Archive for Multicultural Student Affairs Tag
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If no one has told you college is hard and tiring. It really challenges you to become independent and maintain control of your life. Depending on the student and involvement, you can be jam-packed with course work, student organization meetings, residence hall events, social events, campus lectures, undergraduate research, a student job…the list continues on. […] [READ MORE]

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Throughout the spring semester of the freshman year I woke up at 8:00 am twice a week to meet with my class of Cyclone Aides. Our seminar was often an opportunity for campus resources to come in and speak with us about how they relate to our position. The lesson that impacted me the most […] [READ MORE]

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Ever wondered what kinds of services and support Iowa State can provide for you during your college career? [READ MORE]

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To close out the year, MSA had a final ceremony to say goodbye to all the multicultural students! This is where we received one of our nice stoles! 🙂 [READ MORE]

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So if you didn’t know, February is Black History Month! I’ve decided, in light of this fact, to share some information I have learned about the various opportunities available to black and multicultural students at Iowa State. George Washington Carver was the first African American graduate of Iowa State University. He is known for coming […] [READ MORE]