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College Striving For Diversity Selects Confederacy Enthusiast As President

April 5, 2014 12:00 pm2,266 comments
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In 2012 the Board of Trustees for the College of Charleston adopted a Diversity Strategic Plan, the first-ever in the college’s history. The goal of the plan was to consciously address what the college referred to as “diversity challenges,” which are prevalent on the current-day campus and sprinkled throughout the college’s […]

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White Privilege: Racism on MLK Day

January 30, 2014 6:00 pm7,855 comments
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As of this past Martin Luther King Day, Arizona State fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon hosted a MLK party to celebrate one of the greatest men in history, Martin Luther King Jr. To commemorate a hero who dedicated his life to creating equality between people of all colors, this fraternity dressed […]

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Diversity vs. Aesthetics: Where To Draw The Line

September 21, 2013 7:30 pm21 comments
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From birth, I can honestly say that I was born to live and breathe fashion. At five years old I can recall lying on my parents’ bed in our riverside city condo, glued to the television late at night as I watched Lauren Ezersky’s Behind the Velvet Ropes and Tim […]

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