Take the class to the classroom

Take the class to the classroom

By EDITORIAL BOARD

October 17, 2019

The word “inclusivity” gets thrown around a lot. Still, people rarely seem sure what inclusivity actually looks like.

Rethinking Economics: Student-led initiative aims to increase diversity in economics classes

Rethinking Economics: Student-led initiative aims to increase diversity in economics classes

By EMMANUEL TAMRAT

October 10, 2019

A new student club hopes to inform people about the broad scope of economics and increase the accessibility of lesser-known student resources.

Re-structured Disability Resource Center expands its scope

Re-structured Disability Resource Center expands its scope

By SOPHIA McDERMOTT-HUGHES

October 3, 2019

The new office location and name represent a deeper shift in how the office hopes to promote inclusivity and help students with disabilities.

Inclusivity workshop rolled out for faculty and staff

By SARAH ASCH

September 19, 2019

In response to several incidents of bias in the classroom last spring, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is implementing a new program, which will give employees tools to create a more inclusive campus environment.

Faculty for Inclusive Community Discuss Vision For College

By NICK GARBER and ELIZABETH SAWYER

November 29, 2017

Last March, student-led protests of Charles Murray garnered nationwide media coverage, much of which fell into an ongoing debate over the state of free speech on college campuses. Of particular note was “Free Inquiry on Campus,” a statement of principles first published in The Wall Street Journal in ...

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