African American students anticipate and prepare for the Multicultural Center’s pre-Kwanzaa event and presentation.
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Chinese students express the desire in unifying the student body
Since Hanukkah takes place over Winter Break, Hillel is holding events early to allow the Jewish community on campus to celebrate together.
Students across campus all have different Thanksgiving experiences, from international students who stay in Athens for the holiday or those from Native American roots.
Dan Gates provides opportunities for low-income youth to play hockey.
Three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee and best-selling author comes to speak to students for International Education Week.
International Student Union hosts their biggest event of the year with food, dance and eclectic cultures.
Omani students express their voice of religious tolerance through art
To cap off Native American Heritage month, the Multicultural Center will host a lecture on mascot names.
Lighting fixture sets plastic trash can on fire Thursday night at Jefferson Hall.
The Athens Conservancy is hosting their second annual Zombie Fun Run and Walk this Saturday at 4 p.m. at Lake Snowden, U.S. 50.
The Nelson Ballroom will play host to Nigerians celebrating their heritage
Latin American Studies lecture brings in National Security Archive director Peter Kornbluh.
Well-known Hinduist scholar reads a take on Hinduism’s historical context.
Raising money for the Ebola campaign comes with global organizations’ efforts to inform students about the disease on campus.
App Unseen helps students who are prone to losing valuables Uptown.
Indo-American friendship day dinner raises money for local elementary schools
The public celebrated Diwali with food, music, and dancing.
Students on campus gathered to compete in a League of Legends bracket tournament.
LGBT and Women’s centers explore literature through Alden’s Mahn Center