Free trip to exhibit, 'Race: Are We So Different?' is Friday
For many people, discussions about race often are difficult. It takes personal courage to step out of your comfort zone and engage in civil discourse about social justice issues.
In keeping with the UST core convictions, diversity and the pursuit of truth, Multicultural Student Services announces a series of events focusing on the issues of race and privilege.
Trip to see exhibit at the Science Museum of Minnesota
Join MSS for a free trip to the Science Museum of Minnesota to tour the world premiere exhibit of "Race: Are We So Different?" A bus will leave the arches at 3:30 and return by 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2.
Sign up in the MSS Office, Room 106, Murray-Herrick Campus Center. Read more about the exhibit on the Science Museum of Minnesota Web site.
Discussion, food and live music
After the tour, stop by Scooter’s in the lower level of Murray-Herrick Campus Center for discussion, food and live music from ISIS, a poet and spoken-word and performance artist who will entertain you from 7 to 9 p.m.
Then stay at Scooter's for a dance from 9 p.m. to midnight , where the DJ, Enferno, will spin his magic.
These events are sponsored by MSS, the All College Council, STAR, Globally Minded Student Association and the Office of International Student Services. Check out the Multicultural Student Services Web site.
Questions? Contact MSS, (651) 962-6460.