Each year, the Multicultural Student Development Office puts on a number of different signature events, designed to raise awareness as well as build community at Calvin. Browse the links below to learn more about each event, and be sure to look for ways to get involved!
IMPACT is an exciting and enriching experience for incoming AHANA students will help them to learn Calvin from the inside out and embrace the challenge to create a positive IMPACT on their school and community. We promise you’ll have a great time, too, as you learn, laugh and begin to forge invaluable bonds with your classmates!
UnLearn week, a week of anti-racism programs designed to challenge the many generalizations, stereotypes and assumptions that maintain racism in our society.
Annual event where students showcase their poetic and musical talents. An evening of great artistic exploration including spoken word, music, and visual art. Several Calvin students and local artists participate in this event. Poetry Jam takes place once a semester in the Cave Café/Fish House. If you are interested in participating in the Poetry Jam please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
An exploration of cultural food, dress, and popular pass times, each dorm will represent a different world region. Students are given a passport and encouraged to document their travels with a stamp received at each dorm. International Treasure in November.
Fellowship events of community, education and celebration. This is a time for student to gather in fellowship, celebrate accomplishments, and learn about campus events.
Student led and planned events. Events include Native American Heritage Month, Martin Luther King Day, Black History Month, and Women's History Month.