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Statement from MSA About Recent Events
To say we are outraged, sad, and frustrated by the ongoing oppression of Black people in the US and world, is a severe understatement. Racism is insidious, and an unfortunate reality of our society. Over the past few weeks, Armaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, George Floyd, Tony McDade, and countless other Black folx whose names we do not know, have all lost their lives because of the racism and anti-Blackness in this country. To prevent the continued loss of more Black people, we must take active steps to combat racism, white supremacy, and anti-Blackness on our campus and in our daily lives.
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Jul 5, 2020
Supreme Court Upholds DACA
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked the Trump administration’s plan to dismantle the Obama-era immigration policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Jul 2, 2020
Women’s Center Welcomes New IPV Response Coordinator
Alexius Pearson (she/her) joined the Wolfpack as an interpersonal violence response coordinator, an integral member of the Women’s Center team.
Jul 5, 2020
Movements Throughout History: An Educational Resource Guide
During this time, many of you are looking for ways to educate yourselves and others about the critical issues we are facing.
Jul 4, 2020
My Continued Journey as an Ally
Guest editorial from Justine Hollingshead (she/her), chief of staff and assistant vice chancellor in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs.
Apr 2, 2020
Alum Tyler Allen Reflects on His Time with Multicultural Student Affairs
Tyler Allen, ‘14, ‘18 was pretty busy during his time on campus, double majoring in biology — with a molecular, cellular and developmental concentration — and plant biology, and also minoring in genetics. He earned a Ph.D. in comparative biomedical […]