• Oct 29: Queers and Coffee
    Come engage in an intentional discussion led by SOGIE peer educators and volunteers! It is a space to connect and take a break from classes. Coffee not required!
  • Oct 31: JMUke Drive-In Ukulele Jams
    Join us for our in-car ukulele jams in the Warsaw parking deck behind the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. We'll give you a wireless microphone, and you'll use your AM/FM radio to connect to the facilitator and to the other participants, so it will be just like a live jam! If you have your own ukulele, you should bring it. If not, we have ukes you can play, and you're welcome to bring another instrument or just you and your beautiful voice! This event will be livestreamed on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/JMUke.muexd) for anyone who can't make it in person! We have a limited number of ukuleles, so please sign up here: https://jmuke.questionpro.com/. See you there!
  • Nov 2: Homecoming | Chat & Chew: University Updates with the leaders for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    Join members of the student body, Office of Access and Inclusion, Campus History committee and the Task Force on Racial Equity for a university update. Registration required. Register here.
  • Nov 4: Homecoming | B(l)ack in the Days
    Presented by members of the JMU Black Alumni Chapter this panel will showcase the Madison experience through the viewpoints of African-American alumni who graduated from the '70s through today. Their stories will illustrate how JMU excels and can improve on promoting a culture of inclusion for the African-American student through equity and opportunity for years to come. The session will conclude with a question-and-answer segment. For more information, or to register, click here.
  • Nov 5: Homecoming | Learn with the Lavenders
    Join the Lavender Alumni Chapter to learn more about the current student experience with sexual orientation, gender identity and expression at JMU. Sponsored by SOGIE, this event will discuss JMU programming that works towards JMU’s commitment to diversity through education, support, advocacy and the fostering of equity for all students, inclusive of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions. All are welcome to this event who are interested in understanding more about the current student experience. For more information and to register, click here.
  • Nov 6: Furious Flower Facebook Live Reading Series: Cedric Tillman
    Furious Flower is pleased to present a spectacular lineup of poets as a part of our Furious Flower Facebook Live Reading Series, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Events will stream live on our Facebook page, and will also be uploaded to our YouTube channel, the following week. This week we are featuring poet Cedric Tillman Join us on Facebook at 2 pm.
  • Nov 6: Homecoming | Back to Class: Faculty Talk Session One
    Head back to class with a presentation from some of your favorite faculty members from the History department. Session one will explore "Eating Asian: Chinese Takeout, Sushi, and Asian American Food in the US" and "'Mad Men' and Adwomen: Forgotten Histories of Women's Work in the Twentieth-Century US Advertising". Come prepared to ask questions following the research talks. Register here.
  • Nov 7: Homecoming | Back to Class: Faculty Talk Session Two
    Head back to class with a presentation from some of your favorite faculty members from the History department. Session two explores "Magic, Mudbloods, and the Nazis in Harry Potter's Wizard World" and "Dracula: Legendary Impaler, Ottoman Captive". Come prepared to ask questions following the research talks. Register here.
  • Nov 7: JMUke Drive-In Ukulele Jams
    Join us for our in-car ukulele jams in the Warsaw parking deck behind the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. We'll give you a wireless microphone, and you'll use your AM/FM radio to connect to the facilitator and to the other participants, so it will be just like a live jam! If you have your own ukulele, you should bring it. If not, we have ukes you can play, and you're welcome to bring another instrument or just you and your beautiful voice! This event will be livestreamed on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/JMUke.muexd) for anyone who can't make it in person! We have a limited number of ukuleles, so please sign up here: https://jmuke.questionpro.com/. See you there!
  • Nov 11: Navigating Mental Health Through COVID
    Rae is a JMU Alum who has found success in New York where they founded a mental health center for the LGBTQ+ community: Pride Healing Center. They are returning to JMU and facilitating a discussion and resource guide about navigating your mental health through COVID. This event is open to all!
  • Nov 17: Trans day of Remembrance
    All are welcome to attend this event dedicated to remembering and celebrating the lives of all transgender individuals lost due to violence, oppression, and stigma. We will be holding a ceremony and community time spaces. Hope to see you there!
  • Nov 19: Queers and Coffee
    Come engage in an intentional discussion led by SOGIE peer educators and volunteers! It is a space to connect and take a break from classes. Coffee not required!
  • Nov 20: Furious Flower Facebook Live Reading Series: Rachel Eliza Griffiths
    Furious Flower is pleased to present a spectacular lineup of poets as a part of our Furious Flower Facebook Live Reading Series, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Events will stream live on our Facebook page, and will also be uploaded to our YouTube channel, the following week. This week we are featuring poet Rachel Eliza Griffiths Join us on Facebook at 2 pm.
  • Jan 25: DEEP Table Talks
  • Jan 30: JMU VSA's 2nd Annual Charity Ball
  • Feb 6: Madison Equality Charity Ball
  • Feb 8: DEEP Table Talks
  • Feb 20: Student Diversity Summit
  • Feb 22: Muslim Student Association Black Lives Matter Fundraiser
  • Feb 22: Muslim Student Association Black Lives Matter Fundraiser
  • Mar 15: DEEP Table Talks
  • Mar 17: Annual Diversity Conference
  • Mar 20: International Student Leadership Conference
  • Mar 23: DEEP Impact Guest Speaker
  • Mar 27: VSA Culture Show
  • Apr 3: Filipino Americans at Madison Culture Show
  • Apr 3: Celebración Latina
  • Apr 6: DEEP Impact Guest Speaker
  • Apr 10: Taste of Africa
  • Apr 15: Furious Flower 2021 Poetry Prize Reading
  • Apr 16: Esteem Models Spring Show
  • Apr 20: Multicultural Student Leadership Awards Banquet
  • Apr 24: Muslim Student Association Alumni Event
  • Apr 27: Donning of the Kente

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