Global Events and Newsletter

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August 2019

Tuesday, August 27

  • Bronco Bash—3 to 7 p.m. in the Sangren Hall, hosted by Western Michigan University. Bronco Bash is WMU’s annual welcome back festival which assists students in transitioning to campus life each fall. Free.

Thursday, August 29

  • Thursday Market—2 to 6 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Farmers Market, 1204 Bank St., Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Farmers Market. Thursdays will feature up to twenty vendors each week, selling local fruits, veggies, plants and flowers, meats and eggs, syrups and honey, baked goods and more. Open to public.
  • Unreeled: films by Andrew Francisco—6:30 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 314 S Park St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. The Kalamazoo filmmaker Andrew Francisco will screen and discuss Old Henry's Bones, which explores the legend of an ancestor who lived to 134 years, and also premiere his second installment of Fallow Land Bears Sweet Fruit, about China's first intentional community. Ticket required.
  • August Chef's Table- an organic local experience—6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Zazios restaurant, 100 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, hosted by Downtown Kalamazoo.  Chef’s Table offers an interactive multi-course dinner and optional beverage pairings for up to 36 people. Reservations required.

Friday, August 30

  • "Moments of Peace" artist demonstration—11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Water colors by Sunghyun Moon features large-scale watercolors painted in the style of mid-20th century. Admission $5 for non-members, $2 for students, free for KIA members and children under 12.

 September 2019

Wednesday, September 4

  • Introduction to cultural humanity—9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at the Kalamazoo Public Library, 315 S Rose St., Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Public Library. This workshop is interactive and designed for folx who want to expand their perspectives and maybe even pop their bubble about different cultures. Free; registration required.
  • "The Politics of Denial: Germany's International Responsibility and the Silencing of Mass Atrocities" lecture—3:30 p.m. in the Brown & Gold room, Bernhard Center, hosted by Center for the Study of Ethics in the Society, the Department of Political Science and the Haenicke Institute for Global Education.  The lecture will be delivered by Bernhard Stahl, professor of international politics from University of Passau (Germany). Free.

Thursday, September 5

  • Thursday Market—2 to 6 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Farmers Market, 1204 Bank St., Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Farmers Market. Thursdays will feature up to twenty vendors each week, selling local fruits, veggies, plants and flowers, meats and eggs, syrups and honey, baked goods and more. Open to public.

Friday, September 6

  • "Moments of Peace" artist demonstration—11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Water colors by Sunghyun Moon features large-scale watercolors painted in the style of mid-20th century. Admission $5 for non-members, $2 for students, free for KIA members and children under 12.
  • Global and International Studies Program Fall Welcome: Featuring Indian Chai—3 to 4:30 p.m. in 2041 Moore Hall (GIST Conference Room), hosted by the Global and International Studies Program. The "welcome back" event will feature the tea culture and traditions of India, including serving Indian chai (tea) and a traditional snack. Free. 
  • Art Hop—5 to 8 p.m. in Downtown Kalamazoo, hosted by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo. An evening of art exhibits and events held on the first Friday of every month that’s fun, interactive, and a great way to explore our downtown. Free and open to the public.

Saturday, September 7

  • Fall Fab Fest—4 to 7 p.m. at the Office of LBGT Student Services, hosted by WMU Office of LBGT Student Services. oin the Office of LBGT Student Services to welcome LGBT students and their allies to Western's campus! There will be on campus tours and free food. Free.
  • Lansing Regional Sister Cities 25th Anniversary: "A Celebration of Global Diversity"—6 to 11 p.m. at the Lansing Center, 333 East Michigan Ave., Lansing, hosted by the Lansing Regional Sister Cities Commission. The event will feature cultural music, food, artifacts, a global fashion show and authentic entertainment from Lansing's sister cities around the globe. Registration required; tickets start at $50. 
  • Kalamazoo Astronomical Society Public Observing session—8 to 11 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 7000 N Westnedge Ave, Kalamazoo, hosted by the Kalamazoo Astronomical Society (KAS). Highlights of the night include our nearest celestial neighbor, the Moon, and the two heavyweights of the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn. Free.

Sunday, September 8

  • Art & fine craft show—10 a.m. at the Ugly Dog's Farm, 5185 N Washburn Rd, Davison, hosted by Ugly Dog's Farm. New and returning artists will show off their work. Nothing mass produced will be on display. Free and open to public.

Monday, September 9

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.
  • Multicultural meet and greet—6 to 8:30 p.m. in the Berhnard Center second floor, hosted by the College of Education and Human Development. The Multicultural Meet and Greet is an orientation that encourages sense of belonging for students of color at WMU and in the greater Kalamazoo community.  The event includes faculty panel, culturally inclusive food, dancing and prizes. Free.

Tuesday, September 10

  • ARTbreak Talk: Spiral, Up & Out—noon at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. In 1963, the arts alliance Spiral in New York City was formed by artists Romare Bearden, Hale Woodruff, Norman Lewis, and Charles Alston to investigate their attitudes and commitments during the nationwide fight for civil rights. More artists join them to evolve the group. Join to learn about their story. Free. 
  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, September 11

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Thursday, September 12

  • Thursday Market—2 to 6 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Farmers Market, 1204 Bank St., Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Farmers Market. Thursdays will feature up to twenty vendors each week, selling local fruits, veggies, plants and flowers, meats and eggs, syrups and honey, baked goods and more. Open to public.

Friday, September 13

  • "Moments of Peace" artist demonstration—11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Water colors by Sunghyun Moon features large-scale watercolors painted in the style of mid-20th century. Admission $5 for non-members, $2 for students, free for KIA members and children under 12.

Saturday, September 14

Monday, September 16

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, September 17

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, September 18

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.
  • "To Describe a Life" book discussion—2 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Historical, critical, and personal, the author examines the use of art (and love) as a resource amid the wave of shootings by U.S. police of black women and men. Free.
  • Tara meditation—6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The People's church, 1758 N. 10th St., Kalamazoo, room 9,  hosted by Jewel Heart. Tara is the beloved female version of Buddha, famed for quickening compassion, healing and success for practitioners and their loved ones. Free.

Thursday, September 19

  • Global Hop: "Europa"—4 to 6 p.m. in the Global Kitchen and Lounge (Hadley Hall), hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education. The third Thursday of each month, the Global Hop brings students, staff, faculty and community together to talk about the world and their experiences in it. Free, food provided. 
  • Night Market—5 to 10 p.m. at the Farmers Market, 1204 Bank St, Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Farmers Market and Can-Do Kitchen. Join with your family and friends to buy local fruits, veggies, beer, and wine. Free.
  • Visiting artist lecture—5:30 p.m. in the Richmond Center for Visual Arts room 2008, hosted by WMU School of Art. The artist Motoko Furuhashi from Tokyo, whose works are inspired by her experiences traveling around the world, will be lecturing. Free.

Friday, September 20

Saturday, September 21

  • Latvian cooking class—2:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Latvian Association, 100 Cherryhill St., Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Latvian Association. Attendees should RSVP for the cooking class. Free.

Monday, September 23

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, September 24

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, September 25

  • Study Abroad Fair—11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Sangren Hall, hosted by the WMU Study Abroad. WMU Study Abroad Fair attendees get the chance to speak with WMU students who have studied and interned abroad, as well as with WMU professors who coordinate programs and courses around the globe. Free. 
  • "The Changing Identity of Latinos in the U.S. Today" lecture—4 to 5:30 p.m. in 2028 Brown Hall, hosted by the Global and International Studies Program and the Institute for Intercultural and Anthropological Studies. The lecture will be given by Dr. Mark Hugo Lopez, director of the Pew Research Center's Global Migration and Demography section. 

Thursday, September 26

  • Thursday Market—2 to 6 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Farmers Market, 1204 Bank St., Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Farmers Market. Thursdays will feature up to twenty vendors each week, selling local fruits, veggies, plants and flowers, meats and eggs, syrups and honey, baked goods and more. Open to public.

Friday, September 27

  • Asian Forum—9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Western Michigan University, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education. The Asian Forum provides an opportunity for scholars at WMU and in the West Michigan are who work on Asia to share their research and learn about ways in which to network with other faculty. Registration required.

Monday, September 30

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

OCTOBER 2019

Tuesday, October 1

  • ARTbreak talk: Reflections on Black Refractions—noon at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Join the newest members of the KIA, Chief Curator Rehema Barberand Registrar Amy Passiak, for an overview and Q&A about Black Refractions. Free.
  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, October 2

Friday, October 4

  • Ethics Lecture Series—3:30 p.m. in the 2008 Richmond Center for Visual Arts, hosted by the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in the Society. “Open Casket: Rethinking the Legacy of Emmett Till as an Invitation into Collective Loss” lecture will be given by Ashley Atkins, professor of philosophy at WMU. Free.

Saturday, October 5

  • "Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem" exhibition—11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. The exhibition features a diverse array of works created by artists of African descent from the 1920s to present. Free.
  • China Festival—noon to 5 p.m. at the WMU Student Recreation Center, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education. The festival offers a celebration of Chinese and East Asian cultures. Free.
  • Kalamazoo Astronomical Society Public Observing session—7 to 11 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 7000 N Westnedge Ave, Kalamazoo, hosted by the Kalamazoo Astronomical Society (KAS). Highlights of the night include our nearest celestial neighbor, the Moon, and the two heavyweights of the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn. Free.

Sunday, October 6

Monday, October 7

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, October 8

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, October 9

  • Annual Michigan Autism Conference 2019—9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Radisson Plaza Hotel, 100 W Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, hosted by Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research. The mission of the Michigan Autism Conference is to disseminate information and training on scientifically-validated, behaviorally-based treatments to parents, caregivers, and professionals who work with and care for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Registration required.

Thursday, October 10

  • Annual Michigan Autism Conference 2019—8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Radisson Plaza Hotel, 100 W Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, hosted by Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research. The mission of the Michigan Autism Conference is to disseminate information and training on scientifically-validated, behaviorally-based treatments to parents, caregivers, and professionals who work with and care for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Registration required.
  • Ethics Lecture Series—3:30 p.m. in the Kirsch Auditorium, Fetzer Center, hosted by the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in the Society. "The Saudi Crisis in the Contemporary Middle East" lecture will be given by  Juan Cole, professor of history from University of Michigan. Free.
  • Night Market—5 to 10 p.m. at the Farmers Market, 1204 Bank St, Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Farmers Market and Can-Do Kitchen. Join with your family and friends to buy local fruits, veggies, beer, and wine. Free.
  • Unreeled: Film at KIA—6:30 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Tirrea Billings, WMU graduate student and filmmaker will be there for the film screening and the discussion. Free.

Friday, October 11

  • Annual Michigan Autism Conference 2019—8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Radisson Plaza Hotel, 100 W Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, hosted by Great Lakes Center for Autism Treatment and Research. The mission of the Michigan Autism Conference is to disseminate information and training on scientifically-validated, behaviorally-based treatments to parents, caregivers, and professionals who work with and care for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Registration required.
  • "Resilience: African American Artists As Agents of Change" exhibition—11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. The exhibition features more than 60 paintings, photographs, works on paper, and sculpture from KIA collection. Free.
  • Global and International Studies Alumna Meet and Greet: Kathleen Fish—2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in 2041 Moore Hall, hosted by the Global and International Studies Program. This open house event gives students the chance to meet and ask questions of WMU alumna Kathleen Fish, a senior associate with Brown Immigration LLC (immigration law firm). Free.

Saturday, October 12

Sunday, October 13

Tuesday, October 15

  • ARTbreak Talk: Black Americana—noon at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Tanisha Pyron, featured in Where We Stand: Black Artists in Southwest Michigan, will speak about her mixed media piece that explores black womanhood on a black woman's terms. Free.
  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, October 16

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.
  • Tara meditation—6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The People's church, 1758 N. 10th St., Kalamazoo, room 9,  hosted by Jewel Heart.Tara is the beloved female version of Buddha, famed for quickening compassion, healing and success for practitioners and their loved ones. This ongoing practices are holding in the third Wednesday of each month from February 20 to December 19. Free.

Thursday, October 17

  • Global Hop: "Americana"—4 to 6 p.m. in the Global Kitchen and Lounge (Hadley Hall), hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education. The third Thursday of each month, the Global Hop brings students, staff, faculty and community together to talk about the world and their experiences in it. Free, food provided. 

Friday, October 18

  • "Resilience: African American Artists As Agents of Change" exhibition—11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. The exhibition features more than 60 paintings, photographs, works on paper, and sculpture from KIA collection. Free.
  • Latvian cooking class—6:30 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Latvian Association, 100 Cherryhill St., Kalamazoo, hosted by Kalamazoo Latvian Association. Attendees should RSVP for the cooking class. Free.

Saturday, October 19

  • Kalamazoo Astronomical Society Public Observing session—7 to 10 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 7000 N Westnedge Ave, Kalamazoo, hosted by the Kalamazoo Astronomical Society (KAS). Highlights of the night include the distant Ice Giants, Uranus and Neptune, and the Galaxies of Autumn (including the Andromeda Galaxy, M31). Free.

Monday, October 21

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.
  • Graduate and professional school fair—3 to 6 p.m. in the Bernhard Center East Ballroom, hosted by the Graduate College. The fair provides opportunities to explore options for advanced studies. Graduate and professional schools in Michigan and throughout the United States will participate in the fair. Free.

Tuesday, October 22

  • ARTbreak talk—noon at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. Tammy Barnes, assistant director of Material Culture at Kalamazoo Valley Museum will discuss the exhibition by Murphy Darden, a man who has preserved the rich history of African Americans. Free.
  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, October 23

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Saturday, October 26

Sunday, October 27

Monday, October 28

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, October 29

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, October 30

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

November 2019

Monday, November 4

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, November 5

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, November 6

  • Ethics Lecture Series—6 p.m. in the Brown & Gold Room, Berhnard Center, hosted by the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in the Society.“Populism, Social Media and Democratic Participation” lecture will be delivered by Anna Popkova, WMU professor of communication and Taylor Koopman, master's student in the school of communication. Free.

Friday, November 8

Saturday, November 9

Sunday, November 10

Monday, November 11

  • International Education Week—Nov. 11 to 17, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education and the U.S. Department of State. Join for a full week of programming that celebrates international education. Free. 
  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, November 12

  • International Education Week—Nov. 11 to 17, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education and the U.S. Department of State. Join for a full week of programming that celebrates international education. Free. 
  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, November 13

  • International Education Week—Nov. 11 to 17, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education and the U.S. Department of State. Join for a full week of programming that celebrates international education. Free.

Thursday, November 14

  • International Education Week—Nov. 11 to 17, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education and the U.S. Department of State. Join for a full week of programming that celebrates international education. Free.

Friday, November 15

  • International Education Week—Nov. 11 to 17, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education and the U.S. Department of State. Join for a full week of programming that celebrates international education. Free.

Saturday, November 16

  • International Education Week—Nov. 11 to 17, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education and the U.S. Department of State. Join for a full week of programming that celebrates international education. Free.

Sunday, November 17

  • International Education Week—Nov. 11 to 17, hosted by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education and the U.S. Department of State. Join for a full week of programming that celebrates international education. Free.

Monday, November 18

  • CELCIS conversation circle1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, November 19

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, November 20

  • "Resilience: African American Artists As Agents of Change" exhibition—11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA), 435 W South St., Kalamazoo, hosted by the KIA. The exhibition features more than 60 paintings, photographs, works on paper, and sculpture from KIA collection. Free.
  • Tara meditation—6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The People's church, 1758 N. 10th St., Kalamazoo, room 9,  hosted by Jewel Heart.Tara is the beloved female version of Buddha, famed for quickening compassion, healing and success for practitioners and their loved ones. This ongoing practices are holding in the third Wednesday of each month from February 20 to December 19. Free.

Friday, November 22

  • Ethics Lecture Series—5 p.m. in room 157, Berhnard Center, hosted by the WMU Center for the Study of Ethics in the Society. “Responsibility in Shared Action" lecture will be delivered by Saba Bazargan-Forward, professor of philosophy, University of California, San Diego. Free.

Saturday, November 23

Sunday, November 24

Monday, November 25

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, November 26

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, November 27

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

December 2019

Monday, December 2

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Tuesday, December 3

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

Wednesday, December 4

  • CELCIS conversation circle—1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Bernhard Center Global Lounge, hosted by the Center for English Language and Culture for International Students. Join students learning English in relaxed conversation about local and social topics. Free.

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