Connections Cut Off

  Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, French teacher Amandine Nelaton began every class by stopping at her students’ desks and conversing with them about their goals, passions and lives. Using her positive aura to illuminate the classroom, she was able to put a smile on the faces of students who showed signs of stress. Now, […]

Diversity, Inequity and Disillusion

Diversity, Inequity and Disillusion

Every day, as Chandace Apacanis ’21 walks onto campus or logs onto Zoom, she feels like she must put up a guard to defend herself. As a Black female student attending a predominantly white institution (PWI), she constantly has to fight against the many manifestations of racism. “When I go to school, it feels like […]