• Rosh Hashana (Jewish)
    September 21 12:00am
    Rosh Hashana, also spelled Rosh Hashanah, is commonly known as the Jewish New Year. The event begins on the first day of Tishrei (or Tishri), which is the seventh month in the Jewish calendar. It is a work-restricted holiday for the observant.  In 2017 the holiday begins at sundown 9/20 and ends at sundown 9/22.  Source: timean more »
  • Muharram (Muslim)
    September 21 12:00am
    Many Muslims in the United States observe the start of the Islamic New Year on the first day of Muharram, which is the first month in the Islamic calendar.   Note that in the Muslim calander, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Al-Hijra / Muharram on the sunset of Wednesday, the 20 more »
  • Culture of the Month - South Africa
    September 25 11:30am
    Join us as we learn more about South Africa and their Heritage Day! We have trivia, candy, and more! Hosted By: Global Grenadiers (International Student Organization) Additional Information can be found at: https://ius.campuslabs.com/engage/event/1458999 more »
  • Health Resource Fair (Mental Health & Wellness Series)
    September 26 11:00am
    Local community health-related agencies will have tables to share resources. This is part of the Mental Health & Wellness Series. Mental Health & Wellness is an important topic for everyone, yet it is one many fear.  An interdisciplinary team of IU Southeast faculty & staff, in conjunction with local experts, offer presentations more »
  • Suicide Prevention: QPR (Mental Heath & Wellness Series)
    September 26 5:30pm
    How to recognize signs of potential suicide and respond effectively. This is part of the Mental Health & Wellness Series. Mental Health & Wellness is an important topic for everyone, yet it is one many fear.  An interdisciplinary team of IU Southeast faculty & staff, in conjunction with local experts, offer presentations related more »
  • "Hit of Hell" Documentary
    September 27 5:30pm
    Powerful documentary that explores the use of opiates and heroin in our community followed by panel discussion. This is part of the Mental Health & Wellness Series. Mental Health & Wellness is an important topic for everyone, yet it is one many fear.  An interdisciplinary team of IU Southeast faculty & staff, in conjunction with more »
January 2017