STORY BY SARAH LEBLANC Last weekend, Latin-American cultures enriched Des Moines and brought awareness to the Hispanic community through the annual Latino Heritage Festival, located on the Court Avenue and Walnut Street bridges. Joe Gonzalez, the newly appointed executive director of the Latino Heritage Festival and retired Des Moines police […]
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Living with a language lacking on campus
Breaking down generalizations of Saudi, Muslim cultures
A new chapter of Alpha Mu Gamma, the foreign language honors society, was recently established at Drake University.
In honor of Black History month, the Omega Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and the Coalition of Black Students teamed up to present the first-ever “Stories of our People” event last Thursday night in Sheslow Auditorium.
“Forty-three years represents a longer history than many of Drake’s tenured professors.”
“If we don’t leave Drake University questioning the world, curious about alternatives and [are] essentially the same person as when we moved in the first-year halls, then what are our mountains of debt worth? I might add, too, that would be a terribly boring way to spend four years of life.”
“By bringing new, different and engaging speakers we are providing students with the opportunity to grow and develop in their understanding of different cultures.”
One line of L’eggs hosiery for white women carries the title of “nude” pantyhose, while another for black women carries the title of “brown sugar” pantyhose.
Students celebrate heritage at African Renaissance Night
Snapple’s “Real Facts” was used as a marketing campaign to add excitement to purchasing Snapple.
Coalition of Black Students and African Student Association event open to all students
The Coalition of Black Students at Drake is organizing several events to celebrate Black History month, which is honored every February
“You don’t have to beus to befriend us” is the new tagline of Drake University’s Coalition of Black Students, and it was revealed at the CBS Unveiling Ceremony on Tuesday night in Olmsted Center.