Individual and Club Accomplishments

Club Accomplishments

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
2009-2010 NPHC Sorority of the Year

Asian American Student Association
2009 Homecoming Kazoo Band Competition: 3rd place
2009 Planned and held a very successful Asian Festival.

Black Student Association
2010 Held the annual AIDS Week
2010 Attended the National Black Student Leadership and Development Conference
2010 Participated in the MLK Challenge
2009 Homecoming Banner Competition- 1st place
2009 Participated in the Tunnel of Oppression
2009 Presented the program: Black Face in the Media
2009 Held its 8th annual Blood Drive where they received 120 pints

Hillel
2009 Campus-Wide Passover Seder Event
2008 Sukkot Celebration

Hispanic Student Association
2009 Homecoming Overall Winners (Club Category): 3rd place
2009 Homecoming Kazoo Band Competition: 2nd place
2009 Homecoming Banner Competition- 2nd place
2009 Hispanic Heritage Festival
2009 Latin Dance
2009 Volunteered at Shelter Rock

Minority Men's Leadership Circle
2010 Held the annual Essence of Rhythm and Romance event
2010 Held the annual Spade Tournement
2009 Recurring program "Keep A Brother Afloat"

Minority Women's Leadership Circle
2009 Participation in Tunnel of Oppression
2009 Presented the program: The Minority Perspective

Phi Beta Sigma
2009-2010 NPHC Fraternity of the Year

TransACTION
2009 Participated in International Coffee Hour
2009 Presented several educational programs
2009 Organized a Multicultural Wii Tournament for ALFA
2009 Participation in the Tunnel of Oppression
2009 Participation in Find Yosef a Holiday
2009 Participated in an ongoing self-defense class

Individual Accomplishments

Shari Bridges, of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, won the 2009-2010 Greek Award for new member of the year.

Shanoya Conner, Black Student Association member, NPHC member, and Diversity Educator, won the 2009-2010 Ronnie L. Brooks award from Student Development.

Tenae' Howard, president of NHPC was crowned 2009 Homecoming Queen.

Caroline Noel, a member of TransACTION, was selected to participate in the US Department of State's Critical Language Scholarship Program for Japanese.

Danielle Smiley, an LGBT Center volunteer won a 2009-2010 Club Council leadership award.

Robert Taylor, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, won the 2009-2010 NPHC award for man of the year.

Contact Us

    

Office of Multicultural Student Development

Address:
Suite 255, Plemmons Student Union
263 Locust Street
Boone, NC 28608

Central Office Hours:
M-F: 8am - 5pm

Phone: (828) 262-6158
Fax: (828) 262-6155

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