The poster’s message to end white supremacy and rape culture is a powerful one, but a single sheet of paper is not effective.
The District should pass legislation recognizing student-athletes for who they are – workers who deserve to be paid.
Officials should keep Lerner open during all hours of the day to ensure that the gym is always an option for students who need to de-stress.
Although men may feel inclined to swallow down their emotions, they should not be afraid to tell others how they are feeling.
It is well within reason that the University provide the security students are promised to protect what we call home for a majority of the year.
Shirking responsibility or embarrassing students for asking questions must never be tolerated in the classroom.
Activism depends not just on everyday citizens to participate, but on the privileged to organize, create a movement for change and sacrifice for others.
The University must require that students attend multiple trainings throughout college related to sexual assault prevention.
Separate classes for native and beginner speakers would create more level classrooms and allow professors to better help their students.
Depending on women to do tasks, from cleaning and cooking to smoothing out conflicts in our relationship, is a disservice to both of us.