Tag Archives: police brutality

BSU Restores Weekly Newsletter


Melanie Espinal – General Assignments Reporter    The Black Student Union is like a family that has a cause, said Jayan Kulmacz-Bryan, a junior business and sports management major.     This semester BSU members have decided to start a weekly newsletter.     The newsletter will include events that BSU will organize and promote black businesses. There will also be discussion on the political climate of

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Fear and hate of police


Philip Zoppi – General Assignment Reporter Police brutality and racial profiling is a prevalent concern among people today. This being a concern in our society needs to change. According to The Guardian, 872 people have been killed by the police in 2015. Obviously, some of these killings are justified, but that number is still far too large. You should feel safe when

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