African American students share the importance of celebrating Black History Month on a predominantly white campus.
Tag: Another Type of Groove
ATOG hosts comedian and soul-baring spoken word poets
Another Type of Groove creates a safe space for all students to express themselves.
Poet Bri Blue ‘in the right place’ at ATOG
“I guess you could say I am what people would never expect a poet to look like.”
‘Back on the attack’ at ATOG with Judah 1
“If God is in you, what will you do? What will you not do? It’s up to you.”
Open mic, open minds: ATOG returns better than ever
Poetry “can reach through and touch a quiet point of complete understanding with someone you have never even seen before.”
Saint comes marching in to Another Type of Groove
ATOG will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with guest poet Saint.
Another Type of Groove attacks gender inequality
It was a conglomeration of voices.
First ATOG of the year celebrates Latino heritage series
Put some corn tortillas in oil. Set them at a low boil. Hear them sizzle.
ATOG celebrates Asian Pacific Islander Month with "SuperB"
ATOG features poet Brian “SuperB” Oliva” on May 7.
ATOG to celebrate Women's HERstory month
ATOG will celebrate Women’s HERstory Month with featured poet Simply Kat.
Prentice Powell returns to ATOG as featured poet
Poet and educator Prentice Powell will step onto Chumash Auditorium’s stage for the fifth time on Feb. 5 for the Another Type of Groove: Spoken Word Poetry event. It is part of the MultiCultural Center’s (MCC) celebration of Black History Month.