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To the class of 2020

 Photo by Marco Verch Professional Photographer and Speaker via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)   With the recent events, we finally made it to the end of the semester. Normally, we would...

Racial Health

It’s no doubt that COVID-19 is a virus that’s affecting everyone, but to tell the truth, there are a lot of communities suffering more than most — particularly Black and Brown...

Your Voice is Still There

With the recent university, job and other major closings due to COVID-19, most of us are experiencing a difficult transition during this time. We have seniors missing out on the...

The Impact of a Voice

Homecoming has come and gone for WCU students and  public safety’s presence was stronger than ever. It is believed that every student can attest to the magnificent amount of...

A stranger in your own home

Black people and minorities are often taught how to act in public in regards to keeping their color and how others such as police officers, white people, people in power, etc...

“To protect and serve”

The tension that has increased between Public Safety and the students of West Chester University has been far from hidden. The differentiation of opinion in regards to the...

Hear our voice: for black women

When you look at a black woman, do you really see her? Or do you see the clothes she wears, the different hairstyles, or our own unique language we speak? We’re the criticized...

Inspiring voices: Dr. Tracey Ray

It took many hands to help bring “A Voice at the Table” to West Chester University’s campus. Without the help of Dr. Tracey Ray, the chief of Diversity and Inclusion here at WCU...

Advocating for change at HBCUs

Image: “1909 Cheyney Library” by Smallbones is licensed under Public Domain. The argument between PWIs (predominately white institution) and HBCUs (historically black...

Letter from the editor

Dear West Chester, As the semester begins, and we all slowly grow accustomed to dating our assignments as “2019” and not “2018,” I wanted to take this letter as an...