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International Trivia Night

Feb
20
Tue

International Student & Scholar Services is hosting INTERNATIONAL TRIVIA NIGHT!

Test your knowledge of the world. FREE to register.

Prizes will be given to the top teams. FREE dinner provided.To register your team of up to 6 people, contact: 

Scott Fetters, Assistant Director - International Student & Scholar Services

Holi - Festival of Colors 2018

Mar
01
Mon

Holi- The festival of colours

CHAUTAUQUA: "Transformations" - Maryanne Wolf, “Literacy in the Digital Age: Transformations of the Reading Brain.”

Mar
01
Thu

EKU CHAUTAUQUA EXAMINES “TRANSFORMATIONS”

Maryanne Wolf, “Literacy in the Digital Age: Transformations of the Reading Brain.”

Fall 2018 Advising officially begins - Undeclared/Exploratory students

Mar
05
Mon

Course Schedule Advising officially begins for Undeclared/Exploratory students in the Office of University Advising.

http://colonelscompass.eku.edu/registration-and-advising-dates-fall

LCUH Advising Open House

Mar
07
Wed

Join us at the EKU Dept. Languages, Cultures, and Humanities Open House at McCreary Hall on March 7th from 1:00-3:00 pm.

Fall 2018 Advising opens March 19th. Registration begins April 5th. Be ready!

International Women's Day

Mar
08
Thu

International Women's Day (IWD)  is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions, the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political and social achievements.

2018 Spring Break March 12-16

Mar
12
Mon

March 12-16, 2018: Spring Break.  University is closed and classes are not in session. 

St. Patrick's Day

Mar
17
Sat

Explore the history and culture of Ireland today!

Fall 2018 Advising officially begins - Declared Majors

Mar
19
Mon

Course Schedule Advising officially begins for students with Declared Majors.

http://colonelscompass.eku.edu/registration-and-advising-dates-fall

CHAUTAUQUA: "Transformations" - Kimberly Hoang, “Money Movers: Ethnography of Desire in Gray Economies in Southeast Asia.” (Women’s History and Asian Studies Keynote Address)

Mar
22
Thu

EKU CHAUTAUQUA EXAMINES “TRANSFORMATIONS”

Kimberly Hoang, “Money Movers: Ethnography of Desire in Gray Economies in Southeast Asia.” (Combined Women’s History and Asian Studies Keynote Address)

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