Every Friday, students learning Chinese come to the Intercultural Affairs Center to polish their speaking skills.
Brandi Ferrara came to the Intercultural Affairs Center to talk to students to help them navigate through Career Services. Dollian Garo H’15, Jeremy Ramos H’14, Victoria Thomas WS’14, Chavon Thomas WS’14 attended the talk and absorbed the information and learned about different scholarships and internship opportunities.
Cultural club leaders came together on Sunday night, to discuss and organize the calendar of events for the spring semester. Club talked to each other about the difficulties and successes that they achieved. Patty Blue was the guest speaker for the event and called for the clubs to involve and create a closer relationship with the Geneva community.
Between going to a play and watching the opening ceremony of the Sochi Olympics the students of the Intercultural Affairs Center were busy all weekend long. On Friday night, a group of students when to the Geva Theater in Rochester to see the play entitled Black Pearl Sings.
“I really liked the play. It had a good balance of humor and heavy subject matters. It touched upon sexism and racism through the lens of comedy and song.” –Natia Bueno WS’14
That same night, in the Game Room of the Intercultural Affairs Center, people gathered together to watch the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.