The University of Findlay commemorates Black History Month with several wonderful events which have been organized by the Office of Intercultural Student Services. They include events that will be hosted by several campus offices and student organizations who have collaborated to provide our campus with many diverse opportunities to celebrate together! We cordially invite you to join us for the University's "2013 Black History Month" activities.
2013 Black History Month Events
||Guyer Lounge Display Case-Shafer Library
||The Black Heritage Art Exhibit|
A local collection will be displayed in the Guyer lounge display case located in The Shafer Library.
|Wed, February 6th
Black History Month Movie "The Great Debaters"
on a true story, a professor at Wiley College, Texas, inspired his students to form the school's first debate
team, that despite racial discrimination, went on to challenge Harvard in the national championship.
|Sat, February 9th
|| 9pm - 1am
||The 16th Annual Black Tie Affair |
The most popular dance on campus is back, and better! This year's theme is "An Enchanted Winter."
Tues, February 12th
| 5-7:30 p.m.
||Henderson Dining Hall
|| Annual "Soul Food" Cultural Dinner a traditional African American dinner with Soul.|
|Sat, February 16th
|The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History Trip.|
Join us as we visit this historic museum that focuses on African American history! You MUST register for this event, and can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tues February 19th
|| 9-10 p.m.
||Buford Intercultural Center
||BSU invites You to a Black Student Union Meeting.|
This invitation is extended to our entire campus, come learn more about the mission of BSU!
|Wed, February 20th
||International Fashion Show|
Come out and enjoy stylish fashions from all over the world!
|Mon, February 25th
||Cultural Slam Poet- Mr. Brandon Thornton.|
Thornton's passion for poetry draws from his life experience, and his work truly captures the moment while painting a vivid picture.
Tues, February 26th
|Ritz Auditorium-Old Main
Dr. Williams of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Dr. Williams of Wal-Mart will share
how to successfully position yourself for the transition from college
to the workforce.|