|Reading Our Own Truths Succinctly is a multicultural reading circle .The name of this group is indicative of its purpose. Readers are engaged in reading books related to various cultural experiences. Group discussions foster candid and productive open cross-cultural communication.|
|Wind Jah Waist Wednesdays are held every other Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. at Sharky’s Game Room, in the Fisher Student Union. Free island music and foods are served up with positive vibes on the side! This event was started by the Multicultural Center, as a means by which to expose students to Caribbean culture. The Caribbean Students Association (CSA) is an outgrowth of WJW Wednesdays.|
|Culturally Speaking is a television talk show created by Kimberly McLaughlin-Smith of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, and produced by UNCW Media Production. The show airs on local access station TLN. Guests include UNCW students and faculty, as well as community figures involved with various cultural experiences.|
|Tell me a Story! UNCW Faculty and Staff women share life lessons with female students. Come out to hear what could help make a difference in your present or future life. Ask questions that you've wanted to ask older women in a safe and respectful environment. Refreshments will be served.|
Our “Day Pro” Initiative is designed to offer shorter in length programs, within the course of daytime hours. This daytime oriented approach to programming allows students to “happen upon” interesting conversations and exchanges with their peers. This concept also allows programmers the ability to present to an audience that is often times “built-in.” Day Pro events will usually last an hour or less.