CommUNITY Education Program - IU CUE

The CommUNITY Education Program, or CUE Program for short, is an educational experience focused on shaping our residential environment to be a place of learning and growth related to identity, diversity, inclusion, and social justice.

Operating as usual

02/22/2021

Forest residents! We have an event for you on Wednesday. Hop on zoom with your CUE Kaitlyn to learn more about healthy strategies!

02/08/2021

Welcome back to campus Hoosiers! The CUE program is ready for another semester of fun events! Join the CUE at the Avenue in discussing self-care strategies over Zoom this Thursday! #cueprogram #iubloomington #selfcare

02/01/2021

We are so excited to be hosting @_theenoughfund on February 20th to discuss their organization! They aim to “end racism and institutional oppression by uplifting black leadership, business, and art in our local communities.” Attendance is open to everyone, but you must RSVP!

01/13/2021

Throwback to this time last year when we were preparing for our annual MLK trip! Sadly this year we won’t be traveling to Memphis (or anywhere else), but we’re hard at work preparing some other events for the semester. Hopefully we can travel together soon!

#diversityeducation #MLKday #socialjustice

01/02/2021

Happy New Year Hoosiers! We’re celebrating the start of 2021 by learning more about other new year celebrations around the world. How are you celebrating the start of 2021?

📸: Kaitlyn, our CUE in Forest #gotrees

12/16/2020

We have another set of holidays for you—this time, we’re celebrating the New Year! Sonia, one of the McNutt CUEs, wanted to highlight the various New Years celebrations that occur.

12/14/2020

For winter break, our CommUNITY Educators are sharing facts about holidays that happen all throughout the year! If you’re a resident, be on the lookout for information from your CUE via groupme or email. Here we have some graphics from Teter’s CUE Bryce!

11/14/2020

Forest residents! Be on the lookout for Kaitlyn’s next event on November 17th. Take some time for yourself

11/09/2020

Want to become a Resident Assistant or a CommUNITY Educator? Applications are open through December 1st!

10/21/2020

Are you interested in learning more about the CUE program? Are you just a really big fan of Baked! cookies? Stop by the Read Clark Courtyard on Friday afternoon to learn more!

10/16/2020

Today at Forest be sure to stop by the lounge for Spook-Tacular Service at 4:00 *social distancing will take place

10/10/2020

As the leaves are turning colors, check out these awesome ways to support our Bloomington community this fall!

09/22/2020

Across campus this week the CUEs will be hosting events about the comfort zone! Keep an eye out for events happening in your center and possibly for free cookies

09/15/2020

As we continue to meet the CUEs, we move to Spruce Hall and Daisy Robles-Magallanes! Why did you want to be a CUE?

I have always cared deeply about the social culture of IU. The CUE program initially appealed to me because of its emphasis on understanding diversity and identity in order for us to better understand one another and our different struggles. Now more than ever, our school culture requires guidance to mitigate these trying and uncertain times. I wanted to be a part of an organization that offers such guidance in order to foster growth, especially through the direct student interaction and programming that I am able to offer to others in order to be a positive force in their lives.

Why do you think the CUE Program is important for IU?

With current events unfolding surrounding topics that are often hard and uncomfortable to speak about, it is important for our student body to have not only advocates, but also resources who can have honest and meaningful conversations with them about today's issues. It is often hard and overwhelming to stay up to date on topics concerning inclusivity, social justice, and diversity. For these reasons, CUES can help ease the mental strain and help students navigate such problems as well educate themselves.

09/10/2020

As the school year gets rolling, it’s time to meet our CUEs! First up is Celia Yahi! She is originally from Fort Wayne, IN is living at Briscoe this year!

Why I wanted to be a CUE:
I wanted to become a CUE because of what the CUE Program represents and creates: a passion for understanding, empathy, and inclusion. I believe in the endless value of seeking to understand our identities and those of others, of learning about social justice and diversity, and of doing the work to make our world a better place. It is incredible to be able to learn from and interact with others in such an intentional, purposeful way.

Why I think the CUE Program is important for IU:
The CUE Program supports residents in exploring their identities and helps to spark growth in individuals as they have conversations relating to social justice, difference, and identity. This program is so important because it provides a space for students to address social issues, learn from others, have their voice heard, work across differences, and engage in opportunities that are deeply diverse and enriching. The CUE Program makes our campus a more aware, conscientious, and caring place.

08/29/2020

The 2020-2021 CommUNITY Educators have started off the year with their Get to Know the CUE events in our residence centers. Want to learn more? Find your CUE’s bulletin board in your center! @ Indiana University

05/08/2020

From CUE Olive: If you’re interested in learning more about race and identity but you’re not sure where to start, check out this free, easily accessible podcast by NPR called Code Switch! Their recent series on the US Census was interesting, engaging, and informative!

05/04/2020

From CUE Lauren Jines: COVID-19 is shining a light on existing inequities. Check this out for more info and action steps you can take!

05/03/2020

From Wells Quad CUE, Nia: Struggling through quarantine? Having trouble processing the changes surrounding the pandemic? Here is a resource that can help you identify and process through those feelings.

05/02/2020

Check out this collection of engaging podcasts that relate to some of our favorite topics here at the CommUNITY Education Program! Made by Ashton’s CUE Esha: https://buff.ly/3dkE64P

educate yourself :)

05/02/2020

Spending lots of time in quarantine watching old movies, re-reading books, and playing that same video game? Here are some Youtube channels that will give you a fresh perspective on the social justice themes that are present in these sweet beloved media forms. What new things can you learn from these classic favorites?

05/01/2020

From Collins CUE Jay: Just because the school year is coming to an end doesn't mean you have to stop learning! When you need a break, think about watching one of the above titles that offer a unique lens for a multitude of topics. While watching consider: what identities aren't represented in these films? Are these representations even accurate? Are traumatic events glorified? Would any of these films or shows be better if they were created this year? How important is diversity in media? How do these films and shows make you feel? Would you recommend them to other people?

04/30/2020

Hi all! Long time, no see eh? The CUEs miss you all. While things are certainly different nowadays, our care and passion for each other has not changed. Over the next few days, we’ll be posting some virtual materials created by the CUEs to provide opportunities to continue to be engaged with diversity education. Sending everyone wellness and love ❤️ #ZoomMeeting

04/30/2020

Hi all! Long time, no see eh? The CUEs miss you all. While things are certainly different nowadays, our care and passion for each other has not changed. Over the next few days, we’ll be posting some virtual materials created by the CUEs to provide opportunities to continue to be engaged with diversity education. Sending everyone wellness and love ❤️ #ZoomMeeting

03/10/2020

Join the Collins CUE & fellow residents to discuss the candidates for the 2020 Presidential Election. How do certain policies intersect with your identities, & why is this important? Get advice from a speaker from the College Democrats, make your own buttons, & get free snacks!

03/02/2020

It’s now March which means we have new bulletin boards up, so let’s appreciate some of February’s boards highlighting active citizenship! #CUE #BulletinBoard #CivicEngagement

03/02/2020

Come out to the Wright Quad Formal Lounge this Tues, Mar 3rd at 7pm to talk about sex with the IU Health Center and Wright’s CommUNITY Educator! There will be be an opportunity to anonymously ask questions as well as free Chipotle and resources for sexual well-being provided 🌯 #ChipotleAndChill #CommUNITY

03/02/2020

Come out to the Wright Quad Formal Lounge this Tues, Mar 3rd at 7pm to talk about sex with the IU Health Center and Wright’s CommUNITY Educator! There will be be an opportunity to anonymously ask questions as well as free Chipotle and resources for sexual well-being provided 🌯 #ChipotleAndChill #CUE

02/29/2020

Join Read CUE Lauren and RAs Elliot and Ed in discussing diversity in sports followed by a watch party of the Pelicans v. Lakers game this Sunday in the Read Hoosier Den on Sun Mar 1 at 7 pm. There will be food provided! #CUE #SportsDiversity

02/28/2020

Come by the Union Street C-Store for free cookies between 5:30 and 7:30 pm and learn about Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Agnosticism! #CUE #CommUNITY #Education #RPS

02/25/2020

IU RPS

Meet Escarvar! Escarvar is doing a takeover of the RPS Instagram account RIGHT NOW. Follow along in our story and get a peek behind-the-scenes at the CUE program. https://www.instagram.com/rpsiu/

02/25/2020

Today our one and only Escarvar is taking over the IU RPS instagram story! Check it out and while you’re at it, here’s more on Escarvar:
Name: Escarvar Tatum✊🏽🥴🤣
Pronouns: He/him/his
Center: Eiggy Eiggy Eiganmann
Year: Sophomore IU’22
Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN

Being a CUE means understanding others from their perspective and advocating for those who do not have a platform or need help to advocate for themselves or a cause they deem worthy, which is why I became a CUE. Also, our bulletin boards are the dopest! #MeetTheCUE

📢 TAKEOVER TODAY 📢 CUE Escarvar Tatum is taking over the RPS Instagram story today to give you a behind-the-scenes look at the life of your friendly neighborhood CUEs. Follow along with Escarvar at ➡️ https://www.instagram.com/rpsiu/
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02/24/2020

Join the CUEs from Wells Quad & Collins as they host the annual Candy, Contraceptives & Consent Workshop! There will be candy and treats available. This Tuesday, February 25th at 6:30pm in the Collins Coffeehouse!🍬

02/24/2020

Join the Eigenmenn CUE for a viewing of Nelson Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom followed by a discussion! This Tuesday, February 25th starting at 4pm 🎞 #FilmAndDiscussion #NelsonMandela #CUE #CommUNITY #Education

02/24/2020

The Collins CUE and fellow residents present the Collins Community Chat. This bi-weekly program will be an inclusive and safe environment for residents to discuss various topics. This first meeting will focus on Black History Month and ally involvement. FREE SNACKS PROVIDED!

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