Oral histories connect us to our cultures and identities.
Posts Tagged: identity
Recognizing economic inequality is the first step to reversing it.
Positive statistics about Asian Americans don’t justify their exclusion.
“I am a product of some bastardized, whitewashed version of my parents’ culture… and I’m okay with that.”
Center for Identity and Inclusion to encompass OMSA, Office of LGBTQ Student Life, and Student Support Services.
What I Be project reduces its subjects to their insecurities instead of empowering them to transcend their struggles.
The things which shape our identity in college may simultaneously obscure it.
Identity of students is predicated on privilege.
“Queer” exists in the vague space between false dichotomies.
We only hurt ourselves when we try to set the boundaries of identity categories.
Questioning who we are as a university is at the core of the U of C’s intellectual spirit.
For this columnist, the name game is a losing battle.
The only reality underlying our shared U of C identity is that we were all brought here to succeed.
Claude Cahun’s first retrospective exhibit in the U.S explores the distance between artist and viewer.