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Learn Zen Meditation

Everything comes and everything goes! Zen Meditation returns Tuesday nights! This program happens in the Celebration Hall in the Multifaith Centre.


Written By Luis Alfaro
Guest Director Carmen Aguirre

Medea and Jason have escaped the worst. After a harrowing journey across the Mexican–American border, the couple has finally made it safely to the United States, where they can work toward a betterlife for their family. While Jason is convinced the future looks bright, Medea fears a darker fate as they face the challenges of living without documentation. Blending Euripides' classic play Medeawith Mexican folklore, playwright Luis Alfaro examines the tragedy behind America's immigration system and the destiny of one family caught in its grip.

Free Income Tax Clinic!

Taste of Home - storytelling through food

Ten Creatures (No Utopia is an Island)

MM Info Session

Ready to refine your skillset? This 12-month pre-experience master's program leverages the knowledge acquired in your undergraduate program, and builds your management expertise.

Joins us at this webinar to learn how the Master in Management(MM) program will equip you with a range of hard and soft skills necessaryto succeed in different organizational settings. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions after the presentation.

If you want to learn more about the MM program, please contact Andrea Felix de la Rosa at

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Global Talk - “International mother, they say”: Creativity and self-making in the writing of first-generation Japanese North American women

Global Talks are weekly discussions/presentations where we are able to listen to presentations from researchers within CFGS, the university more broadly and also invited guest speakers. Thesenormally take place weekly on Wednesdays from 10:30-noon.