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Office of Multicultural Affairs

For more information on any of the events listed, please call 423.439.5377.

Black Affairs Association Meetings

All Meetings are Held at 7pm.

January 19, February 2, March 2, April 6

Black Affairs Association is open to any and everyone that cares about Black Affairs.
It is an organization that focuses on providing a social and educational outlet.

ETSU Gospel Choir Ensemble

 Watch a gospel choir video!



Thursdays, Brown Hall Auditorium, Room 112
All Meetings at 7pm.

Hip Hop Wednesdays

Join Black Affairs as we explore the Hip Hop culture on the last Wednesday of every month.  Each month will showcase different activiites surrounding this popular culture such as rap battles, hip hop caricatures, NPHC strolls, etc...and of course lots of music.

January 26, February 23, March 30, and April 27
D.P. Culp Center, Location TBA

Chinese Spring Festival

The Chinese Spring Festival is a celebration of the traditional Chinese New Year.  Various cultural activities will include games, food, and presents.  As a special treat, we will learn to make Chinese Dumplings!  All faculty, staff and students are welcome to enjoy the evening with us as we celebrate and share the Chinese culture. 

Sunday, January 30
Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM)
4:30pm Learn to make dumplings
6:00pm Program

Ol' Skool Movie Night

Wednesday, March 16
D.P. Culp Center
Location TBA

Matt Glowacki: Diversity According to "Family Guy" & "South Park"

"Family Guy" & "South Park" are examined and mined for gold as Matt identifies the ways in which these programs break down stereotypical attitudes and behavior regarding people's differences.  Matt's interpretation of these popular cultural icons educates, but most importantly encourages a fresh look at life around us.  Matt's audiences will never be passive television viewers again but rather will ask, "what's the point, what's moral, and how are they reflective of the goings on of our culture?"

Thursday, March 17
D.P. Culp Center, Auditorium

Jim Wand: Master Hypnotist

Open to a little suggestion?  Dr. Jim Wand will tap into your subconscious for entertainment and educational purposes.  He has been involved in the field of hypnosis for over 20 years and holds a Ph.D. in the field of psychology.  He has worked with such personalities as Jay Leno, Chris Rock, Carrot Top, Larry the Cable Guy, Jeff Probst, the host of Survivor.  Dr. Wand has also appeared on numerous T.V. programs including "The Sally Show", "The Judge Joe Brown Show", the Discovery Channel, Comedy Central and numerous other appearances on FOX, ABC, NBC, and CBS. 

Date TBA
D.P. Culp Center Auditorium

Unity Fest 2011

Unity Fest is an annual event to celebrate and appreciate the different cultures on campus.  The day is filled with fun and entertainment and a smorgasbord of cultural foods.  Festivities will include giveaways, novelties, and interactive games and IT'S ALL FREE!!!

Wednesday, April 13
Amphitheatre (Rain Location: Cave and Cave Patio)

For more information about any of the events listed, please call 423.439.6633.

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