Latino Fest is the premier celebration of the Latino culture on the Manhattan College campus.
The event is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4. and will be held in the Raymond W. Kelly Student Commons building in Rooms 5A, 5B and 5C.
A DJ will be present as students will come together to enjoy dinner and dancing in Latino fashion.
Student Engagement presents Latino Fest, as historically Fuerza Latina also takes part to bring this event to the students of Manhattan College.
This past week the Manhattan College Student Government attended the annual Chicago Student Government Training Conference, which promises to give students the tools to improve their Student Government.
With that said, another Student Government Assembly Meeting will take place this Wednesday, Nov. 2. at 12 p.m.
Assembly meetings are opened to any student that wishes to attend and are a great chance for students to see how Student Government operates and influences the college.
The meetings also give students a chance to take part in the action. Anyone sitting in the meeting can raise a concern that they may have in regards to Manhattan College or the surrounding community.
The meeting will take place in the Raymond W. Kelly Student Commons Room 4B.
Agape Latte is a newer event on campus that started last year to create conversations about faith and how that connects to real life questions that students may have.
Sponsored by Campus Ministry and Social Action, the event provides Fair Trade coffee, live music, food and most importantly, conversation.
Campus leaders speak at Agape Latte as they share a part of their life that was enriched by faith. Trivia and a question period often also take part of this monthly occurrence on campus.
The event will be held in the newly renovated Japer Hall First Floor Lounge on Nov. 2. at 7 p.m. This is the second Agape Latte of the fall semester.
Society of Women Engineers Guest Speaker
Donna Hager, CEO and Founder of Macan Deve Engineers, is visiting Manhattan College to aid female students towards their career path in various engineering fields. Currently, these industries are vastly dominated by males.
The Society of Women Engineers presents this event, which will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 2. at 12 p.m.
Hager will be available to answer questions, provide insight and also to share personal stories of how she got to where she is today.