Cultural Appropriation Seen Through Slam Poetry

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By Abby Wargo  News Editor Last week, Norman James Theatre was filled with the sound of poetry and music. On Wednesday, April 11, David Romero, a spoken word artist, poet, and activist from California, came to Washington College to host a cultural appropriation workshop. The workshop, sponsored by the Black Student Union, discussed identifying cultural appropriation, […]

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BSU Kickback Party Promotes Diversity and Fun

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By Christian Yosef Elm Staff Writer The Skybox is often overlooked, but it is a great place for a party—as the Black Student Union demonstrated with their annual Kickback Party. On Friday, Feb. 16, students from all backgrounds were invited to dance and socialize. Senior Paris Mercier, president of BSU, said the Kickback Party was important […]

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College Celebrates Black History Through April

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By Brooke Schultz Editor-in-Chief This year, celebrating black history is not being relegated to only one month. “The idea came from us as a group to have something on campus because for the past year—I’ve been here two years now­—but I remember last year we didn’t have [anything] but the Kick Off Dinner,” said sophomore Ervens […]

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Ending Semester in the Skybox

Student Life

By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor On April 29, the Washington College Black Students Union (BSU) and Cleopatra’s Sisters co-sponsored an end of the year event, the Ultimate Black and White Party. Revelers came to the Kirby Stadium skybox dressed for this year’s black and white theme. LED lights flashed across the ceiling as partygoers […]

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