Daily Archives: October 16, 2013


The government shutdown: everything you wanted to know but were too afraid to ask

On Oct. 9, the Political Science Department hosted a panel discussion entitled “The Government Shutdown: Everything You Wanted to Know but Were Too Afraid to Ask” to explain the confusing process and its consequences to concerned citizens. On Oct. 1, the government shut down because Congress was unable to make a decision on budgeting manners….


Office of Institutional Diversity hosts workshop on affirmative action

On Oct. 8, assistant vice president of admissions Jimmie Foster discussed affirmative action in higher education. Affirmative action is defined by the 1965 U.S. Executive Order 112146 and 11375 asĀ “a set of proactive measures to counteract the effects of past and present discrimination, intended or unintended, in employment and program delivery.” It specifically aims to…

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