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Meet Yvonne Orji, star of HBO’s hit television show Insecure. Yvonne plays the role of Molly, a confident lawyer less on top of things when it comes to her romantic life. Yvonne Orji is a Nigerian-American actress, comedienne and writer who continues to display her versatility and passion with each project she takes on.
Monday, November 13
Luhr Building (Eden Campus)
The event is free for faculty, staff, and students. Tickets are available at the University Center Information desk (314.246.7105) of by clicking the link below. $10 for general public.
Yvonne Orji Tickets
Contact Corey Hawkins for more information (314.246.7596 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
International Festival 2017
One of Webster’s biggest international events, I-Fest is quickly approaching! This year’s international festival is April 21st at 4PM. We’ll need your help again to make it successful! It takes a COMMUNITY. The annual celebration features live music, dance, food, dress, and cultural experiences from around the world.
Know how to play a fun game or lead a craft or activity? Want to have fun and make new friends by working the festival? Everyone has time and talent to share. Join the International Community Festival that honors and celebrates what we each bring to Webster University. Sign up here to volunteer!!
This year, we’re celebrating Together in Community! Don’t miss the MCISA’s spectacular event and a great close to this school year’s events! I-Fest is Friday, April 21 at 4:00 PM in Grant Gym
Join the MCISA as we discuss race relations and social inequality with award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien. Onstage, Soledad ha disestablished herself as one of the most recognized names in broadcast journalism. She draws from her life and career to stimulate thoughtful conversation on the roles we play within our communities and organizations.
Monday, February 20, 2017
Join us as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The celebration will feature dinner, a band, and our very own Gospel Choir. The keynote will be delivered by Bree Newsome, who tore down a confederate flag from a flag pole in South Carolina.
Monday, January 30, 2017
Luhr Building (Eden Seminary Campus)
475 E. Lockwood Ave.
Click here for a FREE ticket or pick up one from the MCISA table in the UC from 11-1 PM January 20-27
Let’s have a little fun before finals come around! Enjoy a couple of hours of jumping fun with other Webster students! $15 will reserve your seat, $10 will be refunded to you! Enjoy and pizza and drinks when we return! Sign up by clicking here!
Thursday, December 1
Meet at MCISA: 5:00 PM
In this fun, creative and interactive program peace activist Ken Nwadike brings his “Free Hugs Project” to engage students in conversations of understanding, and compassion amidst the rising tide of hatred and racism. Ken will interact with students throughout the day, using props, small group discussions, and hugs to transform the campus atmosphere with his loving presence. The event concludes with a keynote address at 5:30 PM that will explore how to overcome the differences that divide us. The goal of this program is to create unity and build community on our campus and remind students that we are all humans in need of love.
Come find Ken during the day on November 15th – he’s got a hug for you if you need one!
Check out The Free Hugs Project on social media!
Sponsored by the Student Activity Fee and hosted by the Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs.
For more details, contact us at 314-246-7658 or email@example.com.
Women of Webster was created by MCISA, in 2014, as a way to honor and celebrate women in the Webster community who’ve made outstanding contributions to students. faculty and staff. Previous nominees have been student leaders who have engaged in policy advocacy, community leaders and change-makers, staff members who have fostered close personal relationships with the student community and brighten everyone’s day, faculty/professorial staff who excel in their field, among others. Nominations can be submitted via by clicking here until October 24, 2016, by anyone in the Webster network. The recipients will be revealed leading up to the ceremony on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 in Sunnen Lounge.
Nominate your favorite Women of Webster today!
No plans for Fall Break? No problem! Kick off the start of a well-deserved break with the MCISA when we go to Chicago from October 15-17. While there, we’ll visit the Art Institute, Millenium Park, Navy Pier, Chicago Film Festival, and the DuSable Museum of African American History. Students will get free time to enjoy Chicago, responsibly! The entire Trip will cost only $75. All registration and payment forms can be found here: https://form.jotform.com/62455419298163
ALL FORMS AND PAYMENT MUST BE SUBMITTED BEFORE BOARDING THE BUS!!!
Contact Corey Hawkins if you have questions (Coreyhawkins90@webster.edu/314.246.7596)
Come out and see YouTube sensation, Todrick Hall. Along with his YouTube success, his docuseries on MTV, “Todrick,” and the release of his third studio album “Straight Outta Oz,”. Todrick will also star in the Broadway musical Kinky Boots!
Monday, October 10, 2016
Wehrli Chapel on the Eden Seminary Campus
Doors Open at 6:30 PM
Click here for ticket information: https://commerce.cashnet.com/webstermulticulturalcenter
Be sure to join us as we welcome Sally Kohn and Tara Setmayer from CNN to discuss this season’s political landscape. The presidential election season has been a polarizing one so take a moment to enjoy a critical analysis of the most important issues in the November election.
Space is limited so get there early!
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Winifred Moore Auditorium
Then join us as we watch the second presidential debate in Sunnen Lounge on Sunday, October 9 @ 8PM