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Poet Javier Zamora to Speak

March 25, 2019
Javier Zamora came to the U.S when he was 9 years old from El Salvador, escaping civil war. Today, he is a popular poet and Harvard fellow who writes about immigration and his experience crossing the border and life as an immigrant. He will recite his poetry in Sewanee on April 5th @ 4:30 PM at the Mary Sue Cushman Room at the Wick. This event is sponsored by the Writing House, Lecture's Committee, Community Engagement House, Spanish Department, English Department, International & Global Studies.

Necromancers, Nightmares, and Neo-Nazis

February 26, 2019
Film Studies, German Studies, IGS, and the University Lectures Committee invite you to a lecture: "Necromancers, Nightmares, and Neo-Nazis" by Dr. Kai Werbeck (UNC-Charlotte) on 21st-century German Horror Cinema and what it can tell us about the fears and anxieties of contemporary Germany. This event will take place on Tuesday, March 5 at 4:00 at Gailor Auditorium.

Fourth annual International Karaoke Night!

November 9, 2018
The fourth annual International Karaoke Night on Nov. 8 was a raucous event with international food, great music, and prizes! Students sang in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Spanish. The three judges - Hiydees Feliciano-Torres, C'20, community member Linda Heck, and Jenna Whitehead, C'20 - chose the winners based on such factors as voice quality, audience response, and complexity of the song.