BRISTOL, R.I. – What started with a weeklong series of events and activities inspiring social awareness and activism at last fall’s Social Justice Week is now reaching across campus to include more than 30 student groups, academic and administrative departments to work together on a movement creating social change and equity for all members of Roger Williams University. From courses such as Writing for Social Change to events like Leadership Unity Day, individual campus groups have already been encouraging more diversity, tolerance and cultural sensitivity – but this semester, an initiative was launched to establish a campus-wide culture of social activism and inclusion.
Every month the Intercultural Center highlights one of the many countries currently represented at RWU. March will be highlighting Rwanda. Come learn all about the history, politics, festivals, and art that is true to Rwanda! Join your fellow colleagues and learn more about this amazing country. All students are welcome! This is a merit point program.
Grab a group of friends and your competitive spirit to wage war in a free game at Providence Paintball! Use your tactical skills to stay safe and win the round. Training is included so even beginners can come enjoy! Buses leave from in front of the Campus Recreation Center at 5:30 p.m. Sign up at the CEN table throughout the week to be sure you have a spot on the bus.