#Stop Asian Hate Event Held

On March 16, in Atlanta, Ga. there was a series of attacks that killed eight people, with six women of Asian descent being amongst those killed. Though there has been an immense response to the...

Student Diversity Advocates for Mental Health

Dating back to last spring, the Office of Student Diversity and Multicultural Affairs has been collaborating with Counseling and Psychological Services to deal with social justice through the lens of mental...

Disney Diversity Shows Promising Future

Disney seems to be getting the hint that whiteness is not the norm with the release of movies such as “Black Panther” and “Wrinkle in Time,” which celebrate people of color and feature many women of...

Performing For Change Falls Short

An old saying goes that those that do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. That was the major theme of the “You’re Damned to Repeat it” show put on by Performing for Change on Saturday, Dec. 2...

Nemec’s Address Neglects Diversity on Campus

Last Friday, I caught a livestream of President Nemec’s Inaugural Ceremony. It was a beautiful ceremony filled with pomp, song and glee. Campus and community leaders gave congratulatory introductions that...