Fall 2019 Events Calendar
& Phil(osophy): Ex Machina
Robert B. Moore Theater
5:45 - 9 PM
Free film screening followed by discussion hosted by OCC instructor Flavia Ruzi, Ph.D., featuring diverse student voices.
CLEEO Presents Tattoos of the Soul: Landscapes of Life
4:30 - 5:30 PM Lecture
5:30 - 6:30 Reception
An Art Exhibition featuring various artists and discussion with actor Michael Flores and Artist John Philip Nunes. Featuring DF Juan Castro. For more information about CLEEO and a complete list of CLEEO events visit The CLEEO Project.
Netflix & Phil(osophy): Milk
5:45 - 9 PM
Free Screening of Academy Award winning film Milk, based on the true story of Harvey Milk, first out gay politician elected in California. Followed by discussion panel hosted by OCC Instructor Olga Perez Stable, featuring diverse student voices.
Lynn: Transgender Voices
Speaker, Educator, & Advocate shares her experience as a transgender woman and parent. Followed by student panel Q&A. To learn more about Jessica Lynn, visit https://www.jessicalynn.website/.
Dia de Angelitos & Dia de Muertos
12 - 1 PM
Potluck and viewing of altar
1 - 2:45 PM
Viewing of Academy Award Film Coco
3 - 4 PM
Presenation by German Vasquez-Rubio, crafstman of the originla Coco guitar and internationally acclaimed Luthier.
4 - 4:30 PM
A full day of special events commemorating LIfe, Death and Diversity.
Multicultural Festival & Study Abroad Fair
10 AM - 2 PM
Experience food, music, and performances from around the world. Explore study abroad opportunities.
Study Abroad: How to Fund it and What to Expect
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM (time subject to change)
Co-presented by the Global Engagement Center and AIFS, Study Abroad provider. Learn how you can fund your summer abroad experience without breaking the bank and
hear from study abroad alumni about their diverse experiences.
Thanks, But No Thanks! Indegenous Peoples Celebration
5 - 7 PM
An evening of education, appreciation, and celebration to recognize & give thanks to the cultures & struggles that thanksgiving was built on. Featuring special presentation, ceremony, performances, food, music, and more.
of the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
Student Center Lounge
An event that explores the cultures of Natives Peoples of the Americas in recognition of Native American Heritage Month.
5 - 7 PM
An evening of education, appreciation, and celebration of the African Diaspora Holiday. Featuring special Kwanzaa presentation & ceremony, performances by African drummers & dancers, cultural foods, and more.
All events are ADA compliant. Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made no later than five business days prior to an event by contacting the Global Engagement Center. Dates, times, and schedule subject to change.
Questions? Cotact the Global Engagement Center:
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