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A Look Into OSU’s Black Student Union

Oregon State University’s Black Student Union was born in 1968, during a time of great intensity and uncertainty. As Black students continue to face significant...

Books About Race & Being Black in America

The publishing industry has been on a roll lately. The number of great books by Black writers or about Black issues have been at an all-time high. Let's keep th...

OSU Events for Black History Month

Oregon State University is celebrating Black History Month with a host of free virtual events that highlight the achievements and struggles of African-Americans...

OSU Holocaust Memorial Program Archive

At Oregon State University, they have observed Holocaust Memorial Week every year since 1987. The breadth and the duration of their effort is unmatched in the P...

Let Me Tell You… About Microaggressions

"The story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human ...

STEM at OSU: Sexism Persists

Nationwide, the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) sector is all about progress: improving upon past experiments and projects, advancing the worl...

Workplace Unequal: Say My Name, Say My Title

The 21st century is an amazing time to be a woman, and now that Trump and Mike are leaving the White House, we even get to see Kamala elected as Vice-President ...

COVID-19 and Mental Health Research

In the ten months of the pandemic, most of us have been affected by social distancing and closures or restrictions of services. Alienation due to lack of job or...