WNMU Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

The WNMU School of Business is providing tax services (VITA) for the community at the west entrance of Light Hall across from Castorena Hall, starting Mondays (8:30 a.m. to noon) and Wednesdays (8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.) from February 15 through April 15, 2021 (Tax Day). Services are available to families and individuals with an annual household income of $57,000 or less, and for those who are 65 years or older. Returns will not be prepared in-person. Instead, taxpayers may drop off their tax forms and students will complete the return throughout the week. Bring your: Photo ID (DL or State ID) Original Social Security Card(s) for taxpayers and dependents Tax forms, such as W-2s/ 1099s/ 1099-SA/etc. from all employers Proof of applicable tax deductible expenditures Bank Account & Routing Numbers or a voided check (preferably) Instructions for Drop off Site: Find an available parking spot. Locate the table set up on the West Entrance of Light Hall. (Light...

Virtual Opening Night Exhibition: (re)Presenting: an Indexical Archive of Silver City

As part of its spring 2021 season, WNMU Cultural Affairs in conjunction with WNMU Expressive Arts presents Presenting: Indexical Archive, an artist workshop with Alia Ali. Virtual Opening Night (open to public): March 4, 7 p.m. Registration required, please register here. This project consists of an artist lecture, student workshops, and an opening night event featuring work produced during Alia Ali's workshop, by WNMU students and faculty. The public is invited to this virtual exhibition to examine the objects and listen to the stories of the participants on WNMU’s website. Viewers are encouraged to explore the sound recordings and embrace the notion of oral history and storytelling, while maintaining a critical eye on those who create our narratives and archives. Alia Ali is a Yemeni-Bosnian-US multi-media artist. Having traveled to sixty-seven countries, lived in and between seven, and grown up among five languages, her most comfortable mode of communication is through...