Jan. 17 – March 23: “Finite Disappointment / Infinite Hope”
In honor of Black History Month, visit the exhibit by contemporary Washington D.C. photographer and ETSU alumni Gediyon Kifle completed in tribute to and in commemoration of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the ongoing saga for justice and racial equality. The exhibition provides an innovative and educational retelling of historical narratives viewed from an African-American artist’s perspective.

Feb. 5: Free Haircuts
From 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., the Multicultural Center will give out free haircuts. Don’t miss your chance for a free cut on campus, courtesy of Taylor-Made Barber Shop and the Office of Multicultural Affairs!

Feb. 5: World Hijab Day
At 11 a.m. Multicultural Center Lounge will host World Hijab Day as an annual event founded by Nazma Khan in 2013. The event takes place on Feb. 1 each year in 140 countries worldwide. It’s stated purpose is to encourage women of all religions and backgrounds to wear and experience the hijab. Sponsored by the Muslim Students Association and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Feb. 5: Mental Health Discussion
The Unapologetically Black Mental Health Discussion will be hosted in the Culp East Tennessee Room on the 3rd floor. All students may come to hear and talk about mental health and the available resources both on and off campus. The event will begin at 7 p.m.

Feb. 6 – Feb. 7: Talent Show Auditions
Come audition and showcase your talent to be a finalist in the Spring Talent Show. A winner, first and second runner-up will be chosen from the finalists. Who will be the next winner? The auditions will begin at 7 p.m. in the D.P Culp University Center Ballroom.

Feb. 7: Establishing Your Online Professional Identity
If someone searches online for you, what will they discover? Come learn how to cultivate your online academic identity in order to share your research and expand your career at the “Faculty Series: Establishing Your Online Professional Identity Workshop.” The event will be held from 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Sherrod Library, Room 309.

Feb. 8: Jam Night
Jam Night, hosted by Jazmine Henderson, will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Multicultural Center lounge. Poets, singers, rappers, musicians and storytellers will be invited to step up to the mic and share their individuality, creativity and artistic and cultural expressions.