Student leaders at SMU share their views on race relations in America and the series of racially-charged incidents that have occurred around the country and on campus in light of the recent election.
SMU is working to close its racial divide, but is not quite doing enough.
SMU President R. Gerald Turner released a statement Tuesday addressing further actions the University is taking to increase diversity on campus. Student Senate is making progress on various legislation.
In light of recent culturally insensitive and racist incidents on Southern Methodist University’s campus, as well as incidents at the University of Missouri, Yale, and other institutions of higher education around the nation, SMU’s National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) would like to acknowledge and applaud all of the students who are taking charge and leading the movement to end racism and educate others on their campuses.
Here we are, yet again, discussing race relations in the United States due to another life unjustifiably being taken away at the hands of the police.
BY KAYLAH BURTON Students and faculty from SMU, Paul Quinn College and Austin College gathered Wednesday evening at the Angelika Film Center for an advanced screening of “Dear White People,” … Read More