Upcoming Programs

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Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity (DICE)


Fri, 3/2, & 4/6 • Soup for the Soul • 12-1PM • HEMM 315 & 317

Looking for community? Want to learn more about UMEC, the Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center, & DICE? Then come to Soup for the Soul every first Friday of the month!

Wed, 3/28 • Diversity Monologues • 7-9PM • HEMM Ballroom

Students perform spoken word pieces on the idea of “Radical Hope” & what it means to be underrepresented at GU.

Fri, 5/4 • DICE End-of-Year Celebration • 5:30-7:30PM • HEMM Ballroom Pamplona

A gathering to celebrate the end of the school year & to recognize the graduating seniors from Act Six, BRIDGE, LEADS, staff, & volunteers connected with DICE.

Unity Multicultural Education Center (UMEC) (509) 313-5836

Mon, 2/26 • #Instead of Red Face • 6-7:30PM • Wolff Auditorium

Actor & playwright DeLanna Studi (Cherokee) & playwright Mary Katherine Nagle (Cherokee) focus their work & their use of the hashtag on the importance of Native voices directly represented in all levels of storytelling. (Primary Sponsor: Native American Studies — For more info, contact Laurie Arnold at x5947.)

Tues, 3/20 • Devil Wanna Put Me in Bow-tie: Negotiating Black Masculinity in Contemporary America • 7-8:30PM • HEMM Ballroom

Dr. Mark Anthony Neal shares his insight as an expert in the field of black masculinity & popular culture & as a professor of African & African American Studies at Duke University. (Primary Sponsor: Women & Gender Studies — For more info, contact Ann Ciasullo at x5955.)

Thurs, 3/22  • Dr. Jose Aguilar-Hernandez: Critical Race Theory & Student Activism • 6-7:30PM • HEMM 201

Dr. Jose Aguilar-Hernandez presents on Critical Race Theory, student activism, & the UCLA Hunger Strike, an event that precipitated the conception of the Chicano Studies Department at UCLA. 

Wed, 4/4 • Portraits: Women of Commonalities & Differences • 5-7PM • Jundt 110 Auditorium

“Spokane Women Together”, a project developed by Hilary Hart through the Spokane Arts Commission, features portraits & stories of women from Muslim, Jewish, & other religious & cultural backgrounds. (Primary Sponsor: School of Education Diversity & Social Justice Committee — For more info, contact Jerri Shepard at x3471.)

Sat, 4/21 • 22nd Annual African American Graduation Ceremony & Celebration • Whitworth University - Ceremony in Hixson Union Building (HUB) Multipurpose Room from 1-2:30PM & reception in HUB Dining Hall from 2:30-4PM

A celebration to recognize the academic achievement of African & African American heritage students graduating from high school, GED, college vocational, & university.

Tues, 5/1 • Workers Appreciation Day • 7-10AM • HEMM 201

Celebrate & appreciate the efforts of the staff who maintain our buildings, grounds, food, & other support services.

Cultural Club Signature Programs: Annual Festivals, Dinners, & More

Check out these student-driven campus events featuring culture, food, performance, and community. Contact each student organization on Zagtivities for more information.

  • Sat, 3/3 • Queer Student Union (QSU)
  • Sat, 3/24 • Hawaii/Pacific Islanders Club (HPIC)
  • 3/26 – 3/30 • Gonzaga Student Body Association (GSBA) Intersectionality Week
  • Sat, 4/7 • Asian Pacific Islander Graduation
  • Sat, 4/7 • La Raza Latina (LRL)

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502 E. Boone
Spokane, WA 99258
Hemmingson Center, Suite 317
(509) 313-5836