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This Week in UCI History, 1969

New University is UC Irvine’s longest-running student newspaper. First published in September 1968, full issues from 1968-1983 can be found in the Online Archive of UCI History… 275 more words

UM Black Student Union president shares life lessons

By Justavian Tillman

Briana O’Neil believes that life is full of lessons, and she’s learned many of those by serving as the president of the Black Student Union at the University of Mississippi, preparing for law school and caring for a sibling with autism. 206 more words


Black Student Union- "Progressive Dinner"

The annual progressive dinner, held by the Black student Union, took people on a virtual tour of African American History. The theme this year was travelling back in time from modern day America to Africa, to their true roots. 704 more words


Diversity Team launches 'SpeakUpGRCC'

GRCC’s Diversity Team is updating and renaming the Diversity Center’s “Popcorn Discussions” with students. The first “SpeakUpGRCC” launches at noon February 17 in the DLC with these goals: 99 more words

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BSU hosts one-man play featuring Muhibb Dyer

The Black Student Union invites everyone to experience From Kings to Thugs to Presidents, a high-energy, thought-provoking one-man play with Muhibb Dyer. He will discuss the epidemic of violence plaguing America’s inner cities and the power we have to change our world! 22 more words

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Gonzaga BSU - Activism Week

February is National Black History Month and Gonzaga University’s Black Student Union is making this month their own. This year Gonzaga’s BSU is hosting an “Activism Week” February 9th-13th, 2015. 379 more words

Black Student Union hosts poet's one-man play

The Black Student Union is bringing community activist and spoken word poet Muhibb Dyer to campus for his one-man show From Kings to Thugs to Presidents… 75 more words

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