SGA hosts panel to discuss Iranian protest movement

The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a discussion panel on Monday to address the recent protest movement in Iran.  The panelists included professor of political economy Dr. Behzad Yaghmaian, assistant professor of IT management Dr. Fariba Nosrati and special guest Atieh Babakhani, a Ph.D. candidate from the Criminal Justice and […]

EDIC presents workshop on ‘Rest as Resistance’

Associate Director of the Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Compliance Rachel Sawyer-Walker, along with Counseling Services, hosted “Rest as Resistance: Part 1” on Tuesday, the latest of EDIC’s programs for Black History Month. The event was a workshop centered around topics from the book “Rest as Resistance: A Manifesto” […]

First-generation students explore their identities

“What does it mean to be first-generation?” This was the subject addressed at the First-Generation Student Center’s inaugural event this week. It was structured as an interactive workshop to discuss what it means to be a first-generation student. Although aimed towards first-generation students, the discussions that took place were ones […]

First-Generation Student Center provides targeted resources

The newest student resource center on campus is the First-Generation Student Center, and last week, staff held a tabling event to show off their services. Assistant Director for the First-Generation Student Center Uma Mahalingam worked with a few first-generation students to introduce new resources and programs. According to the First-Generation […]