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Quaint or outdated? The renovations of historical Building 48 in the School of Architecture leaves many people ecstatic about its preservation, but others calling for big change.
When going about the process of dismantling institutionalized inequality, the only way to make significant change is to do it from within the system.
When the statistics of poverty and health connect and staggeringly go against African Americans, we need to realize that the problem is, in fact, institutional racism.
“This is the first time the outdoor fields behind the Wellness Center will be completely renovated,” said executive director of the Herbert Wellness Center, Scott Levin.
“Even though SportsDesk has been fortunate enough to be nominated and eventually win several awards over the years, the thrill of winning never gets old.”
Actor, comedian and physician Ken Jeong told UM students what matters to him during a discussion on minority representation in the entertainment industry.
“I wouldn’t say it was rock bottom, but it’s very gritty,” Van Belle said. “You can’t take anything for granted. My freshman year, I will never forget every day before practice. We had to pick 12 weeds out in the outfield before the day started. You had to fix the mound yourself. Nothing is done for you.”