This article originally appeared in The Eagle's December 9 special edition. Activism at AU has reached far beyond the bounds of our campus and has resonated with students across the country.
I comment with deep respect for our young people. I was saddened, but not surprised by what I heard.
Post-election attitudes have been loud, fear driven and have divided the country more than healed it.
Hayley Cormack advocates for more "productive" discussion around national issues
Dear AU Students, As you are aware, members of university communities across the country have already been targeted with physical violence and racist or otherwise hateful speech in the wake of the U.S.
It is clear now more than ever that the landscape on college campuses is changing. Students are challenging each other to embrace discomfort and seek growth.
Shawn Bond explains that now more than ever, your vote matters.
Naomi Tamura is done with empty promises and ready for tangible change.
Zach Ewell urges voters who are discontent with the presidential nominees to vote third party.
This is a reprint of an article that first appeared in The Blackprint on Oct. 11. The original post can be viewed here. Nate Parker’s film Birth of a Nation, about Nat Turner’s 1800s slave rebellion, was released nationwide on Friday.