You should live in this community if you are interested in exploring
your personal identity and looking to help to create an equitable
Diversity in Action reflects the diverse world in which we live by providing students of any major opportunities to meaningfully engage with diversity in myriad forms. Discover your passion for creating and living in diverse and inclusive communities while learning about the connections between diverse identities and social justice.
CMST 100 Speech CommunicationLASC Goal Area 1A: Oral Communication (3 credits)The theory and practice of oral communication in public and interpersonal situations, stressing both content and delivery
WS 100 Women Today: Contemporary Women’s Issues (Fall)LASC Area (6, 6M, 7, 7I)This course will examine current issues affecting women in American Society. It also addresses pertinent topics related to gender, diversity and systems of inequality. Topics include women and work, family, law and social policy, gender and mass media, violence against women, sexuality and the body, and women's health. MnTC Goal 6 and 7.
Fall Course 2Will be determined at a later time.
WS 269 Global Sexualities in Pop Culture (Spring)LASC Area (8)This course traces the popular representations of diverse sexual and gender identities in a global context. We will explore the cultural constructions of sexuality and gender in mainstream, independent, and feminist film, television, print media, fashion, music and material culture from the perspective of the local and global through the lenses of their cultural, social, political, and ideological functions. Our emphasis will be on contemporary popular cultures in Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Europe through theories of sexuality, gender, race, and the workings of power in global culture industries.
This community is historically located in South Snarr Hall.