Though he’s probably not what you expected, Edward Enninful is ready for the title of British Vogue Editor.
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Millennials have the power to change how major corporations handle social justice issues.
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Abbasi talks about her personal take on the political climate and how to get involved in student activism.
John Asher Johnson talks about the lack of representation for black people in astronomy.
Melinda Nielsen offers eight takeaways from a recent ‘Stand Against Racism’ program at the Commonwealth Honors College.
The banner was described as a proclamation of unity, not division, by participants in Monday’s event.
Emilia Beuger discusses how sexism still pervades our culture.
Daily Collegian columnist Karly Dunn explains her transition to pro-choice views in this weeks podcast hosted by William Keve.
West will examine the United States’ current racial issues during a lecture at Smith College on Thursday.
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Many popular clothing companies have not agreed to ensure safe working conditions for their employees.
Karly Dunn believes the minimum wage can be raised to provide workers with a comfortable living standard.
Kate Waldron discusses the social stigma associated with the length of women’s hair.
Taylor Glickman of GLU said that transgender students will be spared from traveling to Northampton, Springfield and even Boston for hormone treatment.
The student group presented a letter of demands, which was co-signed by many other organizations, as well as the Student Government Association, to administrators on Monday.
Aly Nichols discusses failure of “Life and Death” to realistically portray gender roles.
Alisina Saee-Nazari contrasts “call-out” culture with the alternative of “calling in.”
Jenna Careri argues feminists must change their strategy to be more inclusive.
The pop star’s newest single raises awareness about sexual assault on college campuses.
During a talk Tuesday evening, reform Jewish rabbi and advocate David Saperstein spoke about social justice advocacy, separation of church and state and religion as a context for morality.
Faculty from Continuing and Professional Education and the Massachusetts Society of Professors rallied for equal rights to unionize last Friday.