Discussing and planning campus events
Weekly discussion on a variety of Muslim topics
At 4:30 p.m. in Foundation Hall's Manzulli Boardroom, join Vietnamese-American novelist and essayist Monique Truong for a reading, followed by a book signing.
Brooklyn-based Monique Truong's first novel, "The Book of Salt," was a national bestseller and New York Times Notable Fiction book. Her second novel, "Bitter in the Mouth," was named a best fiction book of the year by Barnes & Noble and Hudson Booksellers.
This meeting we will continue to discuss possible upcoming events and any new ideas.
The purpose of this event is to host a bake sale in order to raise money to be donate money to a local soup kitchen. We are doing the bake sale as a community service of the club.
The PAA is setting up a informational table with the accurate, tested statistics and facts that demonstrate all of the different ways that smoking, both tobacco and marijuana, have detrimental effects on your overall health.
Join the Italian Club for a screening of the PBS documentary, "The Italian Americans, Part 2," followed by a discussion. Light refreshments will be served.
Please join us in the Center for Intercultural Advancement to discuss ideas and events for Women's History Month. It is open to all students, faculty and staff, who are interested.
Students, faculty and staff will read their favorite passage or poem by an African-American author at the 2015 Black History Month Read-Aloud