more about student organizations and student services.  All are welcome to attend.  Event sponsored by Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (learn more)

Latino Heritage Dinner
Tuesday, October 13 2015, 7:00-9:00pm, MUB GSR

Come celebrate Latino Heritage Month with UNH MOSAICO!   Group will be hosting their annual celebration with a night of food from various Latin Countries, a Mariachi Band, and a guest speaker. It is sure to be a fun night of celebration of Latino Culture. All are welcome and encouraged to come. This event is FREE for students and $4 for non-students. Get your tickets in the MUB ticket office today!

MUB Lecture Series: Bassam Tariq
Wed, Nov 4, MUB Strafford Rm

Bassam Tariq is a TED Fellow and director of the acclaimed film These Birds Walk. For the past eight years, Bassam Tariq has travelled to all 50 states chronicling stories for his viral travelogue. Through first-hand accounts, Bassam Tariq gives a deeply intimate look into the diverse lives lived in Muslim America.  Event sponsored by MUB, Office of Community, Equity and Diversity, and other campus offices.

Ms. Mx. and Mr. Mosaico Annual Cultural Pageant, Fri, Nov 6, 7pm, MUB, GSR.
This annual cultural pageant is produced by Mosaico (the Latino/a Student Association) at UNH, Durham.  The event will feature talent contest and pagentry.  Tickets are available MUB Ticket Office.    

Sat, Nov 7, 10am-4pm, MUB, Granite State Rm
,  Join when you can or stay the whole time

NACA (Native American Cultural Association) would like to welcome any and all students, families, and community members to their 5th annual powwow.  Host Drum: Black Thunder, Drummers include: Walking Bear Singers, Mountain Spirit, Wompom Boys.  There will also be native dancing and vendors selling native jewelry, shirts, beads, sweet grass and more.

Sun, Nov 8, 6-8pm, MUB, GSR

Come and experience the biggest festival in South Asia, featuring exciting dances, great musical performances, a beautiful fashion show and lots more including a delicious Indian dinner.  Event sponsored by Indian Sub-Continent Students Association.  Tickets may be purchased at the MUB Ticket Office.

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