Events

Carleton offers a wide variety of events for international students and the entire campus community.

Feb 10

Race: Are we so different? at the Science Museum of Minnesota

The Office of International Student Programs, Office of Intercultural Life and Metro Arts Access Fund are sponsoring a trip to the Science Museum of Minnesota to see the World Premiere Exhibit: Race: Are we so different?

Saturday, February 10th, 2007

The Office of International Student Programs, Office of Intercultural Life and Metro Arts Access Fund are sponsoring a trip to the Science Museum of Minnesota to see the World Premiere Exhibit: Race: Are we so different?

The Exhibit will feature artifacts, historic and contemporary photography, and hands-on activities that will challenge visitors' assumptions about themselves and others.


"[Racism] is not about how you look, it is about how people assign meaning to how you look."
-Robin D.G. Kelley, historian


There will be an optional dinner and discussion after the event back on campus.

Please join us for this free event to view this exhibit. You must sign up at Campus Activities in person with your student id. There is limited space so please sign up soon!

When: Saturday, February 10th
Time: 1:00-6:00pm (meet in front of Sayles at 12:45pm, bus leaves promptly at 1:00pm)
Where: Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul, MN
Cost: Costs are covered by the Office of International Student Programs, Office of Intercultural Life and the Metro Arts Access Fund.
If you sign up and do not show up you will be charged.

Sponsored by International Student Programs, Intercultural Life, Metro Arts Access Fund. Contact: lbortuzz, International Student Programs