Creating a Safe Space with Safe Zone

Posted On April 18, 2018
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The Multicultural Center offers Safe Zone workshops that promote an inclusive and supportive environment for individuals of the LGBTQIQA community. In efforts to be recognized as a model for leadership in inclusion, Safe Zone was redesigned with the help of doctoral student Becky Lecroix. The basic awareness and ally workshop includes activities and discussions that… more »

Student Spotlight: JaQualla Sharpley

Posted On April 4, 2018
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JaQualla Sharpley, a sophomore, pre-marketing major, student assistant who always offers excellent customer service with a smile on her face. She is responsible fore ensuring that students receive the proper information from the Multicultural Center.

Attending events in the Multicultural Center has allowed me to step outside of myself to see things in a… more »

Student Spotlight: Riki Kellogg

Posted On April 4, 2018
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When you see her walking at the Clarkston campus, you can see she is on a mission. She has her calendar in hand and is reviewing her day of activities, both academic and co-curricular. One of the places she stops by is the office of Student Life. In this office, Riki Kellogg is meeting with… more »

Student Spotlight: James Smith

Posted On April 3, 2018
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On either a Tuesday or Thursday, you will find James Smith engaging with other students at the marketing table for The Multicultural Center. As a Sociology major, Smith connects well with his peers. As a student assistant for the Multicultural Center, he is well versed about the office services and programs. One of the perks… more »

Pop Talks: Creating a Space for Tough Conversations

Posted On November 1, 2017
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The Multicultural Center upholds inclusion and promoting equitable learning environments through its many programs. One particular program provides an especially welcoming and visible platform for students to communicate and share their beliefs, Pop Talks. As this nation has become increasingly polarized, the possibility of fostering a healthy dialogue seems to be ever-shrinking. Fortunately, during… more »

Student Spotlight: Alana Burrell

Posted On October 31, 2017
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During the summer months, the Office of Student Life was quiet and calm, but one student leader would often stop by to liven things up. She would already start thinking about programming for the new 2017 fall semester at Clarkston campus, Perimeter College. Her smile would light up the room and her attitude… more »

Fall Heritage Months

Posted On October 6, 2017
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The Multicultural Center just wrapped up a series of Latinx Heritage Month events to celebrate the experiences of Latinx students on campus and beyond. Students celebrated their identities and learned from each other through both fun and serious activities: mingling, games, and delicious food; but also a faculty book discussion on the experiences of non-gender-conforming… more »

We are now on Perimeter Campuses!

Posted On August 10, 2017
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The Georgia State University Multicultural Center is expanding its cultural and educational programmatic initiatives to Georgia State University – Perimeter College campuses to create engaging cultural experiences.

Providing services and programs to students on the Perimeter College campuses of Georgia State University is very important to the Multicultural Center. We are eager to connect with… more »


Posted On July 6, 2017
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Summertime brings many new faces to campus, as new and prospective students and their families embark on campus tours to learn about what Georgia State University has to offer them. The Multicultural Center loves this opportunity to represent our services around campus in order to welcome these new Panthers and their loved ones! Some tour… more »