From the Desk of the Council: Bhoomika Shettigar

One of the core missions of the Honors Diversity Council is to serve as a voice for marginalized communities on campus and foster a sense of belonging. Their weekly blog posts discuss the experience of students with marginalized identities/and or how the University community can be a more inclusive environment for everyone. This week, BhoomikaContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: Bhoomika Shettigar”

From the Desk of the Council: Moments of Peace

One of the core missions of the Honors Diversity Council is to serve as a voice for marginalized communities on campus and foster a sense of belonging. Their weekly blog posts discuss the experience of students with marginalized identities/and or how the University community can be a more inclusive environment for everyone. This week, KlaertjeContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: Moments of Peace”

From the Desk of the Council: Sanya Sami

One of the core missions of the Honors Diversity Council is to serve as a voice for marginalized communities on campus and foster a sense of belonging. Their weekly blog posts discuss the experience of students with marginalized identities/and or how the University community can be a more inclusive environment for everyone. This week, SanyaContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: Sanya Sami”

From the Desk of the Council: Jessica Sun

One of the core missions of the Honors Diversity Council is to serve as a voice for marginalized communities on campus and foster a sense of belonging. Their weekly blog posts discuss the experience of students with marginalized identities/and or how the University community can be a more inclusive environment for everyone. This week, JessicaContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: Jessica Sun”

From the Desk of the Council: Spring Break Reflection

One of the core missions of the Honors Diversity Council is to serve as a voice for marginalized communities on campus and foster a sense of belonging. Their weekly blog posts discuss the experience of students with marginalized identities/and or how the University community can be a more inclusive environment for everyone. This week, KoroContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: Spring Break Reflection”

From the Desk of the Council: Towards a Brighter Future

One of the core missions of the Honors Diversity Council is to serve as a voice for marginalized communities on campus and foster a sense of belonging. Their weekly blog posts discuss the experience of students with marginalized identities/and or how the University community can be a more inclusive environment for everyone. This week, KamillaContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: Towards a Brighter Future”

From the Desk of the Council: My Uncle’s Words

One of the core missions of the Honors Diversity Council is to serve as a voice for marginalized communities on campus and foster a sense of belonging. Their weekly blog posts discuss the experience of students with marginalized identities/and or how the University community can be a more inclusive environment for everyone. This week, HonorsContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: My Uncle’s Words”

From the Desk of the Council: Mallika Huynh

My father does not know how to apologize. Throughout my 19 years of existence, I have only heard a singular ā€œIā€™m sorry,ā€ occurring after he rear-ended another car for the very first time. Rather, instead of verbally owning up to his actions, his means of apologizing took a more physical form: cooking. Man, he couldContinue reading “From the Desk of the Council: Mallika Huynh”

Day in the Life: Iowa City Foreign Relations Council

The Iowa City Foreign Relations Council (ICFRC) seeks to promote understanding of international issues by hosting community forums with expert speakers from around the world. Honors at Iowa sponsors free participation for honors students interested in the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council. Almost weekly, the ICFRC hosts expert discussions of global issues by statesmen, scholars, scientists, journalists, students,Continue reading “Day in the Life: Iowa City Foreign Relations Council”

Mental Spaces–Pullman Bar & Diner

Greetings Honorables. My deepest apologies for making you wait for so long to read about food, fun, and honors life. This semester has been a bit crazy: I am in the midst of designing album packaging, stickers, flyers, and zines for my classes, student organizations, Honors (of course), and personal use. The stark absence ofContinue reading “Mental Spaces–Pullman Bar & Diner”