Integrations Curriculum

Co-Curricular Events available

Race/Ethnicity Co-Curricular Events

(the following are events taking place that you might use for your class - if you have events you'd like added here, please email Laura)

It's a Bahamian Thing
November 7
5:00-8:00pm in Brother Willie's Pub (SJU)

Join History professor and moderator Dr. Brittany Merritt Nash in Brother Willie's Pub for a roundtable discussion to uncover the 102-year relationship between CSB+SJU and the Bahamas from the perspective of current Bahamian students. The event will be 5-8PM, food and refreshments provided. This is a collaboration between the CSB+SJU History DepartmentArchipelago Student Association,  International Student Services, and The Eugene J. McCarthy Center for Public Policy and Civic Engagement.

*IC designation for this event: Race/Ethnicity

Diane Wilson: Writer in Residence from November 7th-8th

Tuesday, 11/8: Public Reading and Conversation with the author at 7pm in Upper Gorecki

*IC designations for this event: ARTE and Race/Ethnicity

*Wilson's visit is in partnership with the Multi-Cultural Center's week-long Festival of Cultures

Wilson's books include Beloved Child: A Dakota Way of Life (2011) and the memoir, Spirit Car: Journey to a Dakota Past (2006).  Her essays have appeared in many anthologies, including: Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations (2021); We Are Meant to Rise (2021); and A Good Time for the Truth (2016). Wilson is the former Executive Director for the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance and also a Mdewakanton descendent, enrolled on the Rosebud Reservation.

Beyond Borders
November 9
5:00pm in the Multicultural Center at St Ben's

Learn the immigration stories of the CSB+SJU community during a panel discussion in the Multicultural Center starting at 5PM. The panel will be moderated by Joint Student Muslim Association President, Aisha Sadik ’23.

*IC designation for this event: Race/Ethnicity

Latino/Latin American Studies Fall 20222 Series: Bobby Marines presents: Cotton Pickers
November 10
7:00pm in the Multicultural Center at St Ben's

A native of Robstown, Texas, Bobby Marines is a Minnesota-based artist whose interdisciplinary practice considers the influence of socioeconomics, race, and the criminal justice system on Chicano(x) identity. Using the name of his hometown's mascot, the Robstown CottonPickers, as his point of departure, Bobby will explore intersections of labor and community and how they play roles in identity and creative practice. The event will take place in the Multicultural Center starting at 5PM. More information about the Latino/Latin American Studies for Fall 2022 can be found here:

*IC designation for this event: Race/Ethnicity

Fine Arts Series: Tiempo Libre
November 11
7:30pm in the Stephen B. Humphrey Theater at St John's

 “When you talk about the group, you find yourself moving your hips” – Richmond Times Dispatch. Three-time Grammy® nominees Tiempo Libre are on a mission to share their Afro-Caribbean heritage with as wide an audience as possible. Listen, learn, and feel the timba sway of their exhilarating mix of jazz harmonies, contemporary sonorities, and seductive Latin rhythms. The seven members of Tiempo Libre grew up together – studying at La ENA, Havana, Cuba’s rigorous music conservatory by day, while climbing on rooftops with makeshift antennas to catch the sounds of Miami by night. For them, music isn’t just a way of life, it’s a way of experiencing living. The performance will take place at Stephen B. Humphrey Theater, SJU at 7:30PM. Student Activites will provide the first 100 Saint Ben's and Saint John's students free tickets. More information to come. 

*IC designation for this event: Race/Ethnicity, ARTE

Festival of Cultures: 25th Annual Student Showcase
November 12
6:00pm in the Gorecki Family Theater at St Ben's

The annual student showcase celebrates and recognizes the diversity through student performances and a cultural fashion show. The event will be streamed live. The Student Showcase will be Saturday, November 12th in CSB's Gorecki Family Theatre starting at 6PM. Students are encouraged to perform dance routines, spoken word poetry, sing their hearts, and showcase their talents during the 25th Annual Student Showcase. All students with traditional or culturally significant clothing from their country or heritage are invited to volunteer as models for the Fashion Show portion of the FOC Student Showcase. This event is made possibly by Fine Arts Programming, CSB Events, and Student Activities

*IC designation for this event: Race/Ethnicity

Am I Not a Student? A Behind the Brick Wall Series
A Panel discussion with Black Students about their experiences with Tokenism at a Predominantly White Institution.
November 14
7:00-9:00pm in Upper Gorecki


Andrenique Rolle, CSB Senate President.
Durran Thompson, SJU Senate President.
Elijah Browne, Johnnie Bennie Media Manager.
Dee Statum, Black Student Union President.
D’Havian Scott, Residential Director.
Christianna Wallace, Afro-Stem President.

*IC designations for this event: Race/Ethnicity

Gender Co-Curricular Events

(the following are events taking place that you might use for your class - if you have events you'd like added here, please email Laura)