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The Hype features submissions from Iowa State University multicultural students. The Hype is hosted by the Office of Multicultural Students Affairs; however, the views expressed are not necessarily those of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, Iowa State University, the Iowa Board of Regents or the State of Iowa.


Ashley Brent's Experience at Iowa State

06 Apr 2021 3:58 PM

By: Nsafi

Ashley Brent chose to attend Iowa State due to the combination of majors that she wanted to take and as well as the courses that were going to be offered to her. 

Brent attended a high school in the capital city of Missouri where she enjoyed her school experience because of her love for academics and the extracurricular activity of band. She expressed how the band helped balance the stress that came with the school. 

Brent is currently a junior majoring in environmental science and community regional planning. 

Adventure, Staff/Faculty Interview    

Destiny Payne's Experience at Iowa State

23 Mar 2021 2:45 PM

By: Nsafi

When Destiny Payne was deciding what school, she wanted to attend after her undergraduate program, she wanted to pick an institution that would give her a different experience than her last institution. She wanted to go to a bigger institution that also had a well-established student affairs program.

So, when she found out that she could enroll in a student affairs program that had a social justice focus, she was immediately attracted to Iowa State.

Adventure, In My Words, Staff/Faculty Interview    

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The Crazy Life of A Mexican Warr;or by Hugo

25 Nov 2020 12:00 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

My name is Hugo O. Perez Loa! I am a recent graduate from the class of Fall 2020 at Iowa State University! My Major is in BLS (Bachelors of Liberal Studies) and I’m from Storm Lake, Iowa!

 

The Crazy Life of A Mexican Warr;or is a YouTube video series that was created by, yours truly! I was nominated by Brian Behnken to do a collaboration with Iowa State’s MSA (Multicultural Student Affairs) Office, as well as their student website blog, The Hype, to produce a post of my experience as a Multicultural college student and, of course, as an Iowa State Student.

In My Words     Latinx, LGBTQIA+

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Meet Grace Shultis: Writing and Media Center Consultant

22 Sep 2020 8:24 AM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

Beginning September 17, ISU’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs & Writing and Media Center offer FREE peer tutoring services for MSA students working on any form of written, oral, visual, or electronic communication!

Leadership Callout     Writing Media Center, GWC, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

two protesters with signs. Sign 1: All lives can't matter until BLM. Sign 2: We will not relent. Justice for George.

Protest in 8 Frames by Takashi Runtsch

12 Jun 2020 8:44 AM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

On May 25th, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by a police officer outside of a grocery store in Minneapolis for allegedly using a fake 20 dollar bill. His death is one in a long and storied history of police brutality against African-Americans in the United States. Shortly after, protests began in Minneapolis, and have swept across the globe. My name is Takashi Runtsch, and on May 30th, I participated in one such protest in Minneapolis. These photos document my experience.

In My Words     Protest

The Cardinal and Gold 2020: Radiance of Us

30 Apr 2020 1:46 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

On April 24, we gathered virtually for the annual Cardinal and Gold awards show. Click on the video below to head the show and see the winners. Even though you can't see if in our formal wear, we loved getting to share a virtual space with our radiant community.

Congratulstions to award winners!

 

Leadership Callout    

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My Personal Growth In Dealing With Racism by Iluda

07 Apr 2020 1:51 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

At Iowa State University, the conversations about racism tend to never end. However, this makes sense as the recent campus news tells us, students of color, to be aware. From the vandalism in dorms, racial slurs chalked on the sidewalks, and recently racial tension toward Asians caused by the CoronaVirus 19. With racism happening over and over again to people of color, how do we deal with it? Here are my personal stories along with my personal growth in dealing with racism.

In My Words     College of Engineering, Asian American

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Four Years Later

31 Mar 2020 2:05 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

As a first-generation college student, my time here at college has not always been sunshine and rainbows. Upon arriving, I was faced with a few difficult circumstances such as:

Adventure, In My Words     College of Business, Asian American, Study Abroad

Current students: check your email for a message from msa

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM MSA

17 Mar 2020 11:48 AM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

At about 12:15pm on March 17th, the following email was sent to all multicultural students currently enrolled from Assistant Dean and Director of Multicultural Student Affairs, Kenyatta Shamburger. Click the link above to read the text of the email.

Good afternoon,

With all that is happening around us, I hope that each of you are having the opportunity to enjoy at least some of your spring break.

   

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Here at Iowa State by Rene

03 Mar 2020 2:06 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

As I got here to Iowa State, I didn’t realize how much of an impact this new environment would have on me and my identity. I come from Des Moines, Iowa, which definitely has a diverse population when in comparison to Ames Iowa. I grew up playing soccer most of my childhood and with the sport, I was able to meet many different people from different demographic groups. With that I found myself making friends with a lot of my peers, we came from different parts of world, but our love of the sport united us.

In My Words     Latinx, College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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