Tag Archives: inclusivity

Earth Day lecture addresses inclusivity needs of student organizations

On Earth Day, several clubs came together to sponsor a lecture and micro-workshop by A. “Breeze” Harper, Ph.D., entitled “Uprooting White Fragility: Intersectional Anti-Racism within the Ethical Foodscape.” This came in response to recent racial tensions on campus that caused several predominantly white clubs, namely Sustainable Lawrence University Gardens (SLUG) and Greenfire, to consider how

LUCC discusses housing plan with emphasis on inclusivity

On Feb. 8, Lawrence University Community Council’s (LUCC) Residence Life Committee introduced new legislation regarding formal theme and group housing. This new system, called “Group Living,” allows for individuals to come together with or without an organization backing them to live in a group space. Despite this, group living still requires students to have a