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Colorful costumes, vivacious music and energetic performances made for a spectacular production held at the University of Houston-Clear Lake March 23. Cultural Extravaganza, an annual event sponsored by Intercultural and International Student Services (IISS), entertained students, faculty and staff with performances that displayed the diverse group of cultures represented at UHCL.
The Signal editor Ashley Honc captured this year’s Cultural Extravaganza performances, which took place March 23 in the Bayou Theater.
Events will be held throughout February at the University of Houston-Clear Lake to provide students, faculty and staff the opportunity to celebrate the identity of notable Americans during Black History Month.
The following is a press release from the Office of Intercultural & International Student Services (IISS). We are once again approaching that time in the spring semester when the most thrilling event at UHCL takes place– Cultural Extravaganza! This year, the event will take place on Saturday, March 23th, 2013. It is an event where members [...]
UHCL’s Intercultural & International Student Services (IISS) and the School of Human Sciences and Humanities are celebrating Native American Heritage Month by bringing speaker Linda Sue Warner to campus Thursday, Nov. 29.
International and Intercultural Student Services’ Global Expo took place Wednesday, Nov. 7 in Bayou Atrium II. The Signal reporter/editor Stephen Schumacher attended the event to see what cultures and countries were represented at this year’s event.
IISS’ Love Your Body Day took place on campus Oct. 22 in the Bayou Atrium I and featured informative displays and positive reinforcement exercise to educate attendees about the way the media portrays women and how it affects body image perception.
IISS’ annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration will take place tomorrow, Nov. 1, from noon to 6 p.m. in the Bayou Atrium I.
The Signal reporter Meaghan Marquez and videographer Timothy Lapointe check out the different events held on campus Oct. 11 for National Coming Out Day.