Through the Wire Lecture Series
Through the Wire is the College’s diversity lecture series that serves as a way to stimulate intellectual discourse on campus with an emphasis on issues of race, racism and socioeconomic status. The series provides a mix of dynamic speakers who have a tremendous ability to engage and challenge all Emmanuel students, particularly students of color, to affirm identity, challenge stereotypes and become active learners of their cultures and history, resulting in self-advocacy and enhanced critical thinking skills.
Multicultural Executive Board Retreat
This retreat is designed to prepare executive board members of Emmanuel’s multicultural organizations for their roles as student leaders and role models. Emphasis is placed on team building, group dynamics, conflict resolution, inter-group collaboration and the challenges associated with representing underrepresented populations on campus.
Nia Retreat for Students of Color
The Nia Retreat is designed to bring students of color together at an off-campus site to reflect on their experience at Emmanuel. The retreat experience is designed to assist students in developing leadership skills, team building, positive group dynamics and self-advocacy.
Commencement Celebration for Students of Color
The Commencement Celebration for Students of Color is an opportunity for graduating students of color and their families to participate in a graduation ceremony with special emphasis on various cultural forms of celebration.