Posts Tagged ‘African-American’
Six members of the Indiana State family work on computers, oversee enrollment, teach chemistry or educational leadership for their paychecks. But they live in the arts.
Quentin Smith, ’40, stood firm on his rights and as a Tuskegee Airman helped to change the military.
BET celebrates ISU alumna’s Beverly Kearney’s (GR ’82) accomplishments with the Education Award.
University names building for long-time director of the African-American Cultural Center.
Making movies, helping minority students study education and conducting research in Botswana are all part of ISU students’ lives.
The African-American Alumni Council of Indiana State University has been developed to assure a valuable experience before and after graduation for African-American students.
Every other Thursday night, students gather at the African-American Cultural Center for an evening that includes skits and praise dance as well as the more common poetry and song. It all has one focus though. Student organizers ask that the performers Bless the Mic.
From picking up destruction debris to swimming with sharks to spoken poetry, Indiana State’s students explore their futures.