I read with interest the letter to the editor by the chairperson of the Black Student Union, Monique Terry, defending the Black Student Union.This lead me to ask the question; in this day and age, when the catch word of the day is,”Diversity” and “inclusiveness”, why then is there a need for a “Black”, “Asian”,”Latino”,”Gay&Lesbian”(etc) Student Union? It would seem college campuses do more to divide people then to unite. Why do people want to single out people by race, creed,national origion, and gender orientation? If we are so enlightened, why is there not just one Student Union that includes everyone, and lets everyone be heard? Imagine the money and resources that could be saved and invested in real diversity.Just asking.



The Natural Center is a beautiful ode to Earth

Each of the mixed media pieces intertwines themes of nature and humanity, exploring feelings of unnaturalness or discomfort in the spaces where they meet.

Through fire and flames, local business Akimbo Bookshop has the community at its back

This outpouring of support from the community has emboldened Crawford to think about the future of Akimbo, including opening Akimbo 2.0.

A letter to the editor: abortion is healthcare

The ethical necessity for abortion is not up for debate. Bodily autonomy and the right to choose whether to carry a pregnancy to term is a human right.