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  1. LASA Leaders Share Their Experience with Border Patrol Agents on Amtrak

    On Feb. 18, the students of John Carroll’s Latin American Student Association (LASA) were aboard an Amtrak train bound for Cleveland from Chicago. They were returning to campus from a conference for Latin American student groups across the country. As the train approached Toledo, the two cars in which the LASA members were spread out […]

  2. Black History Month Events

    Trivia Night When: Monday, February 5th, 6-8 p.m.  Where: The Underground    Sip and Paint  When: Saturday, February 10th, 8-10 p.m.  Where: Murphy Room of LSC    Speaker: Reginald Dwayne Betts  When: Monday, February 12th, 7 p.m.  Where: Donahue Auditorium (Dolan Science Center)    2nd Annual Fashion Show: A SZN for Everything  When: Saturday, February 17th, […]

  3. National Student Call-in Day: 2/1/18

    Let Congress know where you stand on the DREAM Act! National Student Call-in Day: February 1, 2018 Find your Member of Congress To find your U.S. Senators, visit To find your U.S. Representative, go to Enter your hometown zip code in the upperright corner of the page. If prompted, enter your street address to […]

  4. AIDS Memorial Quilt 

    The AIDS Memorial Quilt is an ongoing legacy and memorial for those who have lost their lives to AIDS-related illnesses. Founded in 1987, the AIDS Memorial Quilt is the largest piece of ongoing community art in the world. It is too big to be displayed in one place at one time. Friends, family and lovers of […]

  5. Advocate for DREAMers!

    A group of passionate students are collecting signed letters after Thanksgiving to bring to Ohio Senator Portman’s Cleveland office calling for protection of DACA recipients and just immigration reform. Contact Julie with questions. Here’s how to get involved. 1. Sign a letter! Find a student collecting signatures during the week of 11/27 – 12/1. They will be in the […]

  6. A Racial Justice Guide to Thanksgiving for Educators and Families

    Compiled by Border Crossers Teaching Approaches A Culturally Responsive Approach to Discussing Thanksgiving in The Classroom By Linday Barrett Teaching about Thanksgiving By LearnNC (UNC School of Education) How Does the TT Community Teach Thanksgiving? By Teaching Tolerance Teaching Thanksgiving from a Native American Perspective By Holly Maeder Sheehan ( Culturally Responsive Instruction for Holiday […]

CSDI Calendar

  1. Mar 22

    Film Screening: Southwest of Salem

    This documentary explores the wrongful conviction of four lesbian Latina women, who were accused of gang-rape during the Satanic Ritual Abuse panic of the 80s and 90s, and the role homophobia played in their wrongful conviction. 6:30p @ AD 258

  2. Apr 18

    Last Lecture: Susan Long, PhD

    What wisdom would you try and impart to the world if you knew it was your last chance?  Join us for the Last Lecture series where Dr. Susan Long from the Department of Sociology and Criminology answers that very important question. 6:30p @ AD 226

  3. May 3

    Multicultural Recognition Program

    This event is designed to recognize multicultural students and allies who are: graduating seniors, cultural student leaders, students on the dean’s list, and students with a 3.0+ GPA. Participation is by invitation only.