Marching for progress

Marching for progress

A month ago, the Women’s March on Washington amassed over one million marchers in D.C. and over five million protestors worldwide. In the event’s aftermath, feminist students and professors on campus are left figuring out how to take that energy and apply it to activism moving forward. Annelise Heinz, an...

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‘Humanists for Humanity Read-In’ promotes inclusivity on campus

‘Humanists for Humanity Read-In’ promotes inclusivity on campus

Faculty members and graduate students from the Arts and Humanities Department participated in a “read-in” on Feb. 7. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to combat the ideas represented in the American Vanguard fliers posted on campus last week. Professors and students read passages from works they had individually selected....

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