Opinion: Solidarity among minorities is largely performative, but it doesn’t have to be

Monumental changes in society cannot be done alone. We need each other more than ever.

| Staff Writer

Marginalized groups sound off on upcoming debate, election at panel

Panelists chosen from seven student organizations that represent different racial and cultural minorities on campus discussed issues surrounding the election Wednesday night as part of a panel titled “Perspectives on the Presidential Debate: Bridging Understanding.”

Bailey Winston | Contributing Reporter

Tenured professor overcomes obstacles of race and gender

Shanti Parikh, an anthropology professor and mother of two, recently became the first African-American female to complete her entire tenure track at Washington University’s College of Arts and Sciences. Parikh’s tenure was announced in April 2010 and became effective in July.

| Scene Reporter

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