Most sororities emphasize academic excellence, community service and, of course, sisterhood. For some women of color, that sisterhood would feel more complete if their sorority was also concerned with their specific culture. That’s why, in addition to the traditional Panhellenic Association options for greek life, IU also offers multicultural fraternities and sororities oriented around specific ethnic cultures.
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Majoring in supply chain management and business analytics, sophomore Simone Siew says it sometimes feels like she never leaves the Kelley School of Business. Despite this, she is also pursuing minors in English and the history of the arts, which combines art and music history, and is very passionate about her humanities background.
Union Board coordinated a panel Monday night called “The Evolution of Revolution,” which featured five women of color who spoke about how activism has changed in recent years before taking questions from the audience.
The Office of Management and Budget, which prepares the president’s budget proposal for consideration in Congress, is scheduled March 13 to release a list of programs Trump plans to eliminate as he works toward balancing the federal budget. That budget would prioritize military spending and use cuts in other areas to increase the defense fund.
For the sake of entertainment, movie and television audiences willfully suspend their disbelief and hope this sacrifice will prove to be rewarding. We give up — at least in part — the cynicism we apply to our daily lives in exchange for something that we expect will make those lives a little easier to bear.
On Monday, the moment we all should have been waiting for arrived. Simon & Schuster announced it would cancel its publication of Milo Yiannopoulos’ forthcoming book, “Dangerous.”
After admitting they had spray-painted swastikas and messages of “white power” and “brown power” on a school building, five Virginia teenagers have been sentenced to, among other instructional experiences, read and write reports about one book per month for a year.
Let’s just begin with an important reminder. President Trump is not a normal president, and though Trump certainly likes to make exceptions for himself, his status as an atypical president is nothing to be proud of.
Owing to a misguided fixation on his own perspective, President Trump assumed his view of Friday’s inauguration attendees was proof enough to claim the crowd was the largest of all time.
Donald Trump will officially become president of the United States on Friday, and for one reason or another, there will be many people for whom his inauguration will be a thing of joy.
The truth is relative, which is itself a relative statement.
We’re all familiar with the red and blue election maps that aim to show us which parts of our country subscribe to certain political ideologies.