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April 27, 2PM, Argyros Forum 304

Cross-Cultural Center

Come to AF 304 at 2:00PM on any of the dates below to discuss social justice and exercise empathy and allyship! These dialogues will be facilitated by a white identified faculty or staff member and will give white community members a space to explore the complexities of their identities and how to use their privilege to advocate for marginalized peoples.


April 27, 8PM, Argyros Forum 204

Cross-Cultural Center

APIDA Heritage Month workshop series will conclude with \\\”then there were NONE screening.  Join us on THURSDAY April 27th from 8PM-9PM  to watch a documentary on personal experiences regarding the colonization of Hawai’i .  Snacks will be provided.


LANGAR

May 1, 7PM, Wallace All Faiths Chapel

Fish Interfaith Center

Langar is a Sikh tradition that serves as a 500 year old anti-segregation movement. Langar features diverse communities coming together to sit and enjoy a simply hearty 
meal. By coming together in this tradition, Langar establishes that all are equal and deserving of the same love and respect. Come experience the Sikh Tradition of Langar and enjoy a Langar style meal. FREE TO CHAPMAN STUDENTS | FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. For more information email us at interfaith@chapman.edu


DISABILITY SUMMIT

May 2, 9AM, Musco Center for the Arts

Thompson Policy Institute

The Thompson Policy Institute hosts an annual DisAbility Summit to present their research that results in policy recommendations to decision makers at the local, state, and eventually national levels. The annual DisAbility Summit will be held on May 2, 2017. We can't wait to see you at our event!


WHAT IS HALAL & KOSHER FOOD

May 2, 7PM, Beckman 404

Hillel, Muslim Student Association 

Halal & Kosher Food will allow students from Hillel, MSA, and the public to get together and learn about halal and kosher foods. 


May 4, 2PM, Argyros Forum 304

Cross-Cultural Center

Come to AF 304 at 2:00PM on any of the dates below to discuss social justice and exercise empathy and allyship! These dialogues will be facilitated by a white identified faculty or staff member and will give white community members a space to explore the complexities of their identities and how to use their privilege to advocate for marginalized peoples.


May 6, 4PM, Hutton Sports Center

Pua’ikeana

Hawai’i Club is excited to welcome you to our 14th annual Lū’au on May 6th at Hutton Sports Center. The doors will open around 4 p.m. followed by a dinner of Hawaiian Food and hula and Tahitian performances. There will be games, prizes, and raffles! Tickets will be sold in the Piazza at $10 for Chapman students, $15 for faculty and staff, and $20 general admission. Children and group rates are available. Please check our Facebook Event for more info! Please contact chapman.puaikeana@gmail.com for any questions or more information.

CROSS-CULTURAL GRADUATION CEREMONIES

The Cross-Cultural Center is honored to celebrate the graduation of the following communities: Lavender (LGBTQ+), Latinx, Disability, Black, Asian Pacific Desi American, and Dreamers (DACA/Undocumented). Graduates from these communities that are interested in participating in these celebrations are asked to fill out the following form. All students, staff, faculty, friends, family, and mentors are welcome to attend these celebrations to cheer on their graduate. The dates and locations of the graduations will be as follows: 

  • First Generation, Friday, May 12th, 7pm, TBD
  • Lavender. May 5, Cross-Cultural Center
  • Latinx, May 6 AF119A
  • Disability, May 7, Cross-Cultural Center 
  • API, May 7, Cross-Cultural Center 
  • Black Grad - May 8, Fish Interfaith Center
  • Dreamers - TBD

If you are interested in being honored during these celebrations please go to https://orgsync.com/26011/forms/240534


BACCALAUREATE SERVICE 

May 19, 4PM, Musco Center for the Arts

Office of the Chapel

It's not your traditional baccalaureate service: it features inspirational messages for all graduates, whether secular, spiritual, or religious. And It is open to all graduates and their families. For more information email interfaith@chapman.edu.


THE HEARTBEAT OF MEXICO

May 28, 1PM: Free Events; 6PM: Concert, Musco Center for the Arts

Musco Center World CAFE

It’s fiesta time once again on the Aitken Arts Plaza! Following the huge success of last year’s Heartbeat of Mexico festival and concert, Musco World CAFE presents the 2017 edition by popular demand! Enjoy free performances by many of Southern California’s top Mexican and Mexican-American performing groups, plus culture and arts booths, delicious food on sale and much more.

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