Scheduled for Fall 2023
"Learning Hub" Open House
August 14 & 16. Co-hosted by Math Lab, Writing Center and the WLCC.
Girl’s Yukata Dress Days
Between 12PM-3PM, August 29-August 31.
Yukata is a Japanese casual summer cotton dress. Drop by and we will put a yukata on you.
5:30PM-6:30PM Wednesday, September 13.
Professor Jeff Provine will give a talk adapted from the History of Comics course showing the evolution of Manga from its early days post-WW2 to the 2000s. Enjoy our new Manga library. Snacks will be provided.
Date and Place -TBA
Brain Break Tea
Between 11AM-3PM. September 26 - September 28
Drop by and experience calligraphy with authentic Japanese style materials.
Coloring and origami are available, too.
Coffee and Conversations
2PM-3PM. Wednesday, September 13. Having Professor Stephen Morrow as a guest, we will discuss Happiness and Wellbeing.
Join us for an afternoon of networking and conversation in a relaxed and inclusive atmosphere. At each session, we will invite a guest who casually shares their experiences and insights in life, studies, career, and cultures.
ESL Conversation Group
English-language learners will improve communication skills while discussing different topics with English-language speakers. For more information please contact at email@example.com
Cultures Parade October/After fall break
Come walk together with us on campus and show off your native clothing. You can wear clothes of your native or favorite cultures. You can hold up a sign. Help us to promote cultural awareness on campus in a casual way.
Miniature Musical Instruments from Around the World
August through Mid-September.
Mid-September through October
Foreign Horror Films and Stories
Day of the Dead: Display
October 25- November 3. In the beautiful Mexican traditions, people honor the deceased loved ones in a positive manner.
November 6- November 17. A Collection of dolls from different cultures will be on display.