It doesn’t matter if you are Black or White.
In this article, we explore the origins of soul food and its importance to the Black community
Reconsider Social Norms with the ‘Altered Reality Exhibit’
Why is it so hard to have a meaningful conversation about race relations?
Art by Peau Porotesano Upon finding out that I am a senior, many inconsiderate adults and students alike inquire about my plans post graduation. When I nervously explain that my plans are not entirely concrete, a few joke that “it’s OK” because “if things don’t work out,” I can always “go back to China to […]
Keanu (left) with his family at his dad’s retirement ceremony on the military base in Ansbach, Germany. As a campus, we are well acquainted with international students, but few of us are aware of another breed. This type of peculiar persons includes President Obama, Kobe Bryant, King Jong Un and Cady Heron from Mean Girls. […]
My mother is quirky, or maybe I just don’t get her. One year, I asked her what she wanted for Christmas. Despite being mentally prepared for an answer that was painfully practical, I was still shocked to hear that Saran wrap was a top contender. When I asked her what she wanted for Mother’s Day, […]
Last Sunday saw the coronation of the new Miss America, Nina Davuluri. Competing as Miss New York, she is the first woman of Indian descent to win the Miss America crown. Her beauty, humor and delightful Bollywood dance routine were enough to win the award, but this celebration quickly turned sour as racists from different […]