Adjusting to the Moment: Teaching and the Affects of Gun Violence

students in a march for our lives demonstration

By Dr. Alyxandra Vesey, Journalism and Creative Media I will never forget the first time that a student came up to me after class to request content warnings for course screenings. In my nine years of teaching college, I have received negative feedback from students who objected to what I screened for class. Some have […]

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Under Pressure: Four Ways to Enable Academic Integrity

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by Alexandria Gholston, Department of English Imagine you are an Olympic athlete, and you are about to compete for your country. Imagine the pressure of having your family, friends, teammates, and your country all counting on you to represent them in front of the world. How would you handle such pressure? Would you fold, or […]

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