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  • Diversity Center Popcorn

    Conversations with Sheila: April 2014

    March 31, 2014 at 8:47 am

    After Spring Break, the stress levels on campus that were at a fever pitch before break; go down--for a day or two, then they seem to increase 100 fold. Senior papers remind us that we don’t like editing and endnotes. Our Paideia I research papers drag on and that upcoming presentation or group project is starting to siphon the joy out of other classes. Members of the faculty realize the things that have to be accomplished before the end of the semester and cringe. Staff members feel the stress of having to get things done, no excuses.  Read more...

  • Ethnic Arts 2013

    Conversations with Sheila: March 2014

    March 17, 2014 at 9:28 am

    Before I begin this month’s Conversations, I want to thank everyone who made Street Culture such a fabulous Ethnic Arts event! The country tables were exciting, the food scrumptious and the talent superb. Thanks also to the Oneota Film Festival for bringing such amazing films to our community and for being such great partners in marketing both events.  Read more...

  • Black History Symposium

    Conversations with Sheila: February 2014

    February 17, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Welcome back to campus from your various travels! For those of you who were here for J-Term, I hope it was a really good experience. I teach during J-Term and I love connecting with students so I always have a good time despite the cold weather.  Read more...

  • The table with the Kwanzaa symbols-Kinara, Mazao, Mkeka, Muhindi, Mishumaa Saba, Kikombe cha Umoja

    Conversations with Sheila: December 2014

    November 27, 2013 at 11:03 am

    What a busy season! This issue includes year-end thoughts and reminders for J-Break and the start of spring semester.  First, finish strong! Take your learning to the next level and leave your professor with a very favorable impression of you.   Push yourself to get you best grades of the semester. Then, enjoy Christmas break.  Read more...