Editorial Opinion: Impact Versus Intent
Erin Elliot, a a second-year graduate student in educational psychology and a graduate assistant in Multicultural Student Affairs, writes the following editorial about NC State's campus community centers, viewed as cherished safe spaces for the Wolfpack family.
The Mixtape Series: For Graduate Students of Color Navigating White Spaces
The Mixtape Series launched in spring 2018 for Black graduate students on campus. This year, Multicultural Student Affairs will host the series in an effort to provide intentional programs that include all graduate students of color.
Symposium Welcomes First-Year Students, Builds Community
On Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 137 students checked in to the 2018 Symposium for Multicultural Scholars hosted by Multicultural Student Affairs. Symposium is held each fall, the week before classes start, and provides an opportunity for incoming first-year students from traditionally underserved backgrounds to connect with campus.
Empowered, Encouraged and Hopeful: Women of Color Retreat
Forty-seven faculty, staff and students of color departed campus on Friday, November 10, 2017 to embark on NC State’s first Women of Color Retreat. The retreat, an inaugural program of the Women’s Center, moves beyond a diversity and inclusion rhetoric and engages in inclusive practices that claim space and reclaim the stories of experiences of women of color at NC State.