Tag: racism

Racist Snapchats shed light on how incidents are handled on campus

By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer cadejong@iu.edu Two weeks ago an incident was reported where one student allegedly used racist and offensive language to attack another student’s political views. Screenshots of Snapchat messages posted on Facebook, that included tags to organizations and faculty members on campus, show the student using racist and obscene language in reference

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No more excuses

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Earlier on the week of Halloween, I was reminded again that racism still exists on our fair campus. I have never understood why someone’s beliefs or skin color would make them a better or worse person than someone else. Most of what I’ve witnessed has been some mild social prejudice, and

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