Thuy-Linh Dang and Javanna Rogers, Staff Writers We asked students around campus how they felt about the vaping epidemic, banning it, and their thoughts on the dangers of vaping.Read More How do you feel about the vaping epidemic?
Javanna Rogers, Staff Writer This month the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) celebrates Hispanic and Latinx Heritage month. Stephanie Molina, coordinator of OMA for this campus, states “As a nationally recognized month, Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes and celebrates the history of Hispanic Americans in the U.S., our culture, and the contribution of American citizens whose […]Read More Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Preview
Visible and Invisible Disabilities: Erasing the Stigma. Understanding Culture. Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer Not all disabilities are visible. “You might look at someone and think ‘Oh, I know who they are,’ but you probably don’t…you most certainly don’t,” explained Dr. Nathan Palmer to the audience in attendance for a workshop called “Visible and Invisible […]Read More Don’t ‘Diss’ The Differently-Abled
Jason Chapman, Staff Writer The SGA inducted six new senators on Sept.16. As the newly appointed senators took their seats, veteran senators looked on in approval. Executive Vice President (EVP) Spencer DeMink lead them to the center of the room. The senators raised their right hands, and repeated the oath that DeMink read out to […]Read More SGA Inducts New Members
Here’s a jam to get you through the week.Read More Playlist- Jammin’ Down