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Gandhi’s talk focused on topics of history, non-violence, understanding and international reconciliation.
Martinez spoke about how two predominant labels have emerged surrounding Latina women.
Judge Glenda Hatchett met Martin Luther King, Jr. at a piano recital.
The statue was a gift from MU alumnus Ty Christian.
The faculty council hopes to measure university effort to enhance diversity.
"Nutrition 101" includes an open dialogue between characters and audience members, allowing both groups to discuss issues relating to media portrayal of body image.
One Mizzou was created after several racially charged incidents at MU.
Members of leadership organizations spoke at the rally.
The Maass/Catalano slate did not attend the debate.
Professor Srirupa Prasad discussed her experiences teaching college students about multicultural issues as an Indian woman.
The Student Ambassadors program is set to start next semester.
MU professor Puncky Heppner's work has been instrumental in the study of culture and its affects on people’s coping styles.
The program is growing faster than any major or minor on campus.
Many people overlook that their roommate advertisements could conflict with the law.
The position has been vacant since Roger Worthington stepped down mid-summer.
The new organization will promote conversation through Hump Day Holla.
He will take a leave of absence fall semester to focus on national positions.
A revised version is in the works.
For those of you who weren’t able to attend, The One Mizzou Launch event last Thursday afternoon was very successful, and I couldn’t ...
Students signed a pledge to promote respect and responsibility at MU.
Events will include signing a "One Mizzou" banner.
The event addressed racism and violence issues on campus.
Maya Angelou will speak on campus as part of the initiative.
The “I Wear Africa” fashion show concluded Africa Week with old and new African fashions.
Most in attendance agreed encountering sexual banter is very common but disagree whether it is acceptable or unpleasant.
The Chancellor's Diversity Initiative sponsored the event.
The Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars celebrated the Chinese New Year on Sunday.
Students and MU officials met Wednesday night to discuss possible reactions to problems with racism on campus.
The videos will serve as training tools.
Events will be held every day this week.
The MU crew hopes to become nationally competitive.
MU celebrated the International Day of Collaborative Music with a concert.
American Indians have the highest smoking rate.
The certificate program seeks to expose students to various cultures.
Scholarships for minorities have not increased since 2001.
Miscommunication was cited as one of the biggest issues black students encounter.
The week's theme is "Race (Still) Matters."
Any class in the Multicultural Certificate Program would qualify under the proposal.
There are still 25 spots remaining in the class.
Parker proposed solutions to racial inequality in America.
Five recipients were chosen from 47 nominated for recognition.
Recent diversity initiatives were highlighted by the panel.
After six years, officials are optimistic the course will become reality.
The presentation was the second of eight in the "Diversity in Action" series.
Despite initial support, a diversity proposal limped toward a Faculty Council review.
The center began in October 1995 and celebrated Coming Out Day on Monday.
The push for a diversity general education class requirement started six years ago.
The fourth You in Mizzou dialogue this academic year will be held Nov. 3.
Students wrote down negative language associated with their identity on cardboard "bricks."
The group is discussing student roles in the upcoming Diversity Summit.
The presentation was part of the 'Diversity in Action' series.
15 new underrepresented minority faculty members join MU staff this semester.