Daily Archives: November 9, 2018

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Sophie Labelle: The Art of Activism

Art and activism With quick-witted sarcasm and formidable passion, Sophie Labelle has spent her life creating content specifically for the transgender community. Her webcomic, “Assigned Male,” has served as a source of healing for members of the trans community as well as an educational tool for cisgendered individuals. PRISM, the College’s LGBTQIA+ student organization, hosted a…

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Faculty panel discussion on Nike’s new advertising campaign

On Monday, Oct. 29, the Sustainability Literacy Institute hosted a faculty panel discussion on “Nike’s Strategy, Colin Kaepernick’s Values, and the Politics of Race.” Running from 12:00 p.m. until 1:00 p.m., the panel discussion was a “bring you own lunch” event, where students brought their own lunches to auditorium 118 in the Education Center and…

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