The Women’s and Gender Studies department and Triota share the solidarity statement released by the National Women’s Studies Association.
Gray argues if you want to speak freely, you must be willing to defend others’ rights to speak freely.
Dressler argues that the consequences of student behavior affect the San Luis Obispo community beyond campus.
The Ethnic Studies faculty express their support and love for students of color in light of recent events.
Vella argues that the university prioritizes the wrong issues in terms of student discipline.
Abotel argues the greek suspension was the right choice and greek life needs to analyze why they are distrusted.
Achtenberg argues that Armstrong has done a great deal for campus climate and the campus community must work together.
Semancik argues that the Dryslongo Collective’s list of demands and following clarification are anti-Semitic and misinformed.