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Iota Phi Theta Struck By A Bow

By: Christopher Etienne

On February 13th, as a pre-valentines day celebration, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. launched an event called Struck by a Bow. The event was a celebration of black love. 377 more words

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How to Improve Outcomes for Black Males, NWU, TH 7pm Callen

Thursday, April 2, 7:00 pm in the Nebraska Wesleyan University Callen Conference Center

Dr. Joseph Marshall, Jr. is an author, lecturer, radio talk show host, and community activist. 47 more words

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Humans Versus Zombies: Day 2 Report

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Alexus Kimmey

Four nodes. That was our mission. We had to turn them all on by performing tasks at each of the different locations while simultaneously defending them against the brain-eaters. 1,748 more words

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FRIDAY: Civil Rights Activist Speaks at Event Supporting Rutgers Africana Studies Department

New Rutgers-Based “Black Lives Matter” Group Teams Up With “Galvanizing and Organizing Youth Activism” to Host Newark Activist Larry Hamm

By: Einzen R. Lespinasse

In collaboration with Galvanizing and Organizing Youth Activism (GOYA), a new Rutgers-based group called “Black Lives Matter” will be presenting, “The Black Experience at Rutgers: The Africana Department, Black Activism & Black Identity” on Friday, April 3. 942 more words

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Humans Versus Zombies: Day 1 Report

John Mcleod

*New Log Found*

Age: 23

Sex: Male

Height: 5’9”

Eye color: Blue

Hair Color: Brown

Occupation: Captain

Other: You don’t know about my jaguar. 1,063 more words

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Humans Versus Zombies: Survivor Log

Alexus Kimmey

Age: 19

Sex: Female

Height: 5’11

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Brown

Occupation: Previously part time at Abercrombie and Fitch, now a survivor… 389 more words

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Beyond Ecofeminism: Unmasking Green Beauty

Monday, March 30, 9 a.m. Emerson Recital Hall, Rogers Fine ARts 

Beyond Ecofeminism: Unmasking Green Beauty”

Stacie Kotschwar (English) will reprise her No Limits conference paper for John Spilker’s Music History: The Environment class

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