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Solar Eclipses and the Experience of the Sacred: Religious Responses to Eclipses Across time and cultures

Friday, Apr 28, 7 pm
Bruner Hall Planetarium
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Mis Raíces

Wednesday, Apr 19, 7:30 pm
Mantor & Randall Hall

Music, Tacos, Loteria, Dancing and FUN!  Sponsored by: Mantor, Randall, & OMA.

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Study Night in OMA

Monday, Apr 24, 7 pm
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"Building Bridges across Religious Communities: Muslin Women and Interfaith Dialogue"

Thursday, Apr 6, 3:30 pm
Copeland Hall 140

Sponsored by the International Studies Program, Women's and Gender Studies Program. Reception to follow.  Free and open to the public.  Presenter, Dr. Ayse Orellana from Georgetown University.

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Sushi Night

Wednesday, Apr 12, 6:30 pm

Come meet international students from Asian countries & learn how to make your own sushi & rice balls.

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Girl Code

Wednesday, Apr 5, 5 pm
NSU Cedar Room

An event promoting awareness and conversation about Healthy Relationships & Mental Health.  For high school & college women.

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So Very Quickly...Sex!

Thursday, Mar 30, 7 pm
Randall Hall

Sex Education Program put on by Queer Straight Alliance.

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Katie Wirsing

Thursday, Apr 27, 5 pm
NSU 312

The Women’s Center, in collaboration with QSA and Student Government, is bringing Katie Wirsing to campus for sexual assault awareness week. Katie will be doing a show that same night, April 27th at 7 pm in the Ponderosa room that is open to any UNK student, faculty or staff.  Below is a link to Katie’s website if anyone wants to see her material.

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Keynote speaker - Dr. Abby Ferber, No Limits Women's & Gender Studies Conference

Friday, Mar 10, 11:15 am
Ponderosa Room, NSU

Free and open to the public.

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OMA Council Board Approval 2017-2018

Submit the information here to be eligible to run for OMA Council Board.  Board members must have previously held a board position in an OMA organization and be in good academic standing at UNK.  Elections will be held April 10 for the 2014-15 academic year.

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Webinar - "Libraries in the Jim Crow South"

Thursday, Feb 23, 1 pm
Jennings Room, Room 209, Library upstairs

Please join the Library and the American Democracy Project in celebrating Black History Month.  In celebration of Black History Month, join author Cheryl Knott (“Not Free, Not for All: Public Libraries in the Age of Jim Crow”) and Civil Rights activist Geraldine Hollis (author of “Back to Mississippi”), along with artists Michael Crowell and Chapel Hill Library Director Susan Brown, for an engaging and educational conversation on the history of libraries and life in the Jim Crow...

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International Food & Cultural Festival

Sunday, Mar 5, 4 pm
UNK Health and Sports Center

Sponsored by International Student Association.  Free and open to the public.

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Hilary Corna, speaker.

Tuesday, Feb 21, 7 pm
Ponderosa Room, Nebraskan Student Union

Hilary Corna is a former senior executive with Toyota Asia and author of One White Face and has been featured on Forbes Woman, NBC and TEDx.  A first-generation college student, her message is especially pertinent for first-generation students and students considering international employment of service.  Sponsored by Cornerstone Leadership,

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Hispanic Student Association Carnival

Thursday, Apr 20, 6 pm
Ponderosa A, B and E

Sponsored by HSA.  Free food.  Free and open to the public.

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Adoption Panel

Thursday, Mar 9, 7 pm
Room 312, Nebraskan Student Union

Three students will share their own very unique adoption journeys and discoveries.  (Rebecca Duran, Rebekah Wade and Anna Wagemann.)  Followed by questions and answers about adoptions.  Sponsored by Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Japanese Festival 2017

Saturday, Feb 18, 6 pm
Ponderosa Room, Nebraskan Student Union

Free and open to the public.  Sponsored by UPFF and Loper Nites.  Free food.  Seats are limited.

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OMA Study Night

Wednesday, Feb 22, 7 pm
Multicultural Center, Nebraskan Student Union

Free refreshments.  Sponsored by OMA.

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Film - A Time for Burning"

Thursday, Feb 9, 7 pm
Copeland Hall 140

In recognition of Black History Month, this is sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta, History Honor Society and the UNK Sociology Club.

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Film - The Whistleblower

Apr 7 - Apr 9
The World Theater Downtown Kearney

Sponsored by Modern Languages Dept.  April 9 Matinee at 2:00 p.m.

April 7 & 8 at 7:30 p.m.

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IXCANUL (Volcano) - Film - Kacqchikel & Spanish with English subtitles

Tuesday, Feb 7, 7:30 pm
The World Theater, Downtown Kearney

2017 Theme.  Race, Ethnicity and Their Effects on Society.  Featuring Free Mexican Appetizer Bar from KOMAL.  Doors will open one hour prior to show time.  No admission charge.  Free-will donations greatly appreciated.  sponsored by Modern Languages Dept., Dean of Fine Arts & Humanities, International Studies, Dean, Natural & Social Sciences, and Humanities Nebraska and the Nebraska Culural Endowment.

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Chinese Spring Festival 2017

Saturday, Jan 28, 5:30 pm
Ponderosa Room, Nebraskan Student Union

This event is sponsored by CSSA.  Free and open to the public.

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Black History Month Presenter - Dominique Morgan

Monday, Feb 27, 6 pm
Food Court, Nebraskan Student Union

Dominique Morgan will be speaking and singing from 6:00-9:00 pm.  Sponsored by Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Candelight Vigil

Tuesday, Jan 17, 7 pm
Atrium, Nebraskan Student Union

Featured Speaker, Dr. Gilbert Hinga, Dean, Student Affairs.  Sponsored by Women's, Gender and Ethnic Studies.

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Poet, Lenora Castillo: La Nebraska, Poetry From the Plains - a Museum of Nebraska Art event

Wednesday, Jan 25, 2 pm
Museum of Nebraska Art, 2401 Central Avenue, Kearney, NE

Poetry reading of Latina Poet, Lenora Castillo.  Free and open to he public.  Sponsored by Humanities Nebraska and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment and is presented in conjunction with MONA's Mujeres exhibition.  MONA:  308-865-8559

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MLK Guest Speaker - Stancia Whitcomb Jenkins

Wednesday, Jan 18, 6 pm
Miriam Drake Theater, Fine Arts Building

The Life, the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.  Ms. Jenkins is the Associate to the President and Assistant VP for Diversity, Access and Inclusion for the Nebraska University System.  The program includes a Candlelight Vigil.  Sponsored by Multicultural Affairs.  Free and open to the public.  Free refreshments.

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