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Looking for a good old-fashioned Competition – Football style? Soccer, what the rest of the world logically calls Football (No Hands Allowed!) is king of the street sports! Join us for a mini tournament at the Latino Street Fair on Wednesday, September 29th from 1:00-2:00 pm. Sign up either as 4-player teams or as an individual player to be dropped in round-robin. Ten minute matches makes it easy to get in a few rounds between classes! Email to sign up or for more information. Part of EKU's annual Latino Heritage Month festivities celebrating the Latino/Latina/Latinx cultures and communities on EKU Campus and beyond. Sponsored by Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology and EKU Campus Recreation

Event Date: September 291:00 pm to 2:00 pm  Location: Powell Corner

Sponsor: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology

The 2022-2023 Resident Advisor application is now available on If you are interested in being a Resident Advisor for Spring 2022, you must apply by October 7th! The RA position allows for you to grow as an individual, build a great community, and develop new perspectives! Have questions? Feel free to ask your current RA, RHC, or Kayla Barber!

Event Date: October 07  Location:  Cost: 0

Sponsor: Housing and Residence Life and CIEGE office

EKU's Special Collections and Archives presents Spilling the Tea- a fun and educational five- part series on exciting stories from our archives. Schedule:
Hide and Seek with Death: Stories from Eastern's International Students during WWII Tuesday, October 5th @2PM
Scandal Between the Book Covers: Pope Pius II's Tale of Two Lovers Thursday, October 14th @12:30PM
Drunk Fish, Music Makers, and Storytelling: Kentucky River Project Reflections Wednesday, October 20th @1:30PM
The Wife Behind the Wraith: The Murder of Ethel Yates Denny Thursday, October 28th @12:30PM
No Skirting Around: The Misbehaved Women of Eastern's History
Tuesday, November 2nd @12:30PM
Each event will take place in the John Grant Crabbe Main Library in Room 128. These events are free and open to the public.

Event Date: October 05Varies  Location: John Grant Crabbe Main Library Room 128  Cost: Free

Sponsor: EKU Libraries

Join us for Critical Conversations, a campus community intergroup dialogue series. The first event, Fostering Intercultural Appreciation at EKU will focus on immigration in America and be led by Dr. Ogechi Anyanwu.
October 5th 11am-12:30pm John Grant Crabbe Main Library Room 108 (Dick Mayo Allen Auditorium) This event is sponsored by EKU Center for Inclusive Excellence & Global Engagement, EKU African & African American Studies, EKU Center for Africana Engagement, and EKU Libraries.

Event Date: October 0511am-12:30pm  Location: John Grant Crabbe Main Library Room 108  Cost: Free

Sponsor: EKU Libraries

We invite you to March to Save the Amazonian Rainforests and River Basin. This annual event raises awareness of the destruction of these lands that are not just home to still undocumented and undiscovered flora and fauna, but are also vital to the health and safety of the entire globe. Meet at the Crabbe Library entrance @9:45 am, ending at the Latino Street Fair at Powell Corner. We ask that you wear orange and green to show unity and support for the cause. We encourage you to bring a sign, flag or other item for visual impact. Contact Manuel Cortés-Castañeda ( for more information.

Event Date: September 299:45 am to 10:30 am  Location: Starts at Crabbe Library Main Entrance  Cost: free

Sponsor: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology

Poster Making Workshop for The Annual March to Save the Amazon. Part of the EKU Latino Heritage Month 2021- 10th Anniversary celebrations and the Latino Street Fair. Get creative and help make posters and signs for the Wednesday's March to Save the Amazon Rainforest and River Basin. Workshop will be held today, Monday, Sept. 27th from 3-6 pm at the Bobby Verdugo and Yoli Rios Bilingual Peer Mentor and Tutoring Center in McCreary Hall (next to the Lancaster Avenue Pedway across from Grande Campus). Bring ideas and any materials you would like to incorporate into a poster for you to carry for the march. You can make more than one to share with other students. For more information, contact Sponsored by the Department of Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology.

Event Date: September 273:00 pm-6:00 pm  Location: McCreary Hall

Sponsor: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology

Join Public Health & Green Dot as they host a Pet Parade at Elmwood Mansion (green space). All welcome. All pets welcome. Prizes for pets! Categories include {Biggest Big E Fan, Smallest Big E Fan, Best Dressed, Pet-Owner Lookalike, and Best Pet Trick}! Celebrate Homecoming with your furry/feathery/scaly best friend!
Join the fun & get to know folks on campus and from the public health department!

Event Date: September 303:30-5:00 pm  Location: Elmwood Mansion green space  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Public Health and Green Dot
Contact Information: Dr. Molly McKinney, 859-622-2129

Survey participation is being requested for Honors 420 Thesis Project and Seminar for Ms. Rachel Lehkamp. All majors are welcome to participate in the survey. The purpose of this survey is to assess college students' opinions regarding current controversial intelligence-gathering actions of the Intelligence Community. I will be assessing different opinions regarding students with different majors/prior information and backgrounds regarding the topic. IRB approval has been obtained for this research. To participate in the survey please click on "more on this announcement".

Sponsor: EKU Honors Program

YPP are planning some fun and exciting activities this fall! Be a part of a philanthropic movement that will enhance your leadership capabilities and other interpersonal skills most sought after by employers. All meetings will be held via Zoom or a reserved room on EKU main campus while practicing CDC guidelines until further notice. Please help us spread the word! EKU Young Professionals in Philanthropy Interest Form:

Event Date: September 054:00 pm - 5:00 pm  Location: Zoom   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Annual Giving
Contact Information: Keisha Williams , (859) 622-6802
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Kickoff EKU Homecoming week with an EKU themed craft!

Event Date: September 2711:00am - 2:00pm  Location: Powell Plaza  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Student Life
Contact Information: Cheyenne Mitchell, 8596225678
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Modern Warrior LIVE is the film version of the theatrical performance about one veteran’s experience when returning to civilian life and his recovery from trauma. Narrated by co-creator Staff Sergeant Jaymes Poling, who spent three years in Afghanistan as an infantryman with the 82nd Airborne Division, this autobiographical production details Poling’s time in the military and his subsequent transition back home.

Event Date: September 286:00pm  Location: O'Donnell Auditorium  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Office of Military & Veterans Affairs
Contact Information: Barbara Kent, 859-622-7838

EKU Latino Heritage Month 2021 - 10th Anniversary! EKU's annual Latino Heritage Month festivities celebrate the Latino/Latina/Latinx cultures and communities on EKU Campus and beyond. The Annual Street Fair brings music, arts, food, games, and learning opportunities right to you at this highly anticipated and beloved event. Come join the fun at Powell Corner! Experience the diversity and riqueza (wealth) of the Latinx Culture. Sponsored by: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology; The Bobby Verdugo and Yoli Rios Bilingual Peer Mentor and Tutoring Center; The Latino Student Association; The Division of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; Student Life & First-Year Experience; The Center for Inclusive Excellence & Global Engagement; The Chautauqua Lecture Series; EKU Libraries.

Event Date: September 2710:00 am - 2 pm  Location: Powell Corner

Sponsor: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology

Understanding the roots of test anxiety can be key to coping with it. This workshop will help you manage test anxiety and give you tools for test preparation. Click More on this Announcement for more information.

Event Date: September 276:00 pm  Location: Student Success Center (Library 106D)  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Student Success Center
Contact Information: Dr. Ashley Sweat, 859-622-2469
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Learning to belay is an important part of the climbing experience at the EKU climbing center, or outside at any natural cliff face. This clinic teaches participants about equipment, knots, climbing skills, belay technique, catching falls, and lowering climbers; all with plenty of practice. Participants who have completed a workshop may then complete a free belay skills assessment to belay independently at the climbing wall.

Event Date: September 276:00 PM to 8:00 PM  Location: EKU Climbing Center  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Adventure Programs
Contact Information: Dakota McClendon, (859) 622 - 5251
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Join the EKU Counseling Center staff today for a workshop on Distress Tolerance. When life feels like you’re currently in the middle of an unfinished Jumanji game, your emotions can activate with a high degree of intensity. Changes in your daily routine and the people you’re around can lead to a mixture of emotions. These new experiences can be stressful. The tools provided in this workshop are aimed to provide you with skills to navigate these intense emotions and increase the positive experiences throughout your day.

Event Date: September 2710:30AM  Location: Online  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Ready & Able is an affirming support group for students who are navigating college life with health conditions and/or disabilities. This is a weekly virtual support group provided by the EKU Counseling Center and hosted through a secure video platform.
TO ATTEND TODAY’S GROUP: email 15 minutes prior to group to receive group zoom link.

Event Date: September 2711:30am - 12:30pm   Location: e-mail for attendance link   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Untapped Brilliance is a group for those living with ADHD. This group is designed to tap into the skills and talents that are a part of living with ADHD and develop strategies to use those gifts in every part of life. This virtual group is provided by the EKU Counseling Center and is hosted through a secure video platform. A group orientation is required to join this group. Please contact Brett Smith at or (859)622-1303 if interested or for more information.

Event Date: September 272:30pm-4:00pm   Location: call the EKU Counseling Center at (859) 622-1303 for more information   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center