The Black Student Union will host a discussion about the stigma and stereotypes between light skinned and dark skinned people. All are welcome to participate in the discussion. For more information email email@example.com .
Center for Multicultural Education
Come join us for drag performances, a costume contest, dancing and a night of fun. Bring candy for sharing; $2 charitable donation suggested but not required.
Join us for s'mores and a campfire. Food or drinks to share are welcome. After the party we will walk together as a group to go Campaniling.
You are invited to join us in remembering members of the LGBT community that have died as a result of suicide or hate crimes. We will discuss the prevalence of hate crimes against LGBT people, as well as the rate of suicide In the community. The only thing we ask that you bring is love.
Come join us in celebrating the presence of our straight/cisgender allies! We will be talking about the importance of allies in our community and what it means to be an ally.
Looking to educate yourself about the LGBT community? Come join us in learning about what it means to be LGBT! We encourage you to ask the panelists questions.
The Hispanic Latino Student Union is hosting a Quinceañera Dance Party. Come and celebrate the last event for Hispanic Heritage Month. Admission is free; refreshments provided.
Join the Multicultural Teaching Alliance and learn what it's like to teach or student teach internationally. Guest speakers (including a student teacher who will Skype with us from Costa Rica) will share their first-hand experiences with international teaching and discuss how education majors can complete their student teaching in an international placement.
Come join us to discuss the elections. We will be talking about the issues from all perspectives. It will be held in the Maucker Union Presidential Room.
In conjunction with the Cornerstone course, the Center for Multicultural Education has started community book discussions with the Cornerstone text "The Warmth of Other Suns". Join UNI staff and faculty, as well as Cedar Valley community members for the book discussion on Wednesday, October 3rd in the Elm Room (Maucker Union), from 12 to 1 p.m. Bring your lunches and come to share your thoughts on the Great Migration.