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Students Release Their Insecurities with the Black Student Union

by LAURYN FRONEBERGER

With the stress of the school year reigning over students at the University of Maryland, things like personal insecurities and doubts begin to pile up. 210 more words

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The Late Skate Provides Students With A Unique Alternative

by LAURYN FRONEBERGER

For the second year in a row, University of Maryland students Aziz Sani and Jeremie Lecuyer have decided to venture beyond throwing the “ultimate Friday night college party.” Instead, they are continuing their innovative approach to the average weekend’s festivities. 113 more words

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Black Student Union celebrates culture

By Ellen Rossow

rossowel@mnstate.edu

Last year, posters hung throughout campus advertising a “Soul Food Dinner.” Complete with fried chicken and Kool-Aid, promotion for this event stirred up controversy with passersby as whispers of the event’s racist intentions spread campus-wide. 411 more words

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GET PHYSICAL WITH PHUNKTIONS THIS SUNDAY!

by LAURYN FRONEBERGER

In light of Breast Cancer Awareness month, University of Maryland’s Phunktions Hip Hop Dance Company are hosting an all day fitness fundraising event Sunday that includes a 5k run and a number of dance classes such as Yoga, Master Zumba and Abs & Arms. 193 more words

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In case you missed Homecoming Juke Joint... (Video and Pictures)

by LAURYN FRONEBERGER

…..which you probably didn’t because it was one of the “livest” and most packed events of the semester!

Here are some of our favorite performances and pictures from the show! 238 more words

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Columbia College Stands Against Police Brutality

On September 17, Columbia College Chicago protested against police brutality in response to the unjustified death of Michael Brown. The peaceful protest took place on the sidewalk of 618 South Michigan Avenue. 45 more words

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University of Arizona's Black Student Union held a Symposium with UAPD, was it really effective?

The BSU at the University of Arizona held a symposium where students could have a dialogue with the University of Arizona Police Department about police brutality in the black community. 176 more words