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The Complete Guide: Explore Cultures of MRU

Cultures of MRU is a month-long program that showcases, highlights, and provides education on the many cultures within the MRU Campus Community. This month also connects BIPOC students with support and resources to help them succeed in their post-secondary journey at Mount …

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Cultures of MRU: International Student Eat & Greet

In by Jori Kellow

Many international students have similar struggles and experiences when studying abroad away from their home country. Join us for an opportunity to meet and build connections; everyone is welcome! Meet us in the Cultural Inclusion Centre (Z203) for great conversation and a …

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BIPOC Support Network

In by Jori Kellow

This network seeks to facilitate a sense of belonging on campus by providing a support network for faculty, staff and students who identify as Black, Indigenous or People of Colour. Students can meet faculty and staff and get advice, learn about opportunities …

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BIPOC Support Network

In by Jori Kellow

This network seeks to facilitate a sense of belonging on campus by providing a support network for faculty, staff and students who identify as Black, Indigenous or People of Colour. Students can meet faculty and staff and get advice, learn about opportunities …

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BIPOC Support Network

In by Jori Kellow

This network seeks to facilitate a sense of belonging on campus by providing a support network for faculty, staff and students who identify as Black, Indigenous or People of Colour. Students can meet faculty and staff and get advice, learn about opportunities …

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Tea & Bannock Talking Circle

In by Jori Kellow

Talking Circles are an essential part of Indigenous cultures; they encourage dialogue even when there are differences among participants. The Tea and Bannock Talking Circle invites students to meet people and enjoy tea and bannock while participating in discussions on a wide …

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Drum, Dine, and Discuss

In by Jori Kellow

Drum, Dine & Discuss happens on Thursdays at 4:30 pm and is open to everyone on campus. Drumming is a great way to reduce stress and make music. Beginners and participants of all experience levels are welcome to join. After the Drum …