PSAC Hosts Courageous Conversation About Privilege

Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer “Courageous Conversations” is sponsored by the President’s Student Advisory Committee (PSAC) on Inclusive Excellence. The first of these events focused on “Privilege, Respect, and Social Responsibility” was held on Dec. 2 at the Ogeechee Theatre. This event was hosted by Takeshia Brown, the director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA),Continue reading “PSAC Hosts Courageous Conversation About Privilege”

Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Preview

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 whoseContinue reading “Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Preview”

OMA Begins Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Celebrations

Javanna Rogers, Staff Writer “Coming from African descent, it’s nice to know different cultures,” expressed freshman Marquavious Hardwick about the Independence Day Celebration hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA). Hispanic and Latinx Heritage month has begun and OMA started it with the Independence Day Celebration at the Student Union on Sept. 12.  Hardwick wentContinue reading “OMA Begins Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Celebrations”

Armstrong Gets “Dragged”

Rachel Hammond, Staff Contributor On April 11, students had the opportunity to watch a drag show right here on campus. The event in its fifth-annual run, was put on by the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) along with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and featured local drag queen Chi Chi Bonet Sherrington from Savannah’s Club One asContinue reading “Armstrong Gets “Dragged””