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Arkansas State University Multicultural Center Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 1 September 2013 “Not just a Space, but a Place for ALL!” A Welcome Back: A New Year, a New Chance to be Extraordinary! new school year has begun and we are excited to welcome our new Red Wolves to ASU! The Multicultural Center has a semester full of programs and events for everyone to enjoy. The Multicultural Center provides educational, cultural, and social programs and initiatives that support student success for all students with specific concentration on minority and underrepresented student populations. Be sure to visit our website at multiculturalcenter for a full list of upcoming events. Some of our services include:        Learning Environment Resource Center: Books, Magazines, Artifacts, Documentaries, and More Home-away from Home Environment Student Advocate Meeting and Programming Space Study Lounge Computer Lab Located on the third floor of the Carl R. Reng Student Union Suite 3003, the Multicultural Center is not just a Space, but a Place for ALL! 2013 Minority Welcome Week T.U.R.N. U.P.! Taking Ultimate Responsibility Now to Uncover my Potential A SU’s Multicultural Center 2013 Minority Welcome Week is September 9th-September 13th. This week’s theme puts a twist on the popular phrase “TURN UP” - Taking Ultimate Responsibility Now to Uncover my Potential. The events showcase minority student organizations, campus resources, and connect students to various faculty and staff on campus that can help them throughout their time at ASU. The week’s events feature Atlantic/Sony Pictures Record Executive Amir Windom, keynote speaker at Fall Explosion on Wednesday, September 11th. The Multicultural Center has partnered with the College of Media and Communication and the College of Business to bring Mr. Windom to speak to students about his experiences in the industry and his road to success. Amir has worked with artists such as B.O.B., TI, Bruno Mars, and Kanye West. Fall Explosion is co-sponsored by the Black Student Association. Minority Welcome Week Events: Monday, September 9th Music and Punch Carl R. Reng Student Union—Center Court 11a.m.-1p.m. Tuesday, September 10th Freshmen Dinner Carl R. Reng Student Union—Centennial Hall 5:00 p.m. Any freshman or transfer student that wants to attend must RSVP to Wednesday, September 11th Fall Explosion Carl R. Reng Student Union—Centennial Hall 5:30 p.m. Includes Minority Student Organization Fair and performances by United Voices Gospel Choir and NPHC Greek Organizations. Friday, September 13th Best Steppers Nettleton Performing Arts Center—6:00 p.m. Presale tickets $7 for event and after-party Amir Windom Record Executive 1

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