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As Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month draws to a close, I question how many of us realized it even happened. A quick search of the term "Asian" on my hometown newspaper's website returned negligible results for May: namely that Asian Food Fest happened and that Judge Thapar was appointed to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Nowhere was there an acknowledgement that May was Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, not even in the Asian Food Fest reporting. Once again, as communities from across our region descended on our downtown to eat our food, the Asian diaspora remained painfully invisible. Imagine the... [Read More]
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The month of March was Women's History Month, we just celebrated Mother's Day and women have been an important piece of society for such a long time whether they are gentle mothers or work in rough labor outside of the house. Important women, such as Ida B. Wells and Susan B. Anthony have changed the way society sees women. [Read More]
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A California professor banned members of a Republican group from attending a "safe space" event ... [Read More]
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A college professor in California blocked Republican Club students from attending Women's History Month public events. [Read More]
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A college professor in California blocked Republican Club students from attending Women's History Month public events. [Read More]
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In an email the professor wrote, "If the college will not stand up to the Republicans club, I have decided to stand up for myself and other... [Read More]
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The department of Kinesiology would like to congratulate Dr. Shannon Jette on her promotion to Associate Professor of Kinesiology with Tenure. Since coming to the University of Maryland in 2011, Dr. Jette has been very involved in both the local community and the department, having led the committee of the Joan S. Hult Women's History Month Lecture this year as well. Dr. Brad Hatfield, department chair, announced the news on Friday, saying that her significant contributions have helped the department develop a curriculum that made the links between Kinesiology and Public Health more clear.  Congratulations Dr. Jette, on this... [Read More]
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