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The Gray Team

Four Teams. One Trophy.

 

On the night of April 10th, the Gray, White, Black, and Gold teams battled for first place at the annual, “Train Like an Alpha” event in the Mendelssohn Theatre in the Michigan League.

 

The Creatives of Color Executive Board

On Friday night, among the smooth rhythms of 90s R&B, the vibrant LED lights reflecting from the stage and the nostalgic smell of soul food, Black creatives packed the basement of the new William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center for the 2nd annual Creatives of Color Showcase.

Members of BSU executive board, speakers, and alumni join together at the grand opening of the new Trotter Multicultural Center Thursday afternoon.

On Thursday, generations of students and alumni joined in unity to welcome the grand opening of the new Trotter Multicultural Center on Central Campus.

Blackbody symbolism

I’ve always wondered if a woman’s Blackness will be remembered, or if our importance, impact and beauty will fade. Sometimes, I feel I allow my mind to dabble in what-if’s and what society thinks rather than focusing on the beauty of my Blackness, and the strength of my Black body.

Awkwafina (left) and Margaret Cho in the music video for “Green Tea."

In the late 90s and early 2000s, Asian-American teens and young adults experienced a subculture called “AZN pride”.

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The horrendous American school system.

“That’s not our issue,”

From left to right: Elena (Isabella Gomez), Alex (Marcel Ruiz), and Penelope (Justina Machado).

On March 14, Netflix announced it was cancelling its original series One Day at a Time.

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My name is Elizabeth John and I am a senior with a major in women’s studies. I decided to pursue this art project as an extension of a senior thesis that focuses on the history of perceptions of the female body in the Indian American diaspora.

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With the New Zealand shooting affecting our Muslim community, to midterms and tests stressing many students out, these last few months have been difficult and busy for many. Music has always been there for me through tough times and it is the thing that I turn to when I need comfort.

Another Angle

In elementary school, if I wasn’t drawing, I’d be in the city library, lost in a biography of Magritte or a history of Impressionism. I was certain that I’d become an artist, sharing my self-expression with the world in the greatest museums.