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Issue 7 | Volume 3| Mar 2014
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AES Would Like to Congratulate the MSC on an Awesome Display!!
The Multicultural Success Center goes all out to show their Jaguar Pride

This past homecoming the Multicultural Success Center went above and beyond with their decorations and left students with more than enough school spirit to cheer the Jags to victory. Don't just take our word for it, see for yourself!:

Multicultural Center Homecoming Decorations

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Go Jags!

 
Multicultural Center Events

The IUPUI Office of International Affairs, Division of Student Affairs and the Multicultural Success Center (MSC) have partnered together to create, Being Arab: An Exploration of Arab Culture & Society.

The series of events kicked off February 26th and continues on until March 21st. A few highlights include: Arab Country Fair on March 3 in the Campus Center Atrium from 11:30 am -1:30 pm, "Reel Bad Arabs" Film Screening and Skype Discussion with film curator Dr. Jack Shaheen on March 4 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm in the Lilly Auditorium, and the panel discussion Women in Arab Society on March 11 from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm in the Lilly Auditorium.

For more information on these and other events visit http://go.iu.edu/a4f


Latinos With Disabilities Facts

In this month's edition of the AES Newsletter we'd like to highlight the accomplishments of famous Latinos with disabilities in honor of this month's Cesar Chavez Dinner on March 30, 2014 hosted by Latino Student Association.

Carlos, Prince of Asturias, also known as Don Carlos (8 July 1545 – 24 July 1568), was the eldest son and heir-apparent of King Philip II of Spain. His mother was Maria Manuela of Portugal, daughter of John III of Portugal. Carlos was mentally unstable and was imprisoned by his father in early 1568, dying after half a year of solitary confinement. His fate was a theme in Spain's Black Legend, and inspired a play by Friedrich Schiller and an opera by Giuseppe Verdi.

Maria Gutierrez Blanchard (6 March 1881 - 5 April 1932) was a Spanish painter. Blanchard was the daughter of journalist Enrique Gutierrez Cueto and Concepcion Blanchard Santisteban. Born with various disabilities, she was small in stature, hunchbacked and unable to walk. She was the cousin of Mexican artist German Cueto.

In 1903 she moved to Madrid and studied at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando with Fernando Alvarez de Sotomayor, Manuel Benedito and Emelio Sala. In 1909 she continued her artistic education at the Academie Vitti in Paris under Hermenegildo Anglada Camarasa and Kees van Dongen. Here she discovered cubist painting, and was influenced by Jacques Lipchitz and Juan Gris. In 1914 she returned to Madrid where she had an exhibition organized by Ramon Gomez de la Serna.

In late 1916 she finally went to Paris to paint there. In 1920, she exhibited in France and Belgium. After her exhibition at the Salon des Independants in 1921, her paintings were in great demand. Due to the adverse economic situation which followed, the collectors withdrew and she was financially supported by the literature enthusiast Frank Flausch (1878 - 1926) until her death.

For more facts and info visit the National Center for Latinos with Disabilities.

 
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Spring Break Approaches!!!

With Spring Break comes midterms. This year's midterms begin around March 12, 2014. On behalf of Adaptive Educational Services, we'd like to remind you that spring break begins on St. Patrick’s Day March 17, 2014. Our office will remain open to attend to your accommodation needs.

 

 



Gender Neutral Restrooms on Campus

All Gender Restroom Sign

Working with Campus Facility Services, LGBT FSC and others on campus, The Multicultural Success Center has created a comprehensive list of the Gender-Neutral restroom locations for IUPUI.  Please click the previous link for a pdf document detailing all available locations.

OTEAM 2014 Recruitment



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Become an OTEAM Leader!!

Applications are now being accepted for OTEAM 2014! Applications will be accepted through March 10, 2014. Simply click on the link below to start your application.

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Leadership Scholarship Application Requirements
  • Must be a current undergraduate student at IUPUI
  • Must be currently enrolled at IUPUI
  • Must have completed 12 credit hours at IUPUI
  • Must have a cumulative and semester GPA of 2.80 or higher
  • Must be in good standing with the university
  • Possess positive communication and teamwork skills
  • Be creative and have personal initiative
  • Be willing to interact with a diverse group of people
  • Have a desire to assist students, families, faculty, and staff
General Responsibilities
  • Be approachable and available to meet the needs of first-year students through summer orientation and the academic year
  • Assist first-year students to adjust and transition into IUPUI
  • Serve as an advocate for the interests, needs, and rights of first-year students
  • Serve as a mentor and peer advisor to students for academic, co-curricular, leadership, and campus involvement
  • Be a resource person and referral agent for students, faculty, staff, and other members of the IUPUI community
  • Complete other duties and expectations as directed by the directors and coordinators
If you have any questions regarding the application, requirements, or general questions, please contact our coordinators at 317-278-9161 or OTEAM@iupui.edu.

 

7th Annual Cesar Chavez Celebration Dinner

The Latino Student Association of IUPUI will be hosting the 7th Annual Cesar Chavez Celebration Dinner.

This dinner is an annual celebration in honor of the civil right activist, Cesar Chavez. Mr. Chavez worked for social justice and human dignity for migrant workers. His effort and sacrifice has become a legacy in the Latino/a community. During this dinner we will celebrate such legacy, while recognizing the effort and success of our Latino/a students, staff/faculty and community members.

This year’s dinner will take place in the Indiana Convention Center- Wabash Rooms 1-3. For parking information please visit: https://www.icclos.com/attendees/getting-around-parking.aspx

We hope to see you all there!

 


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