News and Perspectives
Monday, April 24, Noon-3 p.m., Cherrywood Room, St. Paul Student Center
The conversation about race continues to be a heated one at the University of Minnesota.
On Wednesday, a display board with examples of white privilege found in Mark G. Yudof Hall led to one student becoming upset.
The display features 11 postcards, each with a different statement that identifies what white privilege allows for those that benefit from it.
Wed. April 26, 5-8 pm, Whole MusicClub, Coffman Union.
Travel. Taste. Trivia!
Join the fun and play some trivia about global and international cultures with your fellow U of M students! What better way to take a break from studying for finals?
FREE DINNER! Afro Deli, Wally's, La Loma, and Chimborazo!
Performances by Minnesota Kpop Dance Crew and Minnesota Junoon!
Oh also...$25 Amazon gift cards for winning team members...per game! (Psst there's 4 games, you do the math)
The University of Minnesota will open a Living Learning Community specifically tailored for black women will open in a few years.
Freshman Nassise Geleta and sophomore Kaylan Fernandez are hoping to open the 10-room LLC in Pioneer Hall once the residence hall reopens in fall 2019 after a large-scale renovation project.
After learning about the Huntley House — an LLC for black men in 17th Avenue Residential Hall — during her freshman orientation, Geleta wondered if there was one for black women she could join. Finding none, she decided to start one herself.