On August 3, 1990, the month of November was recognized by President George H. W. Bush as Native American Heritage Month (NAHM). During this month, we take the time to recognize the people, culture, traditions, crafts and music that existed in the United States before it became what we know today.
The campus theme for this year is “Our Fire Still Burns.” The fire burning analogy exemplifies the strength, resiliency and integrity of Native American people. The theme dispels the myth that Native people have disappeared from the American radius; they are still fighting to reclaim their land even today. Please check below for our calendar of events for the month.
Hosted by: Japan Club, Chinese Undergraduate Student Association, Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers
Japan Club, CUSA, and SASE are collaborating to bring different hot pot foods to NC State! Japan Club will be making しゃぶしゃぶ (shabu shabu), and CUSA will be making 火锅 (huo guo). We will also have a quiz to see if you can identify the difference between Chinese and Japanese foods!
Contact: Tom Simpsonncsu.firstname.lastname@example.org
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, NC State will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 10 days before the event. For more information, please contact Multicultural Student Affairs at 919.515.3835.