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Spring 2015 Events






Welcome Back Bingo



MUC 213

Meet new students or learn new things about your current friends! Bingo activity will be interactive so come ready to have fun and win cool prizes.

Finanicial Aid Workshop



 MUC 213

 A TSAC member will be here to answer any of your financial aid questions.  We will also have computers available for FAFSA completion.


Experience the Art of Capoeira





Capoeira is a Brazilian Martial Art that combines dance, acrobatics and music. We will introduce some techniques and allow time for play.

GRE and LSAT Practice Exams




Princeton Review will be here proctoring practice GRE and LSAT exams.  This is FREE for all students but does requires pre-registration.  Space is limited!  Register HERE

USHLI - United States Hispanic Leadership Institute

02/12 - 02/15

Not All About Tacos: Dominican Republic


12pm - 1pm

MUC 213 (HCC)

Stop by the Hispanic Cultural Center to learn about the Dominican Republic as well as the food inspired from the country. The presentation will be presented by Jay Owens and Randy Valerio.

Spanish Game Night


3pm - 4:30pm 

MUC 213 (HCC)

Play Manzana Con Manzana (Apples to Apples) in Spanish. Light Refreshments will be provided. 

Spanish Game Night


3pm - 4:30pm

Play Scrabble: Spanish Edition. Light Refreshments will be provided.

Tres Vidas Core Ensemble 



Clement Auditorium A chamber music theatre work for singing actress and trio (cello, piano and percussion) based on the lives of three legendary Latin American Women: Mexican Painter Frida Kahlo, Salvadoran peasant activist Rufina Amaya and Argentinean poet Alfonsina Storni. Text is by Marjorie Agosin. Music includes popular and folk songs from Mexico, El Salvador and Argentina as well as Vocal and Instrumental Music by Astor Piazolla, Carlos Gardel and Osvaldo Golijov. 

Fort Campbell Blood Drive


10am - 3pm


Austin Peay Main Campus Blood Drive


10am - 3pm

Memorial Health Building - The Red Barn

Stop by The Red Barn anytime between 10am - 3pm to donate blood in support of Caesar Chavez day. Donaters will recieve a free t-shirt. To register a time slot, go to and enter the sponsor code: APSU.

APSU - What Would You Do? w/ John Quinones


4pm -4:30pm

MUC 213 (HCC)

John Quinones will make his first stop in APSU at the Hispanic Cultural Center. If you like a chance to meet him and ask a few questions before the Presentation, stop by the Center. 

Foreign Language Fair - Mexico


9am - 2pm

Memorial Health Building - The Red Barn

The Foreign Language Fair will be a showcase of different Mexican inspired styles of Dance, Food, and more. This fair is geared towards high school students but if you would like to participate stop by the Hispanic Cultural Center for more information.

Dance Showcase


5:30pm - 6:30pm

Foy Basketball Court

Stop by the Foy Basketball to learn and practice how to dance Salsa. Class lead by our very own Emily Stark and Oscar Campuzano. 

10 Year Anniversary Reception 


6pm - 10:30pm

F&M Bank (5th Floor)

The Hispanic Cultural Center is turning 10 years old. Come celebrate with us at the 5th Floor of the F&M Bank. There will be a banquet dinner, a DJ, and dancing. To purchase your tickets for the event click on this link or stop by the HCC. Student tickets are $6 and Alumni and Faculty Tickets are $15. 

Spanish Game Night


3pm - 4:30pm

HCC (MUC 203)

The games: Heads Up and Hangman (In Spanish). The refreshments: Tres Leches Cake. The Players: You of course!

Aloha Peayple


3pm - 6pm Foy Pool Aloha Peayple. A laua theme party hosted by GPC and Hispanic Cultural Center. There will be food, fun, and luau themed giveways so make sure you stop by. 

Trivia Night w/ the History Club


5:30pm - 6:30pm

Claxton 103

The History Club and the Hispanic Cultural Center are teaming up for a Trivia Night. This is a general trivia with prizes worth up to $200.