WSU students, community meet to talk about campus diversity

WSU students and members came together Friday to talk about diversity on the Wichita State campus.

WSU President John Bardo met with students and members of the community on Friday, Feb. 19, 2016 to talk about diversity on campus. (KSN Photo)

WICHITA, Kan. (KSN) – Wichita State University students and other members of the community met Friday to talk about diversity on the WSU campus.

The meeting was the second in a series that president John Bardo called for last year.

The goal is to hear from students and those who are connected to the university about what can be done to expand diversity on campus.

WSU senior Nolan Jones was one of those who attended the meeting.

“One thing I would really love to see is events that everybody can come together, build a unity amongst everybody so that way everybody wasn’t segregating or separating to their own cliques or groups but everybody comes together as whole because we are just like a family,” said Jones.

In November, WSU named Marche Fleming-Randle as Senior Assistant Dean, Assistant to the President for Diversity.

The move came after students complained there wasn’t enough diversity on campus.

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