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Microagressions

Francesca Ledesma ’15 Managing Editor

As the US history class goes over slavery, people turn towards the one African American person in the class. A teacher mixes up the names of two Asian American students, though they do not even look alike. Students greet another student differently than his peers because of his race. Have you seen one of these happen? If so, you have witnessed racial microaggressions...click to read more.

Money on our Minds

Gina Cusing ’16 Managing Editor

Let’s take a moment to play a game of “spot the differences” at SI. After a while, some things begin to stand out: who owns a car and who doesn’t, who’s going out of town this break and who isn’t, who got the newest iPhone and who didn’t...click to read more.