Protesters chanted "¡El pueblo unido, jamás será vencido!" as they marched through downtown Los Angeles on Labor Day to protest President Trump's decision to rescind DACA.Read More
August 15, 2017 marks the 72nd year of Korean independence.
I would like to remember the story of Jung Jung Hwa. She is well-studied, but not well-known.
She infiltrated Korea six times to raise funds for the government in exile. The government in exile would not have been able to operate as long as it had if it weren't for her bravery and service.Read More
On May 15, 2016, both Native and non-Native community based organizations, unions and activists demanded their voices be heard. They marched in Indiana to protest fossil fuel infrastructure and reliance in the Midwest. Native American and Whiting residents led the march to the BP Whiting refinery plant.Read More
At a time in their lives when they are questioning who they are and what their roles are in society, many students are also grappling with how spirituality fits into their lives, said Tahera Ahmad, associate chaplain and director of interfaith engagement at Northwestern.
“Students are most definitely interested in what their faith means to them or even what their value system means to them,” said Ahmad. “But they’re also interested in that vis-a-vis their peers, and that’s where interfaith comes into the conversation.”Read More
As its name suggests, “Open Session” is unstructured, and participants are free to breakdance, freestyle, practice choreography or relax. Students break dance to funk and hip-hop songs from the 1970s and 1980s, which are projected to the studio through a single speaker in front of the mirrors.Read More