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Critical Conversations series informs on advocacy

As a way to inform students about activism, Syreeta Greene, director of equity, inclusion and multicultural affairs, gives students and faculty information on how to speak up about their concerns at the Critical Conversations Series on Monday, April 23, 2018 in the Legacy Hall Multipurpose Room. Photo by Joanne Ortega

Chloe Phillips, Reporter

April 24, 2018

To have "a proactive and supportive" conversation on advocacy and activities, staff from the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs staff hosted their final session of the semester on April 23. "We've had quite a bit of activism that has happened on campus over the past few months and want students to know ...

Speakers bring social justice to campus

Monti Washington contributed photo.

Arianna Davis

February 14, 2017

As social issues on a national level become a bigger concern, so does the priority of spreading awareness on campus. weConnect, a one-day summit meeting, works toward connecting students with each other as a way to learn more about their peers, as well as gaining insight on what's happening around them....

New summit prompts dialogue

Denise Simmons, educational leadership and technology assistant professor, spoke as one of the guest speakers at the Black Leadership Summit held in CSC Comanche, on April 26. Photo by Makayla Burnham

The Wichitan

April 27, 2016

Our view: The Black Leadership Summit is a necessary vehicle for change on this campus, and arguments about its necessity are missing the point and unfairly attack the students who benefit most from the summit.Although some students may feel the Black Leadership Summit isn't necessary or is counter-pr...

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