Global Cultural Calendar: Fall 2014

The Center for International Education Invites You

Celebrate the World at Nazareth

As October fast approaches and the leaves begin to change, we want to inform our campus and community friends about the exciting international events coming to Nazareth this fall. From the world of Jewish music, Cold War Rock 'n' Roll to international student-led panels, the Center for International Education is proud to present scholarly and cultural events that create a global university.

Fall 2014 Semester Events

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"The Seal of Solomon" by Shlomit & RebbeSoul from Israel

October 23rd, 7:00pm

Linehan Chapel, Nazareth College

Join us for a night where ancient spiritual melodies meet modern music by
Israeli musicians Shlomit Levi and RebbeSoul.

Co-sponsored by the Music Department, Nazareth College Hillel, and the College of Arts and Sciences.

Rock-and-Roll and the Cold War in Central and Eastern Europe

November 3rd
Shults Center Forum

Dr. Tamás Stark
Former Nazareth Fulbright scholar, Dr. Stark, will present "Rock-and-Roll and the Cold War in Central and Eastern Europe." Co-sponsored by the Music, History, and Political Science Departments, and the College of Arts and Sciences.

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International Education Week Program

November 17th-21st

International Education Week is celebrated across the United States in the third week of November. Nazareth College provides the campus and the Rochester community with an array of delightful cultural and scholarly programs that promote global citizenship.

Global Harmony

November 17th
Wilmot Recital Hall, 5:30-7:00PM

International students present a world concert. Co-sponsored by the Music Department.

Panel on International Women's Rights

November 18th

Shults Center Forum, 12:05-1:10PM

A panel of Nazareth students and faculty will present their observations and views on human rights issues women are facing across the world.

Everyone is Weird: Reflections on American Culture

November 20th
Golisano Academic Center 38, 12:05-1:10PM

A panel of Nazareth international students will discuss their insights and discoveries (comical and otherwise) on global perceptions of American culture.

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