By Tomi Adeboyejo Gabriella Estevez felt empowered as she left Stamp Student Union on Thursday. On Feb. 9, Estevez was one of several students who attended the “Purpose, Pipelines, and Presence Intentionality in Graduate Education Diversity,” presented by the Office of Graduate Diversity and Inclusion.
By Tomi Adeboyejo The southeastern coast of the United States was hit hard on Oct. 7 as Hurricane Matthew violently moved through Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. “There is nothing safe about what is getting ready to happen. This is the last time you will hear my voice when I am asking you … Continue reading
By Tomi Adeboyejo The Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association encouraged all police officers to stop escorting the NFL team Miami Dolphins to games until all members stand for the national anthem. Jeff Bell, the President of the International Union of Police Associations, Local 6020 requested “the Broward Sheriff’s Office to refuse any security details associated … Continue reading
By Tomi Adeboyejo Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order to make all Maryland public schools start after Labor Day and end by Jun. 15. On Aug. 31 Gov. Hogan announced the executive order at the Ocean City Boardwalk in Maryland. The new order is to take effect by the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year.