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Last Halloween, nine members of Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) fraternity dressed as Mexican gangsters and posted photos of their racist costumes on social media. The results of that bias incident were conversations led by the Latino and Black Student Unions, sanctions placed on the fraternity by the…

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Latino Student Union addressed cultural appropriation at a meeting Wednesday night, called “Dia de Los Muertos: Our Culture, Not Your Costume.” The meeting aimed to educate students and faculty about the difference between cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation. 

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Undergraduate Student Government held a public forum Oct. 22 to discuss the outcomes of a proposed plus/minus grading scale. In the room, at least 25 undergraduate students filled both the left and the right rows of chairs. A handful of professors came too, with most of them sitting in the b…

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Members of We Are One Team, a group promoting diversity, inclusion and social justice at BGSU, explained its presence on campus at Monday’s Undergraduate Student Government meeting.

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BGSU Votes, an on-campus organization dedicated to providing non-partisan voter registration and information, is part of a significant spike in voter participation among BGSU students.