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UF Interfaith Ambassadors and SG Interfaith Cabinet Present Speed Faithing

Speed Faithing allows individuals from diverse faiths to come together to learn about different religions, perspectives, or worldviews. At the beginning of the event, each organization or group will have a table and the opportunity to speak to the attendees about their values, practices, and core tenets. Afterwards, there will be a period of speed-dating [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on November 1, 2016.

Interfaith Ambassadors and SG Interfaith Cabinet Present: Speed Faithing

Speed Faithing allows individuals from diverse faiths to come together to learn about different religions, perspectives, or worldviews. At the beginning of the event, each organization or group will have a table and the opportunity to speak to the attendees about their values, practices, and core tenets. Afterwards, there will be a period of speed-dating [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 24, 2016.

ACCENT Speakers Bureau District 8 Senate Seat Debate

State Representative Keith Perry, R-Gainesville, and former state Senator Rod Smith, D-Gainesville, are in the race for the District 8 Senate seat, which includes Alachua, Putnam, and part of Marion counties. Perry and Smith will be speaking at the University of Florida on Oct. 25, at an event hosted by ACCENT Speakers Bureau. Smith and [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 24, 2016.

Nobuho Nagasawa Liminality Exhibit

University Galleries (UG) at the University of Florida (UF) presents a show by a New York-based artist with an impressive international exhibition record and award history. Nobuho Nagasawa will exhibit an array of interactive artworks in the University Gallery from  October 18 – December 2, 2016

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 17, 2016.

Queering Sex Ed

Join LGBTQ Affairs at 5 p.m. on October 19 in the Rainbow Suite for a presentation of the ways that traditional sex education fails LGBTQ+ individuals.  The discussion will be presented by Naomi Ardjomand-Kermani, the Business Response to AIDS Coordinator and HIV Testing Coordinator for the WellFlorida Council.  Topics include the failure to make sex [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 17, 2016.

LGBTQ Lunch Series: Toxic Masculinity

What do we talk about when we talk about Toxic Masculinity?
We’re referring to the worst parts of our society’s prevailing definition of what makes a man a man and the gender expression that follows.  Join LGBTQ Affairs on October 28 on a facilitated dialogue on toxic masculinity, its root causes, and how it manifests in [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 17, 2016.

Florida Museum to host activities during Cultural Plaza Festival Oct. 22

Join the Florida Museum of Natural History for hands-on activities, face painting and exhibit tours during the University of Florida Cultural Plaza Festival on Oct. 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Learn about fossils during a pop-up museum, participate in an Instagram scavenger hunt and help transcribe specimen information. Visitors may also explore the [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 17, 2016.

CASA Presents Mid-Autumn Festival Show 2016

Come celebrate with the Chinese America Student Association this Sunday, October 9, by joining them at their annual Mid-Autumn Festival Show. Not only will you be dazzled with a great show, but you can also enjoy free authentic Chinese food. Take pictures at the Reitz Grand Ballroom Lobby and immerse yourself in Chinese culture, but [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 3, 2016.

Getting Out the Vote Sponsored by APIA

Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) Affairs at the University of Florida aims to provide educational resources and increase opportunity for underrepresented groups within our community. As election day approaches, they recognize that while our votes contribute our voices to national decisions, these voices are often silenced—the ballots never cast. Join them in their town hall [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on October 3, 2016.

Getting Out the Vote Sponsored by APIA

Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) Affairs at the University of Florida aims to provide educational resources and increase opportunity for underrepresented groups within our community. As election day approaches, they recognize that while their votes contribute their voices to national decisions, these voices are often silenced—the ballots never cast. Join them in their town hall [...]

Filed under Cultural, Events on September 26, 2016.