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Where Culture Can Thrive

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March 2015

The St. Ambrose Culture House is currently under renovation across from campus on West Locust Street. When ready in the fall, it will provide a home-like atmosphere where students of varied ethnicities and backgrounds can bond.

"It's a place to give groups on campus a space to do some programming that they currently can't," Multi-Cultural Community Action Group Adviser Ramona Amos said. "We would love for it to be the ‘it' house."

In addition to providing a meeting place for MACA members, Culture House will be used by Intercultural Life, Promoting Respect in Sexual Minorities (PRISM) and the student disabilities organization ADAPT. Tutors from the Student Success Center also will work with students there.

"It will serve as both a study place and a great social atmosphere," Amos said.

To help students feel more at home, they also will be consulted on interior changes, including selecting paint colors and furniture.

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