Evelyn Chapel Programming

 

SPRING SEMESTER 2014

 

JANUARY 2014

 

ReligiosiTEA:  A Program of Evelyn Chapel in cooperation with IWU Interfaith

ThursdayS:  January 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th at 4:00pm (meets MOST ThursdayS throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Join the IWU Interfaith Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

Festival of Spirituals and Song

Thursday, January 23rd at 4:00pm at evelyn chapel

Join us for our annual celebration of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as students and faculty fill the Chapel with beautiful and soul-stirring music!  This is an annual program created and coordinated by Professor of Voice Dr. Carren Moham. 

Dispelling Myths:  Religious Minorities

Wednesday, January 29th at 8:00pm in The Davidson Room

*Sponsored by the Office of Residential Life's Multicultural Educators, with the participation of Multifaith Ambassadors*  

Come join the IWU community to debunk some myths about religious minorities! We will have student speakers sharing their experiences and perspectives as practicing Jews, Pagans, Muslims, and Hindus! At the end, we will have 15-20 minutes of Q & A with the student panel.

FEBRUARY 2014

 

ReligiosiTEA:  A Program of Evelyn Chapel in cooperation with IWU Interfaith

ThursdayS:  FEBRUARY 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th at 4:00pm (meets MOST ThursdayS throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Join the IWU Interfaith Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

 

Illinois Interfaith Conference at The University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign

February 28th through March 2nd

Join IWU Interfaith members and Evelyn Chapel's Multifaith Ambassadors for an excellent conference featuring national speakers and participants from colleges and universities across Illinois!  For more information, contact University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger at enelsonw@iwu.edu and visit www.illinoisinterfaithservice.org.

 

MARCH 2014

 

From Ashes to Action: An Ecumenical Ash Wednesday Service

Wednesday, march 5th at 11:00am

University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger, Monsignor Doug Hennessey from Holy Trinity Catholic Church and IWU students will lead this service signaling the beginning of the 40 days of Lent.

ReligiosiTEA:  A Program of Evelyn Chapel in cooperation with IWU Interfaith

ThursdayS:  March 6th, 20th and 27th at 4:00pm (meets MOST ThursdayS throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Join the IWU Interfaith Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

Interfaith Coffeehouse

Sunday, March 30th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm in Joslin Atrium

Share your talents and/or appreciate the diverse expressions of spirituality and faith on our campus through art, music, poetry, and dance.  For more information, or to sign up, email Multifaith Ambassadors Mark Timmermann at mtimmerm@iwu.edu or Ashleen Davey at adavey@iwu.edu.

 

APRIL 2014

 

ReligiosiTEA:  A Program of Evelyn Chapel in cooperation with IWU Interfaith

ThursdayS:  april 3rd, 10th and 17th at 4:00pm (meets MOST ThursdayS throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Join the IWU Interfaith Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!


 

FALL SEMESTER 2013

 

SEPTEMBER 2013

 

ReligiosiTEA

ThursdayS:  September 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th at 4:00pm (meets MOST ThursdayS throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Visit our Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

Pray the Devil Back to Hell: Film Screening and Discussion

Thursday, September 26th at 7:00pm at Beckman Auditorium, The Ames Library

Co-sponsored by IWU's International Film Series and Evelyn Chapel's Multifaith Ambassadors

"Pray the Devil Back to Hell is the extraordinary story of a small band of Liberian women who came together in the midst of a bloody civil war, took on the violent warlords and corrupt Charles Taylor regime, and won a long-awaited peace for their shattered country in 2003.

As the rebel noose tightened upon Monrovia, and peace talks faced collapse, the women of Liberia – Christian and Muslims united - formed a thin but unshakable white line between the opposing forces, and successfully demanded an end to the fighting– armed only with white T-shirts and the courage of their convictions." - http://praythedevilbacktohell.com/index.php

 

OCTOBER 2013

 

Censorship for Religious Reasons: From the Bible to Harry Potter

Part of the "First Wednesday" Chapel Series

Wednesday, October 2nd at 4:00pm at Evelyn Chapel

Co-sponsored by The Ames Library and Evelyn Chapel

Join us for an arts-infused talk about books challenged for religious reasons.  This event feature Barbara Jones, Executive Director of the Office for Intellectual Freedom, American Library Association and student directed and performed scenes from two challenged books:  To Kill a Mockingbird and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

ReligiosiTEA

ThursdayS:  OCTOBER 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st at 4:00pm (meets MOST Thursdays throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Visit our Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

Homecoming Weekend Service:  Celebrating Multifaith Community

Sunday, October 13th at 10:00am at Evelyn Chapel

Join IWU Alumni and current students, faculty, and staff as we celebrate the diversity of religious and non-religious students on our campus who are coming together in fellowship, engagement and service as a multifaith community.  Speakers will include members of the Multifaith Ambassador Program and music will be led by current and returning members of IWU's Collegiate Choir.

Alternative Fall Break: Chicago Interfaith Edition

Friday, October 18th thru Sunday, October 20th

Click here for an application, which is due no later than September 20th.

We will be spending three days and two nights in Chicago visiting Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Baha’i and Muslim faith communities, and learning about—and engaging in—interfaith service and dialogue, including a Saturday working with Habitat for Humanity Chicago South Suburbs. We’ll be staying at the Youth Center of The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago in Hyde Park and will both prepare our own meals and enjoy distinctive cuisine in Chicago neighborhoods! 

 

NOVEMBER 2013

 

"There's Room on the Bus for You:" A Lunchtime Conversation for Students with Sr. Simone Campbell

Friday, november 1st at Noon at the davidson room in the memorial center

Sr. Simone Campbell is a social justice advocate, lawyer, and Roman Catholic nun who led the "Nuns on the Bus" tour in the summers of 2012 and 2013.  All students are welcome and the lunch is free, but an RSVP is required.  Click here to RSVP no later than Oct. 30th, 2013.  Co-sponsored by Evelyn Chapel and the Pruyne Lectureship: An Outreach of New Covenant Community.

Living the Biblical Demand for Social Justice: How and Why Do We Speak Truth to Power?

friday, november 1st at 7:00pm at westbrook auditorium in presser hall

Sr. Simone Campbell will offer this free public lecture, sponsored by Evelyn Chapel and the Pruyne Lectureship: An Outreach of New Covenant Community.

Green Spirituality: A Conversation on What Has Shaped Our Views of the Environment

Part of the "First Wednesday" Chapel Series

Wednesday, november 6th from 11:00Am - 12:30pm IN THE basement of Evelyn Chapel

Come for good discussion, the sharing of stories by staff, faculty, and students, and an eco-friendly meal as we discuss how our faith and non-faith perspectives shape our view on the importance of and care for nature.  Bring your perspectives, too!  

ReligiosiTEA:  A Program of Evelyn Chapel in cooperation with IWU Interfaith

ThursdayS:  NOVEMBER 7th, 14th, and 21st at 4:00pm (meets MOST ThursdayS throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Join the IWU Interfaith Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

 Hildegard

Frauenlieder: Medieval Songs of Women

Part of Hildegard's Light: Women, Religion, and Music in Twelfth-Century Germany, a project funded by the Re-Centering the Humanities Project

Sunday, November 17th at 3:00pm in Evelyn Chapel

The professional ensemble LIBER will present a concert, followed by a master class. 

 

Hildegard's Scivias: Art, Music, and Drama in a Program of Theological Understanding

Part of Hildegard's Light: Women, Religion, and Music in Twelfth-Century Germany, a project funded by the Re-Centering the Humanities Project

Monday, November 18th at 6:00pm in Evelyn Chapel

Dr. Margot Fassler, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Music History and Liturgy at The University of Notre Dame, will speak and IWU musicians will perform select pieces of Hildegard's music.

 

 

DECEMBER 2013

 

A Messiah Sing-A-Long

Part of the "First Wednesday" Chapel Series and IWU's Week of Holiday Celebration

Wednesday, December 4th at 11:00am in Evelyn Chapel

Jonathan Green, Provost and Conductor of University Choir, Dr. Susan Klotzbach and student musicians will lead us the singing of Messiah favorites.  A bring-your-own bag lunch with discussion about the enduring cultural and spiritual impact of Handel's Masterwork will take place at Noon in the Chapel (with holiday cookies provided!). 

ReligiosiTEA:  A Program of Evelyn Chapel in cooperation with IWU Interfaith

ThursdayS:  December 5th and 12that 4:00pm (meets MOST ThursdayS throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith along with students from various religious and non-religious traditions. Join the IWU Interfaith Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

Light the Night: A Multicultural Celebration of the Season of Light

Part of IWU's Week of Holiday Celebration

Sunday, December 8th at 8:00pm in Evelyn Chapel

A service celebrating the diverse stories, songs, and meanings of Hanukkah, Yule, Christmas, and Kwanzaa followed by the lighting of campus and a reception at Ames Art Building Atrium.

 

 


 

 


 

Spring 2013

MARCH 2013

A "First Wednesday" Chapel and Lunch

A World of Problems and Their Not Necessarily Adequate Solutions: The Cases of Buddhism and Its East Asian Relatives

Wednesday, March 6th at 11:00am

All are welcome for a time of learning and reflection as Assistant Professor of Religion Tao Jin speaks about East Asian religions and their approaches to the questions in their cultures. A free lunch with Professor Jin continues at 11:45am at Evelyn, hosted by the Chapel and IWU Interfaith.

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, MArch 7th, 21st and 28th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith. Visit our Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

APRIL 2013

A "First Wednesday" Chapel and Lunch

From Slavery to Freedom: The Story of Passover

Wednesday, APRIL 3rd at 11:00am

We welcome Rabbi Lynn Goldstein and Cantor Hilary Bair from Moses Montefiore Congregation in Bloomington, Illinois who will offer a musical and academic approach to Passover within the Jewish faith.  All are invited for a time of reflection, learning, and music!  A free lunch with Rabbi Goldstein continues at 11:45am at Evelyn, hosted by the Chapel and IWU Interfaith.

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, April 4th, 11th, and 18th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith. Visit our Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

"Better Together" Interfaith Service Day

Saturday, April 6th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm

Sign up here!

Students from any religious or non-religious tradition are invited to take part in IWU's inaugural Interfaith Service Day.  This "Better Together" event (part of Interfaith Youth Core's national program) will include lunch at the Islamic Center of Bloomington-Normal where students from various traditions and worldviews will share their perspectives on the meaning and purpose of service and social justice, followed by service projects at the IWU Peace Garden and Home Sweet Home Mission.  For more information, email Multifaith Ambassador Briana Birt at bbirt@iwu.edu or University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger at enelsonw@iwu.edu

 


 

JANUARY 2013

 

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, January 10th, 17th, and 31st at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith. Visit our Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

 

Festival of Spirituals and Song

Thursday, January 24th at 4:00pm at evelyn chapel

Join us for our annual celebration of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as students and faculty fill the Chapel with beautiful and soul-stirring music!  Our Multifaith Ambassadors will also offer excerpts from the writings of King and his interfaith partners for peace and justice. 


A special film screening of the award-winning documentary "Love Free or Die" 

Thursday, January 24th at 6:30pm at evelyn chapel

Co-Sponsored by Evelyn Chapel's Multifaith Ambassadors Program and IWU PRIDE Alliance. 

Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, "Love Free or Die is about a man whose two defining passions the world cannot reconcile: his love for God and for his partner Mark. It is about church and state, love and marriage, faith and identity-and one man's struggle to dispel the notion that God's love has limits."   (Source: Love Free or Die printed publicity materials)

The screening comes to us at a very opportune time: recent political strides being taken on whether or not to legalize gay marriage in Illinois have sparked lively discussions regarding the role of faith in marriage equality.

The screening welcomes people of all religious, social, and political backgrounds!

It will be followed by a panel led by Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion Jared Calaway, University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger and IWU students Bobby Nash Castillo '14 and Aaron Woodstein '15. 

 

FEBRUARY 2013

A "First Wednesday" Chapel 

Naming God: Celebrating African-American Women's Theology

Wednesday, February 6th at 11:00am

Come and hear the voices of Sojourner Truth, Alice Walker, Hagar the Egyptian and others as we reflect on what it means to name God out of our own experiences, traditions, and lives.  In addition to dramatic readings and a scene from "The Color Purple," Dr. Carren Moham and the IWU Gospel Choir will sing and University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger will offer a reflection.

IWU Interfaith kick-off luncheon

Wednesday, February 6th at Noon

IWU Interfaith, a new RSO (Registered Student Organization) on campus, kicks off with a free luncheon and meet in the Evelyn Chapel basement.  IWU Interfaith will explore spirituality and current issues (including Thursday's ReligiosiTEA), with a central intent of encouraging mutual respect between all people of all different walks of life.  IWU Interfaith will make a difference in the Bloomington community and on the IWU campus by volunteering in the community, working for social justice, and participating in the IWU Interfaith Day of Service on April 6th.   For more information contact Multifaith Ambassador Hannah Eby '15 at heby@iwu.edu! 

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, February 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come to Evelyn Chapel for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith. Visit our Facebook Page for weekly programming updates!

Repentance and Renewal: An Ecumenical Ash Wednesday Service

Wednesday, February 13th at 11:00am

University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger, Monsignor Doug Hennessey from Holy Trinity Catholic Church and IWU students will lead this service signaling the beginning of the 40 days of Lent.



 

 


Fall 2012

NOVEMBER 2012

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, NOVEMBER 8th, 15th, and 29th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith.

DECEMBER 2012

A Week of Holiday Celebration

The IWU community is invited to participate in all of these special gatherings.

Light the Night: A Multicultural Celebration of the Season of Light

Sunday, December 2nd at 8:00pm in Evelyn Chapel

A service celebrating the stories, songs, and meaning of Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa followed by the lighting of campus and a reception at Ames Art Building Atrium

Participating in the service: Multifaith Ambassadors, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship leader Chelsea Werries ’13, Hillel member and Multicultural Educator Aaron Woodstein ’15, Black Student Union president Raven Stubbs ’13, silenceinterrupted, the Evelyn Ensemble, the Evelyn Gospel Choir, musicians from D.R.L., Professor of Cello Nina Gordon, and Touch of Class

Advent Lessons and Carols: A “First Wednesday” Chapel

Wednesday, December 5th at 11:00am in Evelyn Chapel

A gathering of readings and music for the season leading to the celebration of Christmas. Join us for a time of singing and reflection on the spiritual disciplines of waiting and hope. 

Evelyn Ensemble and other student musicians will lead the music and Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger will offer the reflection.

Hanukkah Dinner

Wednesday, December 5th at 6:00pm in the Turfler Room

Come and enjoy a free dinner with great food, hosted by IWU’s Hillel! Spin the dreidel and learn about Hanukkah traditions.

Hosted by Hillel

Kwanzaa Dinner

Thursday, December 6th at 6:00pm in the Turfler Room

Enjoy a full dinner and celebration of culture and community!

Hosted by The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and Black Student Union


 

AUGUST 2012

Turning Titan Service of Worship: Spiritual Life 101

Sunday, August 26th at 10:00am

All are welcome for an ecumenical service celebrating the beginning of the school year, featuring music by the Evelyn Ensemble.  University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger will preach.

Spiritual Life Fair

Sunday, August 26th from 2:00pm - 3:00pm

University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger, Registered Student Organizations, and the Multifaith Ambassadors Program host an open house with refreshments, display tables and information for all new IWU students.  

An Introduction to Hindu Gods and Goddesses through Indian Classical Dance

Wednesday, August 29th from 7:00pm - 9:00pm

All are welcome for this free performance featuring Guru Dr. Uma Kallakuri and students of the Nrityamala Dance Academy. 

SEPTEMBER 2012

Exploring Immortality: A "First Wednesday" Chapel

Wednesday, September 5th at 11:00am

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot is IWU's Summer Book Reading Program selection for 2012-2013.  All are welcome for a time of music and readings reflecting the spiritual questions and experiences of Henrietta Lacks and her family.  The Evelyn Ensemble will sing and University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger will speak.

ReligiosiTEA

"...be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves..." 

--Rainer Maria Rilke in Letters to a Young Poet

Thursday, September 6th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith.

Family Weekend Open House

Saturday, September 29th from 10:15am - 12:15pm

Hosted by the Multifaith Ambassadors Program, this Open House will highlight Spiritual and Religious life at Evelyn and on campus, as well as an architectural tour of the award-winning Chapel.

OCTOBER 2012

The Line: Poverty in America -- It's Not What You Think

Tuesday, October 2nd at 7:30pm in Beckman Auditorium at The Ames Library

Join University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger, Multifaith Ambassadors, and students participating in IWU's Alternative Fall Break: Local Edition for a screening of this new 40 minute documentary, followed by discussion about the film and the challenges it presents.  For more information, visit the movie's website at www.thelinemovie.com or contact Elyse at enelsonw@iwu.edu.

Gifts of the Animals: A Native American Celebration with Rev. Carol Lakota Eastin (A "First Wednesday" Chapel)

Wednesday, October 3rd at 11:00am

University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger, the Evelyn Ensemble, and United Methodist pastor Rev. Carol Lakota Eastin lead a gathering of words, music and ritual to celebrate the close kinship ties that Native Americans have with their four-legged, winged, swimming and crawling relatives.

Spirit Fire

Wednesday, October 3rd at 7:00pm on the IWU Quad

Highlighting the knowledge held by Native American fire-keepers, participants will learn the components of a sacred fire, the significance of the seven directions, and how fires are used in Native American ceremonies. A pipe ceremony will conclude the evening.

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, October 4th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith.

Religion Department Colloquium

Monday, October 8th from 4:00-5:00pm in CLA 105.

University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger will present "Syrophoenician Women Speak: Christian Feminist Theology for the 21st Century."

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, October 4th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith.

Illinois Wesleyan University Homecoming Service:  "Faithful Justice"

Sunday, October 14th at 10:00am

In celebration of IWU's human rights and social justice theme, the service is themed "Faithful Justice." Come for a celebration--in word and song--of the meaning of justice in prophetic traditions and Gospel parables. The Collegiate Choir and Co-Choir alumni will lead the music for this service and University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger will preach.

ReligiosiTEA

will not meet on Thursday, October 18th due to the beginning of Alternative Fall Break
Meets again Thursday, October 25th at 4:00pm

Come for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith.

NOVEMBER 2012

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, NOVEMBER 1st at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith.

The Green Rule:  A "First Wednesday" Chapel

Wednesday, November 7th at 11:00am in Evelyn Chapel

University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger, the Evelyn Ensemble, and IWU's own saxophone quartet lead a gathering highlighting common calls for ecological reverence and justice among the world's religious traditions and exploring ways in which caring for the earth has power to build coalitions across faith and non-faith traditions. (With thanks to the art and ideas of the interfaith organization Faith and the Common Good for their "Green Rule" resources!)

ReligiosiTEA

Thursday, NOVEMBER 8th, 15th, and 29th at 4:00pm (meets every Thursday throughout the semester)

Come for late afternoon coffee, cookies, and conversation about the spiritual life and your questions about life and faith.

DECEMBER 2012

A Week of Holiday Celebration

The IWU community is invited to participate in all of these special gatherings.

Light the Night: A Multicultural Celebration of the Season of Light

Sunday, December 2nd at 8:00pm in Evelyn Chapel

A service celebrating the stories, songs, and meaning of Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa followed by the lighting of campus and a reception at Ames Art Building Atrium

Participating in the service: Multifaith Ambassadors, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship leader Chelsea Werries ’13, Hillel member and Multicultural Educator Aaron Woodstein ’15, Black Student Union president Raven Stubbs ’13, silenceinterrupted, the Evelyn Ensemble, the Evelyn Gospel Choir, musicians from D.R.L., Professor of Cello Nina Gordon, and Touch of Class

Advent Lessons and Carols: A “First Wednesday” Chapel

Wednesday, December 5th at 11:00am in Evelyn Chapel

A gathering of readings and music for the season leading to the celebration of Christmas. Join us for a time of singing and reflection on the spiritual disciplines of waiting and hope. 

Evelyn Ensemble and other student musicians will lead the music and Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger will offer the reflection.

Hanukkah Dinner

Wednesday, December 5th at 6:00pm in the Turfler Room

Come and enjoy a free dinner with great food, hosted by IWU’s Hillel! Spin the dreidel and learn about Hanukkah traditions.

Hosted by Hillel

Kwanzaa Dinner

Thursday, December 6th at 6:00pm in the Turfler Room

Enjoy a full dinner and celebration of culture and community!

Hosted by The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and Black Student Union