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Office of Multicultural Affairs

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is committed to creating an inclusive environment essential for all students’ cultural development and academic success.

We recently relocated to Caroline House. This new location provides ample space for student groups to meet and for students to conduct research in the Center for the Study of Black Culture. If you haven’t had a chance to drop by, please do!

In addition to providing a wealth of resources, our office also oversees several on-campus programs—including the Multicultural Student Overnight Experience, Diversity Café, and SafeSpace. We also work with the following campus clubs: Black Student Union, Cleopatra’s Sisters, EROS, Hillel, and the WC Veterans Association. The office also has oversight of the Hillel House.

 


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    Starting Oct. 16, the Kohl Gallery features African-American artists Jeffrey Kent and Warren Lyons, whose works pay homage to black leaders and pointedly illustrate past and present racism and inequality.
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