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Featured Events
November 1, 20147:00 PM
November 4, 20145:00 PM
An evening with Coast Salish carver Felix Solomon SIUE will celebrate Native American Heritage Month during November by hosting Felix Solomon, an active member of the Lummi Nation, one of the Coast Salish tribes of northwest Washington. He is one of the most significant indigenous carvers in the United States because he is one of the only master carvers worldwide who carries forward the ancestral carving tradition of the American Salish Coast. The public is invited to an evening of song and art with Solomon. He will provide an illustrated discussion of his artwork, which includes totem poles, ceremonial masks and other spirtually-empowered carvings. He will also speak about his work as a conservator, teacher and mentor who works to continue the traditions of his culture. For information about Solomon’s public lecture, call (618) 650-3246.Sponsored by the Native American Studies Program, the Departments of Anthropology, Historical Studies, Philosophy and Political Science, the College of Arts and Sciences, SIUE Alumni Association, the Vice Chancellor for Administration, the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
Featured Student Events
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November 7, 20147:00 PM
Join us on Friday, November 7th at 6:00pm at the Student Fitness Center for the Tons of Fun event! Tons of Fun is a FREE family friendly event featuring inflatables, carnival games and an arts and crafts area. Tons of Fun continues to attract a diverse range of children and their families each year! The activities are hands on and allow kids to burn off some excess energy. Hosted in collaboration with Campus Recreation and Campus Activities Board.