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Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center

Fall 2008

Hispanic Heritage Month
 

September

  • Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center Open House
    Come meet our staff and learn about the services the AHNA Center offers to students and the Wright State Community.  There will be ethnic music and refreshments.

    Wednesday, September 10th

    154 Millett Hall
    2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
     
  • Fall Fest
    Wright State University's annual Fall Fest featuring numerous department and student organization booths, food, games and music.  Come visit the AHNA Center, Asian Student Association (ASA), Latinos Involved in Further Education (LIFE), and Association of Native American Students (ANAS) booths. Free admission.

    Friday, September 12th
    The Quad
    10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
     
  • Multicultural Welcome Reception
    Join us as we welcome back new and returning students, faculty and staff. Co-sponsored by African/African American Studies, The Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center, Bolinga Black Cultural Resource Center, Organization for Black Faculty & Staff, Women's Center, and Women's Studies.  Featuring multicultural refreshments.

    Monday, September 15th

    Multicultural Lounge (161 Millett Hall)
    2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
     
  • Hispanic Heritage Month Events
    Click here for the 2008 calendar of events.

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October

  • Hispanic Heritage Month Events
    Click here for the 2008 calendar of events.
     
  • Multicultural Halloween Celebration
    This holiday celebration combines the traditional Halloween customs of North America with other fall holiday customs celebrated around the world.  This includes the African American “Kwanzaa”; the Asian Indian “Diwali”; the Chinese and Vietnamese “Mid-Autumn Festival”; “Chusok,” the Korean Thanksgiving; the Japanese “Bon” holiday; the Nigerian “Yam Festival”; The Mexican “Day of the Dead”; and the Native American Fall Harvest. The Multicultural Halloween is a collaborative effort of several Wright State student organizations and features multiethnic costumes, diversity of music and dance, a variety of multicultural foods, and a costume contest for adults and children.

    Wednesday, October 29th

    Apollo Room, Student Union
    5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
    Admissions: Free with valid WSU-ID; $10.00 General Public;
    $7.00 Children (ages 5-12)

    Click here to visit the MHC official website.

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Native American Heritage Month

October & November

  • Native American Heritage Month Events
    Click here for the 2008 calendar of events.