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I spent my spring break on a week-long study abroad trip in Portugal, a component of WMU’s Global Leadership Program. The trip was designed to expose students to a variety of international issues viewed through the lens of a different society. To me, the most interesting topic was how racial…

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Anyone who knows me, knows I can't sleep in. As soon as I wake up, I have to shower or do something in order to feel like my day is productive.

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As educators, we believe there is tremendous value in encountering, analyzing and endeavoring to understand each other's perspectives. A bedrock university value is engaging in an exchange of ideas, cultural and lived experiences. This is how we learn and how we enhance, expand and sometimes…

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The Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars. The Superbowl for those who didn’t get out much as kids. Whatever you call them, they are the biggest night of the year for those in and around the film industry; a culmination of all the hard work (and money) put in throughout the year. 

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"Blood at the Root," written by Dominique Morisseau, is a theater representation of a group of students who react to a notice of nooses being hung from a famous tree planted in their schoolyard and how that relates to racial problems in the south and also discusses another major social probl…