Tag Archives: Intercultural Center for Peace
The Grand Entry begins with wafting smoke from burning sage swirling around a dancer wearing his regalia. The smoke purifies, cleanses and aligns her energies as the dance begins. This is the commencement of a Pow Wow. However, since UNF did not have the three days or even a week it takes for a true [...]
Through means of dances, songs and instruments, the Road to Asia event Thursday showcased the culture of Asia.
The event featured approximately 10 performances derived from Korean, Filipino, Indian, Afghanistan, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese tradition and culture.
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, the UNF Women’s Center, Intercultural Center for PEACE, and Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. hosted a discussion led by several Hispanic women in leadership roles at UNF to discuss how their cultures affect their lives. The Hispanic Women of Influence panel took place September 27 at noon in [...]
Art and war: The Lufrano Intercultural Gallery hopes to teach Ospreys and the Jacksonville community through the expression of art. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday.
By: Justin Chandler Porter, Contributing Writer Duval County Court Judge Angela M. Cox will be speaking at UNF’s Student Union Ballroom March 7. Cox was appointed in 2005 by Governor Jeb Bush and is the youngest person ever elected to the bench. Cox’s talking points are to include: developing the confident leader, becoming a [...]
Unveiling ceremony attracted students and a diverse crowd that included the statue artist.
The nonprofit faith organization brings interfaith programs to the university.
Budget to be passed to the senate Feb. 13.
The African American Student Union becomes a part of Student Affairs instead of Student Government.