Cama-i Room celebrates 10 years at UAA Oct. 8, 2015

by Michelle Saport  |   

2015_CR_10thanniversary_webThursday, Oct. 8, 6:30 p.m. Gorsuch Commons, Cama-i Room

Celebrate the creation of the Cama-i Room and 10 years at UAA by enjoying good food and good company. We will be hosting guest speakers, an art show, dance groups, a throwing party, potlatch gift giving and a dinner featuring baked salmon, reindeer stew, berries, Pilot Bread and tea.

The Cama-i Room is a social gathering place and study center for all UAA students and is located in the Gorsuch Commons on the student housing campus. Cama-i Room programs and activities celebrate Alaska Native, Native American and Alaska cultures. Cama-i (pronounced Cha-my) is a Yupik and Alutiiq word for "welcome" and "hello," and encompasses the spirit in which this room was created.

This event is free and open to the public

Presented by the Department of Residence Life and the Alaska Native & Rural Outreach Program (ANROP).

For more information about this or other ANROP/Cama-i Room events, please contact ANROP Coordinator Karla Booth at (907) 751-7452 or You can also visit the Residence Life website at

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