Anjali Dhillon


Transgender Rights Activist Leads Talk on Equality

Mara Keisling expressed optimism about winning rights for transgender individuals.


March 8, 2016

Law, Letters, and Society Major Under Review

The major won’t accept any new applications from the class of 2019 while under review.


February 26, 2016

Two Students Welcomed Into Inaugural Class of Schwarzman Scholars

“[Schwarzman Scholars] is modeled after the Rhodes as the same type of program, except its focus is on China and future leaders.”


February 16, 2016

LGBTQ Student Life Sends Students to "Creating Change" Conference

“I believe the conference provided space to have conversations that aren’t really had within my department.”


January 26, 2016

SG establishes committee on sexual assault prevention

The committee will allocate the $10,000 SG has previously dedicated exclusively to Sexual Assault Awareness Week


January 12, 2016

Students demonstrate in support of protestors at Yale and Mizzou

“I thought it was a great way to show solidarity with those at Yale or Mizzou and a way to publicly vent about some of the very real problems students of color face”.


November 17, 2015

UCMC files lawsuit against arbitration award to reinstate a former employee

"The medical center filed the complaint to overturn the arbitrator’s reinstatement award because we believed it was in the best interests of our patients and employee.”


November 10, 2015

Study links math time with parents to success in school

For math-anxious parents, “even a modest increase in high-quality parent-child math talk could boost their children’s math achievement.”


November 5, 2015

103015 NEWS Naom Zion Ethics Talk (Anjali Dhillon)

Noam Zion, a scholar at the Jerusalem-based Shalom Hartman Institute, spoke on ethics and war at Hillel Wednesday.


Oct. 30, 2015

Active Minds holds “Day without Stigma”

“Because [mental health] is a thing that is not talked about, people tend to think that they’re alone or that they’re weird, weak, different, or bad in some way.”


October 23, 2015