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 November 2012


  Nov. 29         MOSAIC Center Film Series: Two Spirits
 

 

Watch The Bravest Choice Is To Be Yourself on PBS. See more from Independent Lens.

Co-sponsored by: The LGBT Center

 

Nov. 15          Mitsitam: A Native American Banquet Experience

Co-sponsored by: The Department of History & The Office of Diversity & Equity

Special Guest: Terri Delahanty, American Indian (Cree Tribe) & Local Community Leader
 
 

Nov. 13          Film showing: Dogma; Philosophy Club meeting with post-film discussion on the religion and the complexities of dogma

All are welcome

Hosted by: The Mosaic Center           Sponsored by: The Philosophy Club

 

Nov. 12        B.Y.O.T.- Bring Your Own Tea: Come visit the Mosaic Center for Tea and

                      stimulating discussion; Tea Time in the Evening
 
 

Nov. 5 - 30   Eastern Woodland American Indian Artifacts;

                      On loan from the Department of Anthropology- Located in the display case near

                      the Student Center Info desk.
 

Nov. 5 - 15     American Indian Art Traveling Exhibit;

                      On loan from Teachers Discovery, Auburn Hills, MI
 Native American Map

 

Nov. 2: Día de los Muertos: Day of the Dead Celebration

 

 

 October 2012

 

Oct. 29        MOSAIC Center Film Series: Planet of Snail  6:30 - 8:30 PM (Canceled due to weather)

 Oct. 25             MOSAIC Center Film Series: Planet of Snail  6 - 8:00 PM
 

 

Planet of Snail (Trailer) from Cinema Guild on Vimeo.

 

Oct. 24         Students in Higher Education Dialogue

 Wednesday, October 24, in Founder’s Hall within the Davidson Hall building;  5 - 7:00 PM

   

Sponsored by Latino America Unida, Lambda Alpha Upsilon Fraternity, Inc. (The Mosaic Center will participate as a guest at this event)

 

Oct. 22         Tea in the Evening: Come visit the Mosaic Center for Tea and

                     stimulating discussion

 
 

Oct. 19        Web streaming of his Holiness the Dalai Lama's presentation at WCSU

                     Torp Theatre  

The event will begin at 9:30am with Professors Joan Nicoll -Senft and Sally Drew from the School of Education and Professional Studies giving introductory remarks.

Event is free and open to CCSU faculty, staff, and students.

 

Oct. 15         Tea in the Evening: Come visit the Mosaic Center for Tea and

                     stimulating discussion

 

 

 Oct. 9         National Coming OUT Day Book Talk:

                      Andy Squared- A New Young Adult Novel about Coming out & Coming of Age;

                      Written by CCSU Alumna, Jennifer Lavoie ‘08.

 


Co-sponsored by: The LGBT Center & The Office of Alumni Affairs

 

Oct. 4                  Fendika: Ethiopian Azmari Musicians & Dance Troupe

  

Co-sponsored by the: International & Area Studies Program, Center for Africana Studies, and Anthropology Club

 

Oct. 1-12     Traveling Exhibits: Self Advocacy: A History of People

                       Speaking Up for Themselves & In the Game: Sports and Disability;

                       On loan from the Museum of disAbility History, Amherst, NY


 September 2012
 Mosaic Center Film Series: “No Turning Back” by Jesus Nebot Wednesday, September 26, 2012 13:00 – 15:00; Thursday, September 27, 2012 17:00-19:00; 19:00-21:00
 

 Livestreaming of Aung Sung Suu Kyi, “Burma/Myanmar in Transition: A Discussion,” from AsiaSociety.org/Live - September 18: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Asia Society Blog: Aung San Suu Kyi Voices Support for Further Easing of US Sanctions

 
           

 


 


 

 


 


 


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