It's a GREAT DAY to Celebrate Diversity! #TexasTechDiversityWeek2016
Mar 24, 2016 by Kelsey M Jackson
Happy Thursday of Texas Tech Diversity Week! We hope that you have attended some great events this week! (Comment below what your favorite event of the week has been).
Check out all the events going on today (There are some great ones!):
Stomping Out Stereotypes
Department of Psychological Sciences and the Texas Tech University - Gay Straight Alliance
SUB North Plaza
Come help us to stomp out some annoying stereotypes! We’ll cover the SUB’s North Plaza with stereotypes about different groups on-campus and top them with extra-large bubble wrap. You are invited to POP! POP! POP! those bubbles and speak out against your least favorite stereotype!!
Diversity Week Campus Resource & Student Org Fair
Come check out some of the resources available to you as a Texas Tech student and meet some of the Student Orgs at Texas Tech! Find out ways to #GetConnected to Tech.
Celebration of Recovery
Hosted by the Center For The Study Of Addiction And Recovery
Come join the Center for the Study of Addiction & Recovery for an open speaker meeting celebrating sobriety! Learn about unique situations other students face on our campus while they attend college living a substance-free life. You’ll hear a firsthand account of the journey from addiction to recovery, and witness fellow students receiving “chips” to celebrate recovery milestones. Taking photos during this event is not permitted.
Fifty Years on Social Justice in America: Latinos Shaping a Nation
Hosted by the Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center
SUB Red Raider Ballroom
Fifty years ago there were seven million Hispanics in the United States. By next year the spending power of the now more than fifty-five million Latinos will be one-and-a-half trillion. Can a Latino President be far behind? Latinos Shaping a Nation tells the stories of the amazing contributions the Latino community has made, and continues to make, in our daily lives.
Thursday Night Movie
Hosted by Texas Tech Panhellenic, Texas Tech Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Multicultural Greek Council
SUB Escondido Theater
Four Hispanic high school students form a robotics club. With no experience, 800 bucks, used car parts and a dream, this rag tag team goes up against the country's reigning robotics champion, MIT.