Monday, Feb. 18 - Rudy Currence (7:30 p.m., ADUC Lobby)
Island Def Jam Recording Artist Rudy Currence is emerging with a brand new sound, look, and feel. A young singer-songwriter, musician, and producer, Currence has written songs for multi-platinum recording artist Mya featured in the blockbuster hit movie “The Bourne Identity” starring Matt Damon and a song titled “Let’s Play House” for national recording artist Ray J. Come and let the smooth vocals of Rudy serenade you. Rudy Currence Video
Tuesday, Feb. 19 - African Americans in a Multicultural America (7 p.m., Rader Hall, room 111)
Dr. Ric Caric, Professor of International and Interdisciplinary Studies, will host a panel discussion on the intersection of black, Hispanic, and gay perspectives. For more information please contact Dr. Ric Caric at 606-783-2144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday March 1 - Friday March 8 - The Clothesline Project (All day, 2nd floor of ADUC)
The Clothesline Project lets each woman who has suffered, or is suffering from an act of violence to tell her story in her own unique way. Using words and/or artwork to anonymously decorate a shirt to voice the violence against them, these shirts will hang high on clotheslines on the 2nd floor of ADUC. Information on shirt decorating will be announced shortly.
Wednesday, March 27 - Anti-Bullying Workshop (7:30 p.m., ADUC Crager Room)
Details to come.
Wednesday, April 3 - JAC Stinger's Gender Queer (6 p.m., Rader 312)
JAC Stinger will discuss issues surrounding gender-queer identity.
Wednesday, April 10 - The Asia Project (7:30 p.m., ADUC Lobby)
Open mic night hosted by Student Programming Board (SPB) featuring the musical poetry duo The Asia Project. The Asia Project Video
Thursday, April 18 - Pool Party (7 - 10 p.m., Recreational and Wellness Center)
Much More to me (MM2M) and the Black Male Initiative (BMI) host a pool party, free to all guests.