Sarah Nabiddo and Tyesha Nelson (12/10/2012)
The Office of Multicultural Affairs wants you to meet:
Hometown: Finlayson, MN
Major/Minor: Legal Studies/First Nations Studies
What drew you to UW-Superior?: UW-Superior is a Liberal Arts college. It has smaller class sizes and more personable faculty/staff.
What student organizations/extracurricular activities are you a part of and/or planning to be apart of?: Circle of Native Nations.
What are you looking forward to most during this upcoming year?: Attending campus and sports events and making friends/colleagues.
What is one "Fun Fact" about you: I served in Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College's Student Senate for two years as Vice President (2009-10) and President (2010-2011).
Hometown: Kampala, Uganda
Year in School: Senior
Major/Minor: Business Marketing and Mass Communications
What drew you to UW-Superior?: New community, culture and values.
What student organizations/extracurricular activities are you a part of and/or planning to be a part of: World Student Association, The Stinger, and Black Student Union.
What are you looking forward to most during this upcoming year?: Creating new memories.
In one sentence, what is your advice to your peers about succeeding in college?: Don't skip class, Bad Habit! (This hindered one semester of mine.)
What is one"Fun Fact" about you: I have been to all the continents except Australia!
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is incredibly excited to announce our new "Student Spotlight" program. We will spotlight both new and/or returning UW-Superior students each week throughout the academic year. We will spotlight these students on our office website, Facebook page, and student/staff digests. UW-Superior students are the reason we are here and we truly want students to be successful. The Student Spotlight will help students to connect to various faculty, staff, students, and programs on this campus and vice versa. Having these connections will help students become successful.