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Hormel-Nguyen Intercultural Center

Photo of Hormel-Nguyen Intercultural Center at Sproul Hall

Department Overview

The Intercultural Center (IC) provides programs and services that support the personal and intellectual development of Asian American, LatinX, Multiracial, Native American, Queer (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender), low-income, international, students with disabilities and first-generation, college students at Swarthmore College. In addition, the IC promotes systemic change toward a multicultural perspective across the institution, and fosters community-building and collaboration among diverse groups both within and outside of the college.
 

2020 Spring Awards Banquet

Thank you for joining us to celebrate a great year and recognize the impactful work of our community members at the 2020 Spring Awards Banquet! (April 30, 2020) 

 

SEASON SZN 2020

Season SZN is a student led project aimed to create a space for folks to highlight their culture and share it with people in a small group setting. The cooking process is collaborative, and all throughout the process, participants discuss the cook's cultural background.

IC Arthouse

The IC Arthouse was created to provide a space for students to express themselves through music, comedy, spoken word, etc. Intercultural Center interns work to curate a cluster of arts around a mutual theme. In Fall 2019, the IC Arthouse has showcased student artists.

Grand Risings w/ Karen!

Grand Risings w/ Karen! is about cultivating intentionality by making each part of the morning meaningful and intentional for students and by coming together to meditate, reflect, and enjoy smoothies. Participants are guided to write their affirmations, gratitude, and intentions for the day and as they create their own ‘Chakra Smoothie’, and are guided through breathing meditations.

2020 Spring IC retreat

Meet the IC interns!

See the students who are currently working for the IC! 2019-2020 Team

Alumni of Color and LGBTQ + IC Meet and Greet 

Alumni of Color and LGBTQ + IC Meet and Greet at the Hormel-Nguyen Intercultural Center during Garnet Weekend activities.

SEASON SZN 2020

Season SZN is a student led project aimed to create a space for folks to highlight their culture and share it with people in a small group setting. The cooking process is collaborative, and all throughout the process, participants discuss the cook's cultural background.

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