Over the last 100 years no group has grown as rapidly or consistently as the Latin American community. The reasons are as varied as the nation’s that make up the tableau of incredible cultures that fall under that umbrella. Even […]
It is very common for Sinclair students to pay attention to our main campus, and why wouldn’t they? It is a huge place, with many different opportunities, located in the center of a very popular city in the state of […]
Last Thursday, on October 19, the Diversity Office of Sinclair gathered students and faculty alike in room 7-006 to sit down and discuss why America is currently considered a nation that is drifting apart. Before any talking could begin, Chief […]
on September 21, the Peace Place hosted an open house from 1-3 p.m. for students to come in and see the revamped location. Snacks, fidgets, and blessing beads were distributed. Check them out at room 10-442 Jay Mazega. Staff Writer.
Designed to protect and empower students, The Student Engagement Center recently held a collaborative presentation with the aim of protecting and empowering students. Attendees at the fireplace in Building 10 learned about the Green Dot program and the ways it […]
On Wednesday, September 6, Sinclair Community Engagement hosted, in partnership with the Humane Society of Greater Dayton, the Cat Café. Students were able to sit down and play around with kittens to de-stress. Volunteers and workers of the Humane Society […]