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RELAY FOR LIFE: MAKING AN IMPACT

Although the long anticipated and thoughtfully organized Relay For Life, was unfortunately rained out March 10 just twelve hours into the twenty four hour event, the Luminaria Ceremony persisted. Last Wednesday, at 7pm University of Redlands students took to the steps of the administration building to light candles in remembrance for those lost to cancer….

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FEM FEST: GET TO KNOW THE ARTISTS

Fem Fest, a free, student-only event is centered around intersectional feminism and features eight female-fronted acts across punk, indie, and hip-hop, including underground local bands, touring acts and influential punk rock pioneers. On Saturday, March 31, from noon to 7pm, the University of Redlands will be holding a feminist music and arts festival.   The…

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BRAVE VOICES PERSIST: THE 10TH ANNUAL WOMEN, GENDER AND SEXUALITY CONFERENCE

The theme of University of Redlands’ 10th annual Women, Gender and Sexuality Conference was “Nonetheless They Persisted,’ which showcased students experiences and work in their struggles with oppression and social identities. This years conference took place last Friday, March 23 in Larsen Hall. The university hosted human rights activist, Loretta Ross to deliver the keynote…

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“WHITE SUPREMACY IN THE AGE OF TRUMP:” LORETTA ROSS SPEAKS AT THE U OF R

Dim, energized chatter filled the Casa Loma Room on Friday as groups of students, faculty and community members enjoyed refreshments and anticipated a keynote address by feminist activist (and more recently, associate professor at Hampshire College) Loretta Ross. The event accompanied the tenth annual Women, Gender and Sexuality Student Conference held on campus the following…

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