• Walk-in consultations: Themester proposals Q&A for student leaders
    February 22 10:00am
    Student groups are invited to be a part of Themester 2019’s calendar of events. Grants from $50 to $1,500 are available.  Programs must be open to the public and engage undergraduates on the theme of  "Remembering and Forgetting."  Examples of topics  include commemoration and memorialization, memory-related i more »
  • Walk-in Consultations: Themester programming Q&A for student leaders
    February 22 2:30pm
    Student groups are invited to be a part of Themester 2019’s calendar of events. Grants from $50 to $1,500 are available.  Programs must be open to the public and engage undergraduates on the theme of  "Remembering and Forgetting."  Examples of topics  include commemoration and memorialization, memory-related i more »
  • Alumnus Coffee Hour with Michael Anthony
    February 22 3:30pm
    Find out what you can do with a degree in French or Italian. Come join us for coffee with Executive Chef Michael Anthony from the Gramercy Tavern in New York City. View Flyer: http://frit.indiana.edu/docs/misc/2019-anthony.pdf more »
  • Fridate Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)
    February 22 4:00pm
    Come join us to get to know people in APAMSA, the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association. We will have catering and fun Chinese New Year activities! more »
  • Cinéma Sans Frontières: "Moi, un Noir"
    February 22 7:00pm
    Facebook event page 1958, Directed by Jean Rouch not rated "Moi, un Noir" depicts young Nigerien immigrants who left their country to find work in the Ivory Coast, in the Treichville quarter of Abidjan, the capital. These immigrants live in squalor in Treichville, envious of the bordering quarters of The Plateau (the busines more »
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