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The Media’s Role in Citizens' Perceptions of Topaz, the Japanese Internment Camp in Utah

by Elizabeth Fields

The media have always played a role in our history. More than simply relaying the news, media dictate which stories deserve our attention, whether or not we are aware of it. 1,459 more words

Government, Law, Politics

The 1965-66 Runnin’ Utes


If Disney’s 2006 major motion picture Glory Road had had the time to tell the whole story, there would’ve been a team in red getting a pretty fair amount of screen time. 2,480 more words

Sports & Recreation

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants - Honoring Dr. Bobby Leach

NASPA has a brand new award for equity, diversity, and inclusion, and it is named in honor of Dr. Bobby E. Leach, who served as NASPA’s first African American president (what would today be the board chair) from 1985-1986. 199 more words

Student Affairs

stop this country, I want to get off

Everything this week is horrible and heartbreaking, and I hate it. Trying to make it stop feels like trying to hold back a runaway train with a rope. 398 more words

News Roundup

ethnic america

“ethnic america” / thomas sowell <1981> \ a concise history of 9 immigrant groups: irish, german, italian, jews, chinese, japanese, mexicans, blacks and puerto ricans / describes how their culture and their experiences in their homeland impacted their experiences as u.s. 37 more words


Ethnicity, Nationhood and Terminology

It is true, as the left repeatedly charge, that we are living in a “post-truth” world where what was once thought to be certified fact is now no more than an object of interpretation. 1,467 more words

Race &amp; Ethnicity

Duncan, N. 2003. "'Race' Talk: Discourses on 'Race' and Racial Difference."

Duncan, Norman. 2003. “’Race’ Talk: Discourses on ‘Race’ and Racial Difference.” International Journal of Intercultural Relations 27: 135-156.

Marked elevation of discourse accepting notions of race and racial difference within Black South Africans. 733 more words