All my life, people have treated my twin sister and I as two halves of a whole. And as I get ready for college, I’m worried that I’ll never be seen as an individual.
Atheism is all we’d ever known. But the first friends Cole made on campus belonged to a Southern Baptist church group. Not long after, he converted.
In my family, we are all atheists. But that changed recently when my brother went to college and found religion.
“There was a lot of shock and a lot of fear. Shock because I never thought that it would happen to me. And fear because I knew how I was going to be treated.”
Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” has received a lot of criticism and praise for its graphic content. We’ve got the controversy summed up for you here.
I’m not white. I’m also not not-white. So it’s fuzzy figuring out exactly what privileges I benefit from.
This clash reached a fever pitch during the election season when my grandparents’ support of Donald Trump caused full blown arguments between them and my liberal cousins and aunts.
Recently, commentator Sierra Fang-Horvath participated in a school-wide diversity exercise that revealed more than she ever expected.
The more time I spend in the diverse and accepting Oakland world, the more I notice something that sets me apart in Lafayette: my race.