BY CHRIS TAKAHASHI AND GREG HANAFIN
It’s time to recognize that when it comes to energy, there’s no better way to be Blue than to go green.
BY AKSHAY SETH
My grandmother looked at me the way grandmothers do: with concern.
BY THE BLACK STUDENT UNION
Art has always had its space within our movement; the #BBUM Exhibit and Second Aid that we are sharing with you in this piece are our most ambitious artistic efforts yet.
BY RIMA FADLALLAH
I put myself on these pages not because I’m brave; instead, I share my heart with every word because I want you to know that I’m scared too - that without you I wouldn’t be able to share. I tell my story because the least that I can do to thank you for listening is to invite you to share the MiC.
BY DAN GREEN
Throughout my time here, I have learned in many classes and events about the stratification of resources in this country and the decimation of Black bodies abroad.
BY NOHAL MEKKAOUI
As a woman, as a Muslim, as a feminist, as an activist, as a person of color, I have come to appreciate change as the best cultivator of personal growth.
BY JUBEK YONGO-BURE
Courses on Africa that I have taken since this class have been disappointing. They are great models of how not to teach a DAAS course. So for future reference, please take note.
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