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Creating a Second Home: Student Advice and Comments on the College Experience

For many college students, home exists in two places: their familiar hometown, and their new, lively community on campus. Becoming comfortable at the University of Redlands is not instantaneous for most Bulldogs, but through participating in organizations, sports, and clubs, as well as exploring the city of Redlands and Southern California, students gain a sense…

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The Real Thanksgiving Highlights Native Traditions and Jacob Green

Sponsored by Native Student Programs (NSP), The Real Thanksgiving is an annual dinner that aims “to highlight what actually happened on Thanksgiving,” as well as “native foods of local tribes,” Elizabeth Shulterbrandt, Assistant Director of NSP, told The Redlands Bulldog.   However, plans for the night on Nov. 20 were interrupted following the announcement of…

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Beyond Hair: Nappily Ever After and Opening Up Dialogue About Identity

CORRECTION: The following sentence has been changed due to inaccuracy: “Thomas, an NAACP Image Award winner for Outstanding Literary Work, is the author of the novel Nappily Ever After, which was turned into a Netflix original movie in 2018.” Thomas was a finalist for the award, not a winner.   On Tuesday Nov. 5th Campus Diversity and Inclusion…

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What you should know about S.T.E.P.

S.T.E.P.: STUDENTS TOGETHER EMPOWERING PEERS   Since 2003, STEP has brought together a community of a determined and diverse group of first-generation students. Entering college as a first-generation student can be terrifying, but having programs such as STEP make this journey a little easier. STEP’s goal is to make sure its first-generation students are comfortable…

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