Archive for Author: Celeste
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Part of my experience at Iowa State University is the opportunities that I get to go on school-sponsored trips and conferences. The Asian Student Union decided to attend the Midwest Asian American Student Union (MAASU) conference in Boulder, Colorado. This is an annual conference that promotes the spreading of diversity, build leadership, and promote unity […] [READ MORE]

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March 8, 2019 is International Women’s Day. Will you be celebrating? Iowa State celebrates women leaders and success in many different ways. As a liberal arts and sciences student, a building I often go to is the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics. Thanks to them, I have had the privilege to attend […] [READ MORE]

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I spend a lot of days studying at home or at the Parks Library, but I also like to go to coffee shops or cafes to get some studying done or to interview people for my journalism papers. Ames has several great, cute little coffee shops and I thought I would share with you guys […] [READ MORE]

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I don’t know about you, but I was a rough teenager to deal with. From mood swings to cultural disagreements to breaking curfews, my parents and I argued a lot as I was growing up. That’s not to say that we had a bad relationship, but I’m just saying that I was quite the bratty […] [READ MORE]

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February is Black History Month. Since 1976, every U.S. president officially designated February as Black History Month. Iowa State is celebrating with a bunch of events, guest speakers, and more! I personally am planning to go to the screening of “Souls of Black Girls,” an award-winning documentary by filmmaker Daphne Valerius, at the Parks Library […] [READ MORE]

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