News and Perspectives
On Wednesday, University of Minnesota students and other community members gathered in Northrop Auditorium to listen to activist Angela Davis discuss social justice and race issues.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. program and the College of Education and Human Development helped sponsor Davis’ speech, which is part of the ongoing Power and Privilege series put on by the Multicultural Student Engagement office. The series invites speakers to campus to discuss issues ranging from racism to gender identity.
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 5 PM – 6 PM, Appleby Hall Room 3
QueerX delivers critically important topics and conversations that impact the queer and trans community through story-sharing, presentations and panels.
To keep up with the high demand of mental health services for students, The University of Minnesota's Boynton Mental Health Services and Student Counseling Services are expanding, hiring new staff and enlarging existing programs.