Lola Rice is doing it herself.
On Oct. 15, the fourth-year music history and industry and political science student released her first single, “Human.” After years of being dissatisfied with working with producers, Rice said she wrote, recorded and produced the song on her own, recording her vocals in her room.
This post was updated June 27 at 9:11 p.m.
Creating a more inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ students in STEM is one of Rob Ulrich’s goals as a queer biogeochemistry doctoral student.
With a global pandemic threatening school safety, Public Affairs 125: “Creating Safe and Welcoming Schools” opens a virtual classroom for both experts and students to these potential issues.
Ever since Frank Chang immigrated to the United States from Taiwan in 1979, he has never seen so much violence against Asian Americans.
Chang, an electrical engineering professor, is one of many Asian American professors who are unsettled by the rising Asian hate crimes and concerned about both their own safety and the safety of their families.
This article was updated Jan. 10 at 4:42 p.m.
News of riots at the U.S. Capitol distracted Vedant Sathye from his classes Wednesday.
Sathye, a third-year computer science student, said he tried to multitask, swapping back-and-forth between his lectures and watching the news.
Rodrigo Vazquez wants to change the conversation around formerly incarcerated students.
Vazquez, who is formerly incarcerated, said people should not ask formerly incarcerated students what they did.
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