Learn more about queer parenting and the legal and social aspects of raising in children in an LGBT home.
Chad Pregracke grew up on the Mississippi River and realized that the Mississippi, along with many other rivers, needed to be cleaned up. Since 1998, he has created a social movement around improving the quality of our nation's rivers. Chad shares an incredible message about how one person can use an environmental issue to make a large impact on the planet.
QUASH is not your Grandma's scavenger hunt! Join us and try your hand at a QUASH-spot and get your team of 2-4 members signed up to QUASH on April 26!
The Explorers of Religion Club will host Susan Hill who will discuss various interpretations of homosexuality in the Bible.
The Quest to Unravel Alzheimer's Scavenger Hunt (QUASH) is a part physical, part mental, campus-wide scavenger hunt that raises awareness and funds to benefit the Alzheimer's Association. Join us for the kickoff event for this years QUASH event! There will interactive games, music and lots of prizes!
We want to recognize all the work that students have done on different campaigns. We want to have some fun while telling funny election stories.
"What does it mean to be White?" will be presented by Stephanie Logan, curriculum and instruction. Teacher educators often encourage white students to explore the cultural experiences of others, but not the evolution of whiteness.
NEW! Everyone has 5 minutes to give!
Stop & Serve, a new event sponsored by the Student Involvement Center, provides brief, on-campus volunteer opportunities for students. Students have the opportunity to work on service projects focused on a variety of social issues in the community, region and nation.
Students are welcome to stop by Maucker Union for however long they have to give. There is no time commitment required. All projects are easy and fun, so bring some friends, enjoy free treats and do some good for your community.