The Black Student Union and various student organizations affected by the “inaction of the Administration” released a statement of demands.
President Armstrong, the Office of University Diversity & Inclusion (OUDI) and Student Affairs held an open forum for students.
Various organizations on campus put up a booth in solidarity against controversial issues at Cal Poly.
Effective immediately, IFC has self-imposed social probation which will cease boothing at Open House.
Mustang News sat down with President Jeffrey Armstrong for an interview regarding campus climate, diversity and inclusivity.
Cairns argues the actions of the Lambda Chi members involved in the blackface incident are protected by the First Amendment.
RISE called for the expulsion of Lambda Chi members involved in the blackface incident and other steps to reconciliation.
Hernandez argues that students of color must demonstrate a higher standard of knowledge and understanding to avoid being dismissed.
Ahmed argues the blackface incident is yet another example of the administration not taking necessary action to prevent discrimination.
Atienza argues that while blackface is racist, it was a nonviolent act and is therefore protected under the First Amendment.