Join the discussion. Broaden your cultural knowledge, share your perspective and gain unique insights at Gateway’s Diversity 365 cultural events on campus. See below for our list of D365 campus events. At the bottom of the page, you’ll also find information about requesting a sign language interpreter.
Gateway programs and activities are open to everyone who is interested.
Hear a Better World: Make Listening Safe
Join us throughout the month to learn ways to protect your hearing and promote ear and hearing care.
Stop by to get a free pair of earplugs and other giveaways, plus find out more about ear protection and deafness.
Wednesday, March 22 | 12:30-2:30 p.m. | Elkhorn Campus, Atrium
Watch short videos and expand your hearing knowledge. Students who watch all four videos and complete the weekly quizzes will receive a prize. The week 3 video and quiz are linked below. Check back on Monday, March 27, for the fourth video.
Week 3: March 20-26
Video: What You Should Know About Captions
Take the quiz
Deafness in Literature Giveaway
Stop by a Learning Success Center for the chance to win one of three novels highlighting deafness in literature. Just add your name to the jar to enter!
“Hear a Better World” LibGuide
Find interesting information on deafness and hearing loss by visiting this LibGuide on the library website.
Celebrate Women’s History Month
Join us for exciting events in March as we commemorate the vital role women have played in American history.
Chill & Justice: A Music Listening Session
Music is believed to have the power to break down social walls and overcome differences that divide us. At this session, we’ll listen to songs of social justice, change and inspiration in honor of Women's History Month.
Friday, March 24 | 3–4 p.m. | Join via Zoom
Leading Bravely Presentation
Hear from a diverse panel of successful female leaders, and be inspired by their experiences – whether quiet or loud, bold or timid – to lead bravely in your life.
Thursday, March 30 | 6–7:30 p.m. | Join via Zoom
Paint An Icon At-Home Event
Painting by number allows you to slow down and engage in a creative activity that contributes to a sense of calm. Celebrate remarkable female icons by painting them with a free paint-by-number kit! Complete the request form to have a kit mailed to your house.
Available while supplies last.
SPUD-tacular St. Patrick's Day Event
A spud-tacular way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
Students can enjoy a FREE loaded baked potato while supplies last!
March 22, 2023 • 11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Kenosha Campus, Academic Building - Student Life Center and Garden Room
March 23, 2023 • 11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Elkhorn Campus, South Building - Student Commons
Cost is $5 for staff. This event is sponsored by Student Life and Student Government.
Questions? Contact Student Life at email@example.com.
Learn a wee bit about St. Patrick
The feast of St. Patrick’s Day, held traditionally on March 17, recognizes the date of St. Patrick’s death in 461 C.E. Born in Roman-controlled Britain in the late 4th Century, St. Patrick was kidnapped at age 16 and enslaved in Ireland. After escaping bondage, he returned about 432 C.E. to convert Irish pagans to Christianity. By the time of his death, he founded monasteries, churches and schools. Potatoes, which typically flourish in even poor quality soil, have long been a staple of Irish cuisine. They took on even greater cultural significance following the Great Famine between 1845 and 1849 when a blight wiped out successive potato crops.
The Black Male Initiative Kickoff
Help create a brotherhood focused on Black male achievement. Through the Black Male Initiative, you can sit at the table and share your experience as a Black male at Gateway.
Join us for the kickoff event in April, where you’ll learn more about the program and its opportunities for you to gain a leadership role in supporting other Black males on campus, changing the experience of Black males on campus, and more. The event includes lunch, music, games and prizes too!
Transportation can be provided for students from the Kenosha and Elkhorn Campus to the Racine Campus venue. All are welcome!
April 11 | 12-2 p.m. | Racine Campus, Racine Conference Center, Great Lakes Room | Register
Please contact Desmar McDuffie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sabrina Morgan at email@example.com for more information.
The top three winners earn prizes!
Join for the chance to win a gift card: First place - $50; Second place - $30; Third place - $20
Staff is welcome to play, but only students are eligible to win a gift card.
12-1 p.m. | Join via Zoom
- February 2, 2023
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- April 6, 2023
Questions? Please contact Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.