Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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Bias Incident Reporting is Designed to Curb the Rise in Hate Crime

Bias Incident Reporting is Designed to Curb the Rise in Hate Crime

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

On Nov 30, Eileen Yoshina, director of diversity and equity, sent a campus wide message through canvas addressing the rise of hate crimes and bias incidents on campus. “Most of the reported incidents are from people who voted for Trump who feel unsafe on campus” claims Yoshina. There are also incidents where, “students of color […]

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Are you a Broke Bookworm?

Are you a Broke Bookworm?

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s time to buy textbooks for Winter quarter, and in order to save your wallet, you are going to need to get savvy with your spending. A college education is expensive. According to the South Puget Sound Community College website, the total estimated annual expenses [tuition, room and board, books and supplies] for a student […]

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Inauguration Day Rally: Introducing the Newest Age of Activism

Inauguration Day Rally: Introducing the Newest Age of Activism

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Students and faculty who stand against the incoming Trump administration plan to descend upon the steps of the Olympia State Capital legislative building on Inauguration Day, Jan 20 from 9 am- 12. The demonstration was set into motion by a group of high school students from Olympia High school, but activists from all area high […]

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Bias Incident Reporting is Designed to Curb the Rise in Hate Crime

Bias Incident Reporting is Designed to Curb the Rise in Hate Crime

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

On Nov 30, Eileen Yoshina, director of diversity and equity, sent a campus wide message through canvas addressing the rise of hate crimes and bias incidents on campus. “Most of the reported incidents are from people who voted for Trump who feel unsafe on campus” claims Yoshina. There are also incidents where, “students of color […]

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“Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit” brings awareness to campus

“Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit” brings awareness to campus

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

In honor of Disability History Month, the Center for Student Success welcomed the “Allies for Inclusion: the Abilities Exhibit” into its main hallway from Oct. 29 – 31. According to the Allies for Inclusion website, Anne Marie Carroll, a graduate from Saint Louis University, did a project on raising public awareness of disabilities. This inspired […]

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Inauguration Day Rally: Introducing the Newest Age of Activism

Inauguration Day Rally: Introducing the Newest Age of Activism

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Students and faculty who stand against the incoming Trump administration plan to descend upon the steps of the Olympia State Capital legislative building on Inauguration Day, Jan 20 from 9 am- 12. The demonstration was set into motion by a group of high school students from Olympia High school, but activists from all area high […]

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Bias Incident Reporting is Designed to Curb the Rise in Hate Crime

Bias Incident Reporting is Designed to Curb the Rise in Hate Crime

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

On Nov 30, Eileen Yoshina, director of diversity and equity, sent a campus wide message through canvas addressing the rise of hate crimes and bias incidents on campus. “Most of the reported incidents are from people who voted for Trump who feel unsafe on campus” claims Yoshina. There are also incidents where, “students of color […]

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Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Counseling are Essential Lifesaving Services

Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Counseling are Essential Lifesaving Services

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Did you know that in 2016, Thurston County had the highest number of suicides in county history? Almost doubling the number of deaths by suicide in the last few years, to a new high of fifty. Thurston County’s suicide rate compared to Washington State’s average has been higher for many years. Suicides tend to occur […]

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