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“It’s about collective struggle”: Interview with Jesse Hagopian on education & the movement for Black Lives

As the one-year anniversary of a Seattle police officer pepper spraying me on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day approaches, I sat down with the Seattle Weekly reporter, Casey Jaywork, to discuss ongoing struggles for social justice. 3,888 more words

Education Justice

Black Student Union Annual Thanksgiving Potluck

The Black Student Union held its own Thanksgiving Potluck. Every student brought a different dish, and we all sat around a big table, as a family, and enjoyed our food together. 99 more words


Krys Vargas: Her Story

On the night of November 12, 2015 over 200 students made their way through the cold and rainy SUNY New Paltz campus in solidarity with the students of the University of Missouri. 836 more words

Feature Writing

B.S.U. hosts annual Kwanzaa banquet

Bria Hilliard

Asst. Features Editor

Kwanzaa is a weeklong celebration of family, community and culture, celebrated in the African American community in celebration of African heritage. 465 more words


Black Student Union raises minority awareness

Written by Elinor Aspegren

With over 100 clubs and organizations on Gunn’s campus ranging from Cheese Club to Thespian Club, none offer more of a sense of belonging to its members than the Black Student Union (BSU). 570 more words


Lehigh Marches in Solidarity with Mizzou

Monday Lehigh stood and marched in solidarity for our peers at the University of Missouri where there is hurt, fear, and anger. The reality we are living in is that there are collegians who live in fear on their campus. 171 more words

LehighU Class President