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Happy New Year from the MRC!

The Multicultural Resource Center extends a warm welcome to our new transfer students arriving in a very cold January 2014 to Binghamton University. February kicks off our busiest semester as the month opens up with all the Black History Month festivities. The first MRC Student Leaders Meeting hosted more than 60 representatives of various cultural groups and more than 40 announcements for upcoming student programs. The MRC will continue to host our Diversity Talks this semester along with a series of workshops and trainings for faculty, staff and students. There are so many events and lots of ongoing programs to be apart of so stop by our office to learn more about how to get involved. The MRC has 12 interns, 3 graduate and 9 undergraduates this semester to service all our cultural student groups! Be on the lookout for them at your events and general body meetings. Check out the enclosed pages about great events going on this month!

Dr. Nicole Sirju-Johnson, MRC Director

MRC Interns pictured


(from left to right) 1st Row: Nicole Ly, Michelle Poon, Rosemary Husted (graduate intern), Munira Pulodi, Jie Yin (graduate intern) 2nd Row: Kwame DaBreo, Olajumoke Atanda, Hoang Minh Ngo, Karoline Kaon, Ian Weitz (graduate intern), Frank Tiu Not Pictured: MRC Program Coordinator Mengchen Huang and MRC Intern Madjeen Garcon

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Increase your business among Binghamton University Students, Faculty, and Staff members. The MRC is home for more than 100 cultural student organizations on campus. With more than 1,200 students subscribed to our Monthly Newsletter, consider us a great marketing tool for reaching the university community. In fact, this is a great opportunity for local businesses to showcase their business and services. For more information, please contact Mengchen Huang at mhuang@binghamton.edu or call 607-777-6071.

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Advertising in a Single Edition of the Newsletter 1/4 of the Page 1/2 of the Page 1 Full Page $ 55 $ 75 $ 100 Advertising for One Semester (3-4 Newsletters) 1/4 of the Page 1/2 of the Page 1 Full Page $ 120 $ 160 $ 200

Do You Want to be on a TV Talk Show!? Join the MRCs Bi-Weekly Diversity Talk

Broome-Tioga Branch NAACP


has commissioned Brenda Brown to curate an exhibit of documents and artifacts from their historic vault for public viewing. This event is entitled:

The Multicultural Resource Center is looking for students to participate in a new show produced by Binghamton Television BTV6. This is a new and improved version of the MRC Bi-Weekly Diversity Talks we had last semester. BTV6 is the student-run television station that airs to over 15,000 students across the Binghamton campus. We plan to include 6 panelists for each show who will discuss one topic related to diversity together. There will be 7 shows this semester. If you are interested in participating on one of the shows or have suggestions for topics, please email Mengchen Huang, MRC Program Coordinator at mhuang@binghamton.edu or call 607-777-6071.

American History through the eyes of African Americans: The Civil Rights Movement
Guest Speaker:

Randall Edouard
Assistant Provost, Binghamton University

Saturday, February 8, 2014 2- 4:30 pm 2nd floor meeting room Binghamton Public library 185 Court Street, Binghamton, NY

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The BLACK STUDENT UNION of Binghamton University is proud to invite you to celebrate Black History Month with a conversation with prolific Sports Journalist Stephen A. Smith , 2014 Keynote Speaker. Smith is known for his no-nonsense style on Fox SportsNets Best Damn Sports Show, Period, NBA Shootaround, SportsCenter to ESPN News. This event is FREE and open to the general public on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 6pm in Old Union Hall. We look forward to seeing you there!