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Virtual seminar with Dr. Eddie Glaude speaks on the future of racial diversity in America

The College was virtually visited by Dr. Eddie Glaude on Feb. 26 for a presentation on Black history, social justice and the future of America. The Inclusive Excellence Team hosted the event.

Guest Speaker Brea Baker discusses how to be a better ally during Black History Month

Strategist, writer and activist Brea Baker led a Q&A event hosted by PRISM on Thursday, Feb. 11. The focus of the event was to hold a conversation on how spaces like PRISM, the College’s gender and sexuality alliance, can improve their allyship with the Black community. 

Political activist Marc Lamont Hill shares insights in virtual visit

Political activist Marc Lamont Hill visited the College virtually on Feb. 10 to speak to students about Black history and liberation in modern America. Hill’s visit was organized by the College’s Black Student Union. 

College kicks off celebration of Black History Month with flag raising

The College celebrated the start of Black History month on Feb. 5 with the annual Pan-African flag raising. Students were invited to attend this event virtually as safety measures are an aspect of all campus activities.

Workshop highlights need for powerful voices

The event, held on Feb. 27 at 10 a.m., consisted of a detailed presentation and a period of student feedback and discussion. Assistant Director of Student Employment Joli McTerrell helped students develop their own value systems and encouraged them to speak up in situations where they felt that their voices would make a difference.

‘Family Reunion’ brings night of fun and food

The typically tranquil Social Sciences Atrium was bursting with loud laughter, rap music and cheerful vibes on Feb. 12.

Classic Signals: Scholar lectures about black history

During the month of February, we celebrate the contributions black Americans have made to our society, and how they persevered through a traumatic history of oppression.

Monologues discuss race and politics

Stitched on the shirt of one performer were the words “Black lives matter” in bold lettering. Another shirt read, “Danger: educated black woman.”

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