After Choir Flava’ (ACF)
The purpose of ACF is to praise God through dance. ACF mixes hip-hop moves with music that proclaims the Gospel message. ACF offers opportunities for dancers to try-out to be a part of the Core team, which engages in various performances throughout the year in an effort to spread the Gospel through the art of dance. We also give the opportunity for those without dance experience to attend monthly dance sessions and join us in our worship by learning choreography regardless of their skill. Above all, ACF strives to be a reflection of the awesome joy contained in the love of God our Father, his son Jesus Christ, and his Holy Spirit.
For more information, contact Nakaira Petty email@example.com.
Asian American Association (AAA)
Asian American Association is a group of SPU students, faculty, and staff who meet for friendship, understanding, support, service, and conversations relevant to our community.
For more information, contact Aurelia Mandani firstname.lastname@example.org
Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU's mission is to share the richness of the African-American culture with the SPU community. BSU host events such as a campus wide FREE Soul Food dinner, "Lean on Me" tea party with faculty/staff, and a "Walk with Me" display during Black History Month. BSU is open to anyone who wants to learn and help celebrate the African-American culture.
Ekene (African Dance Club)
Filipino American Student Association (FASA)
For more information, contact Timothy Don Lopez email@example.com Margie Soriano
International Student Club
The SPU International Student Club provides support and connections between SPU international students and other students by planning on and off-campus activities, field trips, and social events.
Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS) is committed to supporting underrepresented minority students entering healthcare professions and addressing health care disparities through increased awareness and community service.
Mosaic provides an atmosphere of celebration for culture and diversity at SPU. Mosaic is a club represented by students from an array of backgrounds and interests who are committed to establishing cross-cultural bridges.
MuKappa is a club designed to connect and build community among SPU Third Culture Kids or other students who are interested in other cultures. A Third Culture Kid (TCK) is someone who spent all or part of childhood or adolescence in a country besides his or her passport country. We hold 2-3 events every quarter, involving international food, games, movies, retreats, hiking, and sharing our experiences with one another
For more information, contact Elisheva Zoolkoski firstname.lastname@example.org
Ohana o Hawaii is a place for those interested in the Hawaiian culture and islands, whether they are from Hawaii or not. The club's name means "family of Hawaii," which is what we strive to be. The club offers community through hula practice, holiday parties, and outings around Seattle. Each year, Ohana o Hawaii prepares for its biggest event--the May Day Celebration during Spring Quarter. May Day is a typical luau that offers Hawaiian food, hula performances, Hawaiian music, and activities. As you look through SPU clubs, we welcome you to become part of the Ohana.
For more information, contact Kaui Brito email@example.com
SALSA (Spanish and Latino Student Awareness)
SALSA is astudent club that promotes awareness and involvement in the Spanish and Latino community and culture. All students are welcome! SALSA plans events such as Noche de Salsa, Zumba, and Cinco de Mayo.
Emilio Cabrera, ASSP Vice President for Intercultural Affairs
Responsibilities: Encouraging intercultural initiatives within ASSP and on campus, working with minority student leadership development, chairing the Intercultural Initiatives Committee (Catalyst), and overseeing Intercultural Coordinators
Contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Catalyst facilitates and coordinates student campus diversity efforts under the leadership of the ASSP Vice President for Intercultural Affairs.
For more information, contact Emilio Cabrera email@example.com
Director of Multi-Ethnic Programs
(phone 206-281-2598 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Coordinator of Multi-Ethnic Programs
(phone 206-478-5382 or email email@example.com)
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