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11 a.m. - 12 p.m., Student Commons
Study Abroad: Italy, Normandy and More!

Join STLCC International Education Coordinator Chris Sulincevski and
Study Abroad faculty for a workshop on 2018 opportunities in several countries. The discussion will focus on available courses, trips and payment options, as well as potential scholarships and grants.


9:30-10:30 a.m., Room 214
Haiku Writing Workshop
Internationally recognized haiku poet Ben Moeller-Gaa will lead a special workshop for students in STLCC-Wildwood’s Creative Writing class on the forms and traditions of Japanese poetry.
11 a.m. - 12 p.m., Room 301
Seasonal Haiku Reading with Ben Moeller-Gaa
Internationally recognized haiku poet Ben Moeller-Gaa will share his work during a special presentation at STLCC-Wildwood. Moeller-Gaa’s first full-length collection of poems, Wishbones, is forthcoming from Folded Word. His haikus, essays and reviews have appeared in more than 40 journals. Learn more at:  benmoellergaa.com
11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Campus Bookstore
Taco Tuesday
Celebrate International Education Week with free tacos from the campus bookstore. All students and staff are invited to enjoy Taco Tuesday!
11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Campus Lobby
Mexican Crafts | Sponsored by Spanish Club
Visit the lobby to make fun and fabulous Mexican crafts with Spanish instructor Burnette McNamee. All of the materials and instructions for
God’s eyes and paper flowers will be provided.
12-5 p.m., Campus Lobby
Sports Day | Sponsored by Amnesty International
Gather your friends and make new ones as you enjoy a variety of international sports. Games will include: ping pong, badminton, carom (finger pool) and more.


1-2 p.m., Room 102A
War, Revolution, Art
In the midst of World War I, the Russian Revolution of 1917 sent shock waves around the world - and continues to impact the world today. It heralded a new world - exciting for some, frightening for many.  Explore the radical new art of a radical new world, born of war and revolution  with David Borgmeyer, Ph.D., assistant professor and director of the  International Studies Program at Saint Louis University.
12:45 - 2:30 p.m., Room 226
Mexican Fiesta and Spanish Movie
Deepen your understanding of the Spanish language and its culture by viewing a movie in Spanish while sampling delicious enchiladas and other treats. Everyone is welcome, even those who don’t speak Spanish.


11 a.m. - 12 p.m., Room 102A
Drawn North: Culture and Illustrated Media in Canada featuring Dr. Jaleen Grove
Just who are Canadians? Are they just like Americans, only with friendlier health care plans and more maple syrup? One of the best ways to learn about another country is to look at what it has published. 
In this presentation, art historian Dr. Jaleen Grove will survey illustrated media by Canadians that address Canadian identity and Canada–US relations, including graphic novels, first nations art, children’s books, caricatures and vintage magazine covers. Grove is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Popular Print at Washington University’s Dowd Modern Graphic History Library.




Wildwood 10 year celebration

Join us for 10 events celebrating 10 years of educational excellence at STLCC-Wildwood

Host of the Wildwood BBQ Bash
Sept. 22-24
Howl & Prowl Fall Festival
Oct. 20
Paint Night | Party Night
Scholarship Fundraiser
Oct. 25
Live Radio Play:  A Christmas Carol – in Prose
Dec. 1
Student Celebration:  Time Capsule Creation
Jan. 31
Eco-Art Exhibition and Open Mic Night
March 8
March 10

Campus Beautification Project
April 13
STLCC Run for Rescue 5K
May 5


Other Events


9/28  - 
Open Mic Night  |  6 - 9 p.m.  |  Student Commons

9/29  - 
Video/Board Game Day  |  11 a.m. - 3 p.m.  |  Multipurpose Room Side A