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Black Student Union
The mission of the Black Student Union is to support NMU students with a main focus toward African-American students by fostering a sense of community and support socially, academically and culturally. To promote diversity and cultural awareness through educational and entertaining programming; thereby opening an avenue for understanding, learning and appreciation for the black culture and heritage. BSU has won numerous awards through the years, including organization of the year and diversity project of the year.
Khalil Rasheed email@example.com
|Advisor||Rachel Harris firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Meeting||Tuesdays, 7:30pm LRC room 235A|
OUTlook is an organization to help gay, lesiban, bisexual, straight, and transgender students at NMU reach their fullest potential. This should take many forms, as each human is different. NMU OUTlook is founded on four basic tenants: self-pride, self-determination, support, and community services. The group's membership list is kept confidential. The gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender members of the group are not required to be publicly "out." Everyone interested is welcome to be a member -- sexual orientation is not an issue. All members and their opinions are equal.
|President||Chole Gerathy email@example.com|
|Advisor||Shirley Brozzo firstname.lastname@example.org|
Q & A
Q&A - Queers & Allies allows the queer and allied community of NMU to gather in a safe and welcoming environment. The group will offer social activities and a place for queers and allies to be able to openly express themselves in a relaxed and non-judgmental environment.
|President||Erica Krause email@example.com|
|Advisor||Ruth Watry firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Meetings||Wednesdays 8:30 p.m. in the Brule Room of the University Center|
Latino Student Union
The purpose of the Latino Student Union is to affirm the Latin culture and heritage within NMU while serving as a social group for all Latino students. Our purpose is to encourage students to look at the issues beyond cultural differences and focus on the great and unique qualities that make Latino and non-Latino students at NMU as we work together for academic and social unity.
Katie Hutchinson email@example.com
|Advisor||Maria Arenillas firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Meetings||Tuesday, 5:30 pm in 321 LRC|
Native American Student Association
The Native American Student Association promotes events related to Native American heritage and culture while serving as a supportive and interactive group for Native American students. All NMU students are welcome to join. NASA has hosted drum socials, the Native American Performers` Festival, the Ojibwe food taster, the annual "Learning to Walk Together" traditional Pow-Wow and co-sponsors Native American Heritage Month. NASA has also participated in community programs, such as Title VII Indian Education with the local public schools, Earth Day activities and has supported the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee. The Anishinaabe News is also a part of NASA. It is a Native American newspaper that provides readers with information about current events or issues that are related to Native American culture.
Trevor Marquardt email@example.com
Andreaka Jump firstname.lastname@example.org
|Meetings||5:00pm. Wednesday's in room 111 LRC.|
All Nations Club
The ALL NATIONS CLUB consists of international students attending NMU. There are about 110 students from 34 different countries. The club wants to create cultural understanding among the Marquette community by organizing the International Food Fest, giving presentations about different countries, and uniting students together to make them feel more comfortable in a different cultural environment. They are recipients of the 2004-2005 Program of the Year Award for the International Food Fest. Anyone is welcome to enjoy the club.
|Advisor||Dr. Weronika Kusek email@example.com|
|Meetings||Fridays, 5:00pm in 224 LRC|
Women for Women
Women for Women seeks to promote education, service, and leadership throughout the NMU campus and the community at large. The five all-female houses, in tandem with the rest of the student body, work together to introduce others to issues that include, but are not limited to, health, sexuality, and civil rights. Originally founded as a grassroots organization dedicated to the promotion of a female sisterhood, Women for Women has expanded its efforts to include projects that raise awareness of societal concerns throughout the world
Tiffani Haught firstname.lastname@example.org
Justine Defever email@example.com
|Meetings||7:30pm every Wednesday in Payne/Halverson Basement|
Muslim Student Associaton of NMU
The Muslim Student Association is a group on campus that focuses on the cultural and religious beliefs of Islam. The club's purpose is to encourage the community to look beyond cultural and religious differences and gain a better understanding of what the Islamic religion teaches and what Muslims truly follow.
|Meetings||Every Friday for prayer at 1pm in the Meditation/Prayer room in the UC.|
American Indian Science & Engineering Society
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a diverse group of students and bound together by professionalism and an ambition to succeed. We promote diversity in the STEM fields by bridging science and technology with traditional American Indian values. Our activities have included sponsoring high quality presentations and attending local, regional, and national AISES conferences.
|President||Daabii Reinhardt firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Advisor||Sarah Mittlefehldt email@example.com|
|Meetings||Thursdays @ 5pm, Location TBD|