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MISSE Message: On Support & Organizing

This has been a difficult week. The culmination of news both locally and nationally, ongoing since late May, has heightened concerns for the safety and security of marginalized communities, specifically Black communities and Black students.
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MISSE in Solidarity

The Professional Staff of the Multicultural and International Student Support and Engagement (MISSE) Team have been purely reflecting on a statement that combines the intentions of the current realities of today; the ongoing struggles that have been occurring in our country (and globally); the myriad of feelings these realities have on members...
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RVAP Hosts “What were you wearing?” Art Installment

The Rape Victim Advocacy Program held an event depicting tangible narratives of sexual-assault victims. RVAP
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Multicultural Dance Brings Food, Fun, and Cultural Understanding to UI

The Association of Latinos Moving Ahead puts on an annual multicultural event to celebrate Latin American traditions.
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Indigenous Peoples' Day

The University of Iowa Student Government and the City of Iowa City City Council passed legislation to formally acknowledge Indigenous Peoples Day on October 9, 2017.
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Cultural Center Renovations

Find out about the new additions to the Cultural Centers! 

 Click here to view the pictures!