The event featured three nationally recognized activists who discussed their inspiration and work in women’s rights advocacy across the globe.
Zidouemba said his friendly disposition will help him build relationships with students on campus.
Leaders from the Black Pre-Law Students Association hosted a discussion on the future of the 2021 Black political agenda Saturday.
Human rights experts discussed the detention experiences of ethnic Uyghur minorities in China’s Xinjiang region Tuesday.
About 1,500 students flocked to campus residence halls last month, moving into District and Potomac houses and Shenkman, South and Francis Scott Key halls.
Foreign policy experts discussed the future of the United States-China relations under President Joe Biden’s administration last week.
The School of Media and Public Affairs hosted a panel Monday about the legacy and impact of the 2020 presidential election debates on the final results.
Joe Biden reeled in 14 times the funding Donald Trump received from University employees during the 2020 election cycle, FEC data states.
Professors were initially “excited” about the fall semester, but they now say they are bogged down by the stress of layoffs and other financial cuts.
Officials hosted a webinar on a journalism initiative highlighting African American history as part of the “Race in America” speaker series Tuesday.