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  • Concordia clubs come together to provide diverse books for area schools

    There's no doubt about it. Research unequivocally shows that reading when young paves the way to all kinds of success.

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  • September 23, 2020
    Alumni, Black Student Union, News, Students

    Race and diversity series continues September 23

    A monthly series on race and diversity sponsored by Concordia's Black Student Union (BSU) continues Wednesday, September 23 at 6 p.m. CT with a presentation entitled "Managing Your Transition Back on Campus."

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  • Third conversation on social justice scheduled Wednesday evening

    The third of a three-part discussion this summer on social justice sponsored by Concordia University Wisconsin's Black Student Union (BSU), will be held this Wednesday, August 5, at 6 pm CT.

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  • Second discussion on race and diversity planned July 8

    Concordia's Black Student Union will host the second of three discussions on racial diversity this Wednesday, July 8 at 6 p.m. CT.

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  • An evening of listening and understanding: Concordia’s BSU kicks off a summer of important discussions

    Concordia’s Black Student Union (BSU) hosted the first in a series of discussions on Monday, June 8.

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  • Concordia’s Black Student Union (BSU) announces new series on race and diversity

    Concordia University Wisconsin’s Black Student Union (BSU) will host the first in a series of discussions on race and diversity on Monday, June 8 at 6 p.m. CT. All discussions will be offered through Zoom technology.

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  • Ford named March Student of the Month

    Concordia University Wisconsin has named De'Shawn Ford as its latest Student of the Month.

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  • February 19, 2020
    Black Student Union, News

    “Every Day Is Black History”

    This reflective article was written by Walter M. Goodwyn, Jr., Director, Emerging Scholars Program/Office of Multicultural Engagement at Concordia University Wisconsin

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  • “Stand in my shoes one day”: Wisconsin’s first African-American Lt. Gov. addresses young black men on Concordia’s campus

    The person to succeed Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes has some big shoes to fill. Just by being elected, he’s already made history.

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  • 3 ways CUW celebrates Black History Month

    As I thought about the programs and experiences that I wanted our campus community to share in honor of Black History Month, I, of course, had to start with the food.

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