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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.


ISUPD Badge reading: Police Iowa State University Ames, IA

Interview with ISUPD: Deputy Natasha Greene

26 Apr 2018 4:59 PM

Damien Damien

Since coming to Iowa State University, I have noticed that it is a pretty quiet in Ames (besides late Friday and Saturday night). On weekdays, when I am heading to class, it’s not uncommon for me to see an ISUPD vehicle cruising behind a Cyride bus through campus. In fact, it’s never uncommon for me to see an ISUPD vehicle, as they are always on patrol, 24/7.

Staff/Faculty Interview     ISUPD

Reclaiming Our Colors: The 2018 Cardinal and Gold

13 Apr 2018 10:57 AM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

On Friday, our community gathered for the inaugural Cardinal and Gold event in the Great Hall. This event celebrated the contributions made my people and communities of color to Iowa State University and honored a number of groups and individuals.

Justin Winkel served as master of ceremonies and introduced the event with these words:

In My Words    

Students posing together in front of gold MAASU balloons

The Midwest Asian American Students Union: Reflections (Part 1)

12 Apr 2018 4:35 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

The Midwest Asian American Students Union strives to recognize the needs of the Asian Pacific Islanders American (APIA) Community.

The following list contains the objectives of MAASU:

Adventure     Asian American

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Meet Tricia Stouder

12 Apr 2018 1:28 PM

Cynthia

Say a big hello to Tricia Stouder! Tricia Stouder had been with Iowa State University since 2010 but has been with Admissions since 2015. Her current position is as the Coordinator for Admissions Early Outreach. She works with a variety of programs such as Early Outreach Program (EOP). EOP is a week-long residential summer program for Iowa resident multicultural students and potential first-generation college students entering the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades. Read down below to learn about Tricia Stouder!

Staff/Faculty Interview    

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Reclaiming Our Colors by Emily

09 Apr 2018 3:33 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

I grew up in small-town Iowa. It was predominantly white people, so there were not a lot of minorities. You could probably count the number of people of color on both of your hands. In my class, there was one other girl who was from China until another family moved to town in our middle school years.

In My Words     Asian American

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Check It Out: The Big XII Conference on Black Student Government

09 Apr 2018 12:49 PM

Guest Blogger Guest Blogger

The Black Student Alliance traveled to Texas this spring for the Big XII Conference on Black Student Government

The Big XII Conference on Black Student Government is a organization composed of Big XII schools such as Iowa State, Mizzou(founding school), K-State, University of Kansas, Oklahoma State, University of Oklahoma, University of Texas at Austin, Baylor University and newly added Texas Tech.

Adventure, Club Spotlight     Black/African American

Meet Sunny Hsu

08 Apr 2018 3:53 PM

Cynthia

Meet Sunny Hsu, She is MSA's one and only accounting clerk of more than 2 years. Did you know Sunny has lived in Ames for 11 years now, read down below to read more about Sunny! Also don't forget to come visit her and say hello at the Mutlicultural Student Affairs Office!

What is your favorite thing about Iowa State Unviersity? 

Watching the sports, especially basketball. You can always see the school spirit!

iowa state basketball GIF

Staff/Faculty Interview    

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