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Inclusivity Requires Accessibility: Issues with ASAC Accommodations

Inclusivity Requires Accessibility: Issues with ASAC Accommodations

Sierra Cougot, Creative Director
When requesting his accommodations, Sackstein said, “I tried to get them to commit to offer rides to the quad, even for just the first week while I transitioned. But they wouldn’t budge.” “I mentioned that my friend who had an ACL tear was accommodated by her university, but they told me that this was AU,” Sackstein said.
Caroline Lougee

Racism, sexism, and abolition: a modern Greek tragedy

Reports of racist incidents and sexual misconduct connected to fraternities and sororities on anonymous Instagram pages have led many students to disaffiliate from their organizations and some to call for abolishing Greek Life.
Ziyi Yuan

Boundary Breakers: Asian American Women in the film industry

The commercial film market doesn’t provide many chances for female directors. The documentary market is more diverse than commercial films, said Jayaswal, but there is still room for improvement.
Rojeen Azadi

College students work to prioritize mental health in light of COVID-19

Katherine Long, Editor in Chief
Two out of three college students don’t seek treatment for anxiety and depression, according to mental health awareness non-profit Active Minds. This doesn’t factor in the added layer of being self-quarantined and completing college courses remotely
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