OneVibe Diversity Day

OneVibe Diversity Day is the Department of Institutional Equity & Student Engagement's annual celebration of LBCC's rich array of cultures. Traditionally held in the Courtyard on the second Wednesday in May, OneVibe Diversity Day is filled with live music, drumming and dancing, food, and dozens of campus and community groups hosting information tables and activities.

2017 performers:

  • Bagpiper Mark Mullaney
  • Monmouth Taiko
  • Miss Dharma Prada MacPherson
  • David Visiko and Fe Fanyi West African Drum & Dance Troupe
Japanese style drumming group performing Drag queen dancing in front of a tent  African drumming group and dancer in front of tent
 Bagpiper with four young women posing Three men sitting at Vets Club information table Adults and children walking in courtyard
Photo of drummers with emotional faces  Man in Scottish regalia playing bagpipes in a sunny courtyard  Two members of African drum group drumming in front of tent


2016 performers:

  • Monmouth Taiko
  • Mariachi Portland de Rafael Cervantes, feat. Noemi Cervantes
Students at table serving fruit juice Mariachi singer close-up  Mariachi band performing under a tent
Mariachi band and singer performing under tent, from behind  Students choosing popsicles from cart Japanese-style drummers performing under a tent
Students with popsicles posing and smiling Two mariachi musicians performing under a tent Students gathered in a courtyard, smiling


2015 performers:

  • Mexicatiahui Danza Azteca
  • Subterranean
  • Blue Light Special
  • The Sirens
  • Dance Club
  • Miss Dharma Prada MacPherson
  • Noemi Cervantes
Drag queen with bright blue wig performing Men's vocal group performing in courtyard in front of tent Rock band performing under a tent
Women's singing group performing in courtyard Young woman singing Three young women dancing in front of tent
Young woman and man sitting at information table Aztec Dancers in costume dancing in courtyard Women's vocal group singing in courtyard with people watching


2014 performers:

  • Painted Sky North Star Dancers
  • Won Tan Nara Productions African Drum, Dance & Culture
  • 4-H Ballet Folklorico of OSU Extension
  • Members of LBCC's Gay-Straight Alliance
  • East Dream Chinese Dance Group
  • Muti Marimba
Native American dancers in traditional costume Two people in traditional costume playing African drums Blue roadrunner mascot talking to child in stroller with parents
Two same-sex couples facing each other, holding flowers and dressed formally Women in traditional costume dancing in a circle in courtyard Chinese women in traditional costume dancing
Marimba band playing in courtyard Two students at an information table talking to another person  Native American man wearing traditional beaded costume and headdress