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On April 27 in Hannon Library’s Von Der Ahe Family Suite, the Jewish studies program held “A Golem for Berlin,” which featured work from artist Joshua Abarbanel. On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Abarbanel introduced the two golems he created and discussed their historical significance, as well …

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Senior health and human sciences major Makeen Yasar is the founder of the Umoja Health Project, a program dedicated to exposing high school students, particularly students of color, to opportunities in health-related professions. "Umoja" is the Swahili term for "unity," indicative of the pro…

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Just a few days ago, Netflix made history with its release of “Special,” a television series about a gay and disabled man, making leaps and bounds for intersectional representation in media.

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With April comes Gryphon Circle Service Organization’s annual Education Month — a month-long stretch of events dedicated to raising awareness about the social justice issues surrounding the nation’s education system. Be sure to go out and support their remaining events this month:

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Agape and Gryphon Circle service organizations collaborated for an event entitled "The Mind Inside," the first event of Gryphon Circle's education month on April 2 in Seaver 200. They showed the first episode of the docuseries – a television series that follows real people and real events – …

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First-generation students are those who are the first in their family to go to college, specifically those whose parents have not obtained a college degree in the United States. Identifying as a first-generation student becomes complicated as the discussion can broaden to include students wh…

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Last week, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos proposed a $17.6 million cut in government funding to the Special Olympics, the largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. DeVos also proposed cuts to numerous special education programs, atte…