BY NEEL SWAMY
It’s important to recognize that there’s more to our campus than The Team.
BY SARAH BARBER
As you reflect on how to honor the heritage of your own ancestors — whatever that may be — and help create a world that is more equal than the one they knew, I hope the opportunity to foster the next generation of leaders is one you’ll consider.
BY ROBERT SCHWARZHAUPT
It’s imperative that we recognize the social realities of our society and our qualifications to speak if we are to ever truly rid society of racial and oppression in general.
BY EMILY PAIK
Out of the corner of my eye, I notice a man standing and facing us a few feet away. After pushing my lock closed, I look up and make eye contact with him. It seems he was waiting for the prompt to profess: “White people love you.”
BY SIMON RIVERS
I am tired. I am weak. I am crying. I am angry. I am dissatisfied. I am enraged. I am livid. But most importantly, I am Michael Brown.
BY VAMIKA BAJAJ
Don’t get me wrong; I’m still just as passionate of an economics student. But sometimes, we all need to turn off autopilot and see where we’re actually flying. So next time I ask you about yourself, don’t tell me what you study, tell me who you are.
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