Even after these changes have been made, the company still leaves much to be desired. Enough is enough.
The fact that the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life is sponsoring these critical discussions about food insecurity indicates the college is taking a step in the right direction.
Among all these questions of spending and students’ financial futures, one point should be made clear: Our cost of attendance has reached a tipping point.
The college must remain steadfast in its support of the transgender and nonbinary community. The administration should make its rejection of this erasure of transgender people clear.
If we wish to live up to the inclusive and equitable institution we claim to be, we must push forward in making all aspects of our college community equitable.
Political and intellectual diversity does not have to include racial insensitivity; however, IC Republicans seems to be incapable of making this distinction.