Linda Ngo’s involvement in the Midwest Union of the Vietnamese Student Associations began early in her time at Indiana University.
During IU’s celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Asian American Association is hosting its fifth annual Indiana Asian American Conference on Mar. 30.
It was 2015 when Dr. Amrita Chakrabarti Myers first decided that Indiana University should do more to address the critical debates playing out in the country.
Dr. Yolanda Treviño recalls that her first realization of diversity came early. Living in Minnesota, Treviño had just entered kindergarten, after her parents settled down in the area after working seasonally as migrant farm workers.
When Alexis Beverly first came to Indiana University, she had no idea she would end up studying dance. Now a senior studying psychology, French, and African American and African Diaspora Studies from Indianapolis, Ind., Beverly first came to IU Bloomington intending to become a neurosurgeon.
The Indiana University Black Philanthropy Circle is proud to announce a $150,000 gift to the Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy, within IUPUI’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.
On February 21st, the Grand Hall of the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center was packed with enthusiastic attendees for the 2019 Black Knowledge Bowl.
For Brandon Merritt, attending the Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Asexual College Conference (MBLGTACC) offered a number of benefits.
Recruiting season can be stressful. Coming up with the perfect pitch, making a good first impression with recruiters and planning the appropriate outfit all go into consideration the night before a big career fair.
From the beginning of her college experience, Alyssa Claymiller knew that she wanted to study abroad.
From the day Dr. Michelle Rosemond first became the executive director of Retention Initiatives and Campuswide Advising at IU South Bend, student success has been of her primary concern.
Niang Chin first decided to attend the Retracing Our Roots retreat to meet new people. A freshman originally from Myanmar studying microbiology, Chin looked forward to the weekend-long retreat to meet other students and learn about Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities beyond her own. What she found during the retreat, however, surprised her.
So is blackface still a thing in 21st century America? You bet it is!
Inside the dimly lit hall, performers dressed in historical costumes calmed their nerves and gathered near the stage at the center of the room.
Throughout February, Indiana University's campuses will mark Black History Month with events, speakers and programming that recognize African-American achievements and celebrate black history, culture, art and leadership.
It was IU Bloomington junior Dennyz Barahona’s second time in jail that afternoon.