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2014-2015 International Film Series

The purpose for an International Film Series is to engage, educate, and involve our students. Our goal is to promote multiculturalism, and hopefully broaden the cultural awareness of the students. The films should raise questions by reflecting on shifting social and cultural boundaries or challenging certain boundaries, but should also allow our viewers to reach their own conclusions. The films correspond with our history/heritage months. Listed below are our history/heritage movie...

Raphael T Richard updated the poll 2014-2015 International Film Series

Whitney Wang updated the event Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

Raphael T Richard updated the event International Film Series: South Africa

Yeonhui Kang updated the event Black History Month Kick-off

Priya A Patel updated the event International Film Series: China

Priya A Patel updated the event International Film Series: France

Yeonhui Kang updated the event Native American Heritage Month Kick Off

Joann N Fong updated the event An Evening with Andrew Jolivette

Joann N Fong updated the event International Film Series: Illegal

Joann N Fong updated the event International Film Series: XXY

Joann N Fong updated the event Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month Kick-Off

Joann N Fong updated the event Latino In America: Chasing the Dream

Holocaust Day of Remembrance

Wednesday, Apr 10, 6 pm
Heritage Hall 121

On April 10, at 6:30PM IN HERITAGE HALL 121, there will be a documentary in honor of the Holocaust remembrance told in the point of view of actual Holocaust survivors.

All day in the HUC LOBBY, there will be a Holocaust Historical Poster Exhibit!

This will be a life changing experience. Come out and join us as we pay respects.

Will you be attending?