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Dia de los Muertos, November 2nd, 2022
Dia de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) is a time for the spirit of the deceased to return home and visit loved ones, feast on their favorite foods and listen to their favorite music. MSU honors our deceased with ofrendas, or offerings, which may consist of photographs, bread, other foods, flowers, toys and other symbolic offerings.
Out & Proud, January 25th, 2023
MSU is proud to present OUT & PROUD! Join us for our annual Out & Proud event! Celebrating People of Color in the LGBTQIA+ community. Come hear and learn about different communities, coming out stories, a Q&A with the panel and learn about the many different life lenses that students and staff identify here in our WOU community
Black History Celebration, February 1-2, 2023
With speakers, food, and festivities, MSU would like to invite all Faculty, Staff, and Students to our Black History Celebration Event! During the event, we will be spotlighting the contributions and sacrifices of African Americans who have helped shape the nation
Women of Culture Celebration, March 1st, 2023
Women of Culture Celebration aims to honor and acknowledge the diversity within women in different communities. The purpose of this event is to bring awareness to our campus by providing workshops, keynote speakers and a variety of interactive activities involving different issues and aspects that affect women. This event is inclusive to both men and women in the pursuit of educating our campus on the importance of women’s rights within different traditions.
Pow-Wow, April 22nd, 2023
Vendors, dancers, drummers and fry bread help make our annual MSU Pow-Wow a success. Our Pow-Wow includes a dance competition as well as a dinner. The dance competition is open to tiny tots, teens, men and women. The categories include fancy dancing, traditional dancing, grass dancing and jingle dancing.
Nuestra Fiesta Latina, May 12th, 2023
MSU invites everyone to Nuestra Fiesta Latina with activities for all ages, entertainment such as mariachi music, salsa and merengue dancing, traditional food and a “baile” to end the day. This event strives to bring together individuals from our local community and our campus community to celebrate and experience the Latino culture.