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ISA Sushi-thon

Monday, Nov 5, 6 pm
Farinon Atrium

The International Student Association in collaboration with Dining Services brings to you an opportunity to make your own sushi. The event will be hosted as part of International Education Week, taking place from 4th to 10th November.

Sushi-thon will be taking place on the 5th of November, from 6-8pm, in Farinon Atrium.

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Jeopardy Game Night!

Thursday, Nov 8, 8:15 pm
Gilbert's Café

A game show featuring questions regarding international politics, maps, pop culture, flags, and much more.  This will be a fun night where your global knowledge will be put to test and you will learn something too! Participation will be in teams of 3-5. 

​​​​​​The event will be hosted by the International Student Association as part of International Education Week, taking place from 4th to 10th November.

The Game Night will take place on the 8th of November, from...

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The State of Democracy

Thursday, Nov 8, 12:15 pm
Kirby 104

Democracy around the world is facing new challenges that derive not from external threats but from the very choices made by voters themselves. From the United States to India, and just recently in Brazil, leaders are being elected that confront the fundamental democratic principles. This panel will discuss the common international patterns of this phenomenon – and their implications for the future.

This Brown Bag talk will be led by Professor Katalin Fabian and two...

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Harvard on Trial

Monday, Nov 5, 12:15 pm
Kirby 104

A trial over the race-conscious admissions policy of Harvard University could have lasting implications for selective colleges across the country. The lawsuit, brought by a nonprofit group called Students for Fair Admissions, claims the university discriminates against Asian-American applicants by limiting the number of those students it admits.

This panel, led by Professor Paul Barclay and Professor Christopher Lee would seek to interrogate the arguments for race-based...

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Bubble Tea with ISA

Tuesday, Nov 6, 11 am
Farinon Atrium

ISA will be serving authentic bubble tea free of charge for all of campus to enjoy!

This event is hosted as part of International Education Week, taking place from November 4th to 10th. 

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ISA October General Body Meeting

Sunday, Oct 21, 2 pm
Keefe Commons

Join us for fall treats as we prepare for next months' International Education Week celebration, discuss options for upcoming course selections and view the long-awaited International Orientation slideshow.

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[Extravaganza Week] Grand Finale

Saturday, Apr 6, 7:30 pm
Williams Center of the Arts

Join us at WAC for a series of performances to mark the end of Extravaganza Week! Extravaganza Grand Finale is a closing show of Lafayette’s week-long celebration of the many cultures represented among our college community. It will be an amazing show with international and domestic students presenting music, dances and other performances from around the world. 

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International Friendship Program Kickoff

Friday, Sep 14, 5 pm
Marlo Room

All students and partners participating in the International Friendship Program are invited to attend this kickoff event. Partners and students are expected to meet for the first time here. More details to follow. 

For information about the program, please refer to: http://sites.lafayette.edu/isa/international-friendship-program/ 

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Pards Gone Global: A PechaKucha Brown Bag

Monday, Apr 30, 12 pm
Farinon, Marlo Room

Lafayette students are making their mark around the globe while being positively transformed by their experiences.  As an extension of the ISA Extravaganza Week, come hear from students who have studied abroad, taken an interim course overseas, worked with refugees in the U.S., come here as international students and participated in other programs throughout the world.  The presentations will follow the PechaKucha format - 20slides X 20seconds.  So get ready for a fast-paced lunch hour of...

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The Roots of Europe? Greece and Beyond

Monday, Apr 9, 12 pm
OCGE 107

Professor Dubischar will trace the roots of modern European society to Ancient Greece- the alleged starting point. However, the story goes back further to the Ancient Near East which inspired much of Ancient Greece.

Mediterranean food will be served!

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ISA Extravaganza Food Tasting

Friday, Apr 13, 5 pm
Marlo Room

This is part of ISA Extravaganza Week. Students from all over the world will prepare dishes to share their culture. Please come and have a feast!!!!!

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How do I...? Spring Series: Get a Driver's License

Monday, Feb 5, 4:30 pm
Pardee 102B

Learn about the DMV permit and test process requirements, options for driving practice, renting vehicles and best practices for buying a car/insurance.

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Jeans that Make a Difference - Sole Hope Shoe Cutting Party

Wednesday, Mar 29, 10 am
Farinon
By turning old jeans into shoes, you can help stop the threat of jiggers throughout Uganda.  Join ISA in the Atrium as part of our Extravaganza Week celebration and party with a purpose - help us effectively put in place preventive methods to combat diseases that enter through the feet and to create a positive physical and psychological difference in the lives of individuals in impoverished communities.   Stations will be set-up all day for you to come by and cut from our templates.  Stay as...
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Conversations with Michael Levy, Author of Kosher Chinese

Friday, Mar 31, 8 pm
Farinon Atrium

Immediately following the Extravaganza Food Tasting, Michael will share from his time serving in the Peace Corps in rural China, focusing on the intersectionality of his different identities throughout his career, what he's learned and how all of these experiences have shaped his idea of "success."

Please join us for this lively conversation!

Co-sponsored by International Student Advising and Interfaith Council

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Korean Cool

Thursday, Mar 30, 12:15 pm
Kirby 104

Join us on Thursday, March 30th in Kirby 104 @ 12:15 as a part of Extravaganza Week (3/27-4/1) to discuss the rise of South Korea's popularity. The talk will be led by Prof. Il Hyun Cho from the Government and Law Department, focusing on South Korea's growth from a third-world country to one of the leading soft powers in today's world. Why did K-Pop and K-Drama suddenly become "cool" and what are the implications of this sudden trend?

Co-sponsored by the Government and Law...

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ISA Extravaganza Grand Finale

Saturday, Apr 1, 8 pm
Williams Center for the Arts

The culminating event of our week-long celebration of cultures will showcase artistic and traditional songs, dances and talents from all over the world. This tour of the globe will give you the perfect respite from your academics.  Join in this evening of appreciation of the diversity at Lafayette College.

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Tea-Talk Brown Bag

Tuesday, Mar 28, 12:15 pm
OCGE 107

Join us on Tuesday, March 28th in OCGE 107 @ 12:15PM as a part of Extravaganza Week (3/27-4/1) to discuss tea traditions around the world. The talk will be led by Professor Caleb Gallemore. The talk will include a brief history of tea in different parts of the world, the way tea traditions differ across cultures, and a preview of its present-day significance.

Cosponsored by International Affairs Program. Lunch will be provided!

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Misconceptions of Africa - Brown Bag

Monday, Mar 27, 12 pm
Marlo Room - Farinon

What is Africa? Why is it so often misrepresented? 

Join us on Monday, March 27th in the Marlo room as a part of Extravaganza Week (3/27-4/1) discuss the misconceptions of Africa. The talk will be led by a panel consisting of students from Madagascar, Morocco, Nigeria, and Rwanda. The talk will include a brief introduction to Africa, common misconceptions, the implications of why Africa is so often misrepresented, and why we must address this issue. 

Cosponsored by Grossman...

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How do I...? Spring Series: Get a Driver's License

Monday, Mar 6, 4:30 pm
Pardee 102B

Learn about the DMV permit and test process requirements, options for driving practice, renting vehicles and best practices for buying a car/insurance.

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March Around the World

Friday, Mar 3, 12 pm
F.A. March Elementary School

Join us as we take the kids at March Elementary on a tour of the world, teaching them through performances, art & crafts and other fun activities. 

For more information on volunteering for this event, please contact Jocelyn Mizero at mizeroj@lafayette.edu.

NOTE: Snow date - March 24

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Extravaganza Week Food Tasting

Friday, Mar 31, 6 pm
Marlo Room, Farinon

You won't need 80 days to experience this trip around the world!  Come out and taste over 20 different dishes prepared by members of the International Students Association followed by presentations on the various regions represented.  Your taste buds will thank you!

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ISA Extravaganza Grand Finale

Friday, Apr 1, 8 pm
Williams Center for the Arts

Join us for the Grand Finale, the final event of the ISA's Extravaganza week celebration. During this trip around the world we'll showcase artistic and traditional songs, dances and other talents from all over the world.  This is a night you won't want to miss!

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How do I...? Navigate the U.S. Healthcare System

Thursday, Oct 13, 4:30 pm
Oeschle Center for Global Education Room 107

Understanding U.S. health care can be frustrating and tricky.  Representatives from the Bailey Health Center will discuss what is covered under the college health plan and explain the nuances of physicians being "In-Network/Out of Network", what to expect with deductibles and co-pays, as well as local options for healthcare when BHC is closed.

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How do I...? Fall Series: Get a Driver's License

Tuesday, Oct 4, 4:30 pm
Oeschle Center for Global Education Room 107

Learn about the DMV permit and test process requirements, options for driving practice, renting vehicles and best practices for buying a car/insurance.

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How do I...? Fall Series: Apply for a Social Security Number

Tuesday, Sep 20, 4:30 pm
Oeschle Center for Global Education Room 107

Learn about the process and documents needed to apply for a social security number and the steps required once the card is received.  

Presenters: Janine Block and Darlene Yost

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