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Deacon Davis
NIU’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Minorities (PCSM) has named graduate student Marc Reynolds and faculty member Chris Liska Carger as the recipients of the 2014 Deacon Davis Diversity Award. Named in honor of Deacon Davis, founder and former director of the CHANCE (Counseling Help & Assistance Necessary for a College Education) Program, the award...
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NIU’s Grant Towers residential complex invites all students to engage in diversity by participating in its annual signature program, Project R.E.D. (Residents Engaging in Diversity) on three consecutive Thursday: Nov. 7, 14, and 21. Project R.E.D. provides students with the opportunity to expand their cultural awareness through a variety of fun and engaging events. This...
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NIU’s Grant Towers residential complex invites students to come engage in diversity by participating in its annual signature program, Project R.E.D. (Residents Engaging in Diversity). Scheduled from Tuesday, Jan. 29, through Thursday, Jan. 31, Project R.E.D. provides students with the opportunity to expand their cultural awareness through a variety of fun and engaging events. This...
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NIU’s Grant Towers residence hall complex will host its annual signature program “Project R.E.D. – Residents Engaging in Diversity,” from Monday, Nov. 7, through Wednesday, Nov. 9. Project R.E.D. promotes a more diverse and aware campus through fun and engaging activities. Events are focused around acceptance and appreciation of the vast range of diversity on...