Crimson Table - September 29 | 3:00-5:00 PM
Join us in honoring inclusive excellence and experience a unique menu of light hors d'oeuvres in the new Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.
Guest will enjoy traditional Hula, Bachata and Cumbia dance performances and musical entertainment from student acapella group God's Harmony and TJ Alvis and Company. Entertainment will occur throughout the afternoon.
Extremely limited parking is available in the lot next to the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center. All other lots will be observing game-day parking. Shuttle service to and from the event will be available for guests staying in the Pullman Holiday Inn Express or Marriott Residence Inn. Please indicate if you would like to use the shuttle when you purchase your tickets.
Tickets can be purchased online here. Tickets are $35 each with an optional $15 donation to WSU's student-led leadership conferences VIBES, CASHE, and SHAPING. Guests will not receive a printed ticket for this event but their name will be added to the guest list. Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door.
About VIBES, CASHE, and SHAPING
Visionary Inspiring Black Empowered Students (VIBES)
VIBES aims to motivate and encourage high school students to seek higher education opportunities. Sponsored by the Black Student Union of WSU, the conference strives to give tomorrow's youth a sense of direction with higher education and community minded leadership through mentoring and volunteerism.
Children of Aztlan Sharing Higher Education (C.A.S.H.E) Conference
CASHE was created by WSU students in 1996. CASHE has evolved into a conference where Chicano/a and Latino/a high school students from across the state spend a weekend at WSU experiencing leadership, cultural empowerment, and a desire to take this new knowledge back to their communities to share with others.
Shaping High School Asian Pacific Islanders for the Next Generation (SHAPING)
SHAPING is a leadership conference that specifically targets junior and senior high school level students of Asian-American/Pacific Islander descent. This annual event on the Pullman campus intends to foster and address the needs of higher education among the Asian-American/Pacific Islander community.
Smoked Salmon Crostini with Sour Cream Dill Sauce, Red Onion & Caper Relish
Street Corn Empanada with Cilantro Crema, Cotija Cheese
Spiced Lamb Meatballs with Red Pepper Harissa
Huli Huli Style Chicken Satay
Huckleberry Fry Bread with Sweet Cream Cheese
Saffron African Drop Donut
Matcha Tea Cake
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