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“Everyday I’m on survival mode”: reflecting on the military coup in Myanmar a year later

On her first day back on campus, after being in Myanmar for seven months, architecture senior Saddha Zaw said she didn’t expect every single thing that happened to remind her of Burma. “My first day, I had this philosophy class, and the professor started discussing about the ethical dilemma behind torture. I was like, ‘Oh, […]

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Students to host walk in honor of Kristin Smart

Following the recent trial about the Kristin Smart murder, students are hosting a walk to raise awareness about Kristin Smart’s story May 25th, at 6:30 p.m. on the corner of Foothill Blvd and Crandall Way, and end at the corner of Grand Avenue and Perimeter Road, according to the Facebook event. The event will be following COVID-19 guidelines, and all participants must wear a mask.

Posted inFeatures

New club aims to create a safe space for multiracial students

Architecture sophomore Zoe Paris did not plan on starting a club during spring quarter, while students were still attending virtually. However, after attending Crossroads, a conversation series that was put on by the Multicultural Center (MCC), her and   journalism sophomore Naomi Vanderlip saw a need to continue these dialogues and started the Multiracial Students’ Association (MuSA).