The Socioeconomic Acceptance and Diversity Alliance aims to promote more dialogue about class issues and more resources for low-income students.
Loyola University Professor discussed the benefits of affirmative action at OMSA on Wednesday in light of Fisher v. University of Texas.
Recent op-ed mischaracterizes the true weaknesses of “Politically Incorrect Maroon Confessions.”
Recent administrative message regarding diversity and inclusion rightly reaches out to entire student body.
Students called for more concrete ways to address diversity, including more O-Week discussions and increased emphasis on race issues in the Core.
Students and community members discussed race, trauma care, and disparities in health care on Saturday.
$15,000 will be awarded to the Campus Dialogue Fund annually to bring social justice speakers to campus.
Low-key nature of Campus Dialogue Fund’s launch shouldn’t set a precedent for its future activities.
WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore shared stories on the subject of race and diversity.
A pledging activity at Alpha Delta Phi and a party thrown by Delta Upsilon have been seen as racially insensitive by Latino groups on campus, bringing in the larger campus community, as well as administrators and OMSA.
Alpha Delt and DU’s recent bias incidents speak to a culture of insensitivity, need for understanding.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) hosted the Tuesday panel in an effort to increase communication channels between students and campus security administrators.
University faculty members discussed the importance of mentoring students of color in a panel discussion at 5710 S. Woodlawn last night.
Even though President Barack Obama has not taught at the U of C for seven years, the former senior lecturer in the Law School has a unique connection with third-year Katherine Minaya.