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Unity Calendar of Events

The Unity calendar provides a month-by-month overview of meetings and events sponsored by the Unity organizations. Please contact the sponsoring organization for more information.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

VSA Fall Kickoff (VSA)
7 p.m. Mwangi Cultural Center
This event will be to get to know the members of VSA! There will be fun icebreaker games and cooking tasty Vietnamese dishes. Everyone is welcomed.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Chinese Moon Festival Celebration (CISCO)
6:30 p.m. Campus Center 208 (Carroll Room)
This event is sponsored by the dean of the coolege, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, and CISCO. It is the annual celebration of the Chinese Moon Festival. The celebration will feature delicious moon cakes, great performances, playing games, learning about the culture and traditions surrounding the festival.

Friday, September 26, 2014

UNITY Organizations' Fall Festival
6-8 p.m. Davis Ballroom
All are welcome to join ten of the Unity Organizations for a night of free food, music, and lots of fun! Come to meet all the Unity Organizations and learn what we are all about!

Participating Unity Organizations include Asian Students' Association (ASA), Black Students' Alliance (BSA), Chinese Inter-Regional Student Cultural Org (CISCO), South Asian Student Association of Smith (EKTA) International Students' Organization (ISO), Korean American Students of Smith (KASS), Multiethnic Interracial Smith College (MISC), Nosotr@s, Smith African and Caribbean Students' Association (SACSA), and Vietnamese Students' Association (VSA).

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Reactivation Interest Reception (ISSA)
4:30 - 5:30 p.m., Campus Center 102
Come and learn about ISSA, our past work on campus to raise awareness of Native American and indigeous issues, options for indigeonous studies within the Five College area, and how you can keep it going for future Smithies! ISSA is commited to education the Smith community about social, economic and cultural issues affecting Native American populations of the United States. Please join us, ISSA needs you! View the poster for this event here.