The Equinox Conference is a special yearly tradition that concludes the Mexican student exchange visit and gives Oak Hill students the opportunity to learn from University of Oregon international students about their home culture. Each year, a tree is planted on the Oak Hill campus, and poems in Spanish, Chinese, and French about the environment are read to open the conferences. University of Oregon international students from the International Cultural Service Program conduct seminars spanning the day, and the day ends with the Neon Dance.