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South Carolina students protest demands

17 November 2015 - 09:51 AM

Here are the students’ demands:
We demand that our university acknowledge that this institution was built on the backs of enslaved Africans. Further, we expect that this acknowledgement is included in tours, especially areas like the garden directly behind the president’s house where slaves were once housed. This acknowledgement should be reflected in markers on historic buildings. Additionally, we expect that the university will raise the plaque marking the AAAS tree to increase its visibility.
We demand that our university improve and expand minority recruitment efforts in order to increase racial diversity on our campus. We call for the creation of a minority scholars program through the South Carolina Honors College.
We demand that our university provide gender neutral housing and restrooms that are accessible and convenient. We call for our university to create a streamlined process for changing gender markers and names within university databases and records. We require that university personnel use personal gender pronouns as indicated by the individual. Additionally, we ask that our university provide informed, comprehensive health and mental health care that meets the specific needs of transgender students and ensure that all health and mental health care providers are competent on transgender issues.
We demand that our university acknowledge gender identity and expression as protected classes under Title IX.
We demand that a transparent and independent investigation be launched into the following university administrators: the Executive Assistant to the President for Equal Opportunity Programs; the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Academic Support, Student Life and Development; and the Vice President for Student Affairs, Vice Provost and Dean of Students.
We demand that our university increase the funding allocated to the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs. Additionally, we require that OMSA be housed in a new cultural center that celebrates all identities. As campus continues to grow, it is imperative that support for all students continues to grow.
We demand that our university increase funding for the Counseling Center, so that there are more available appointments and more appointments provided free of charge to each student.
We demand that all faculty and staff, especially those who engage students on a regular basis, participate in a mandatory diversity training provided by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. This training should be intersectional and representative of a wide variety of identity groups.
We demand that our university institute a policy of transparency through data collection and dissemination on the topics of admissions and enrollment, campus sexual assault, sexual harassment, and hazing by providing existing statistics in a communicable way and conducting new research to better identify its problems on campus.
We demand that our university provide a social justice minor and cognate to expand its current offerings to undergraduate students.
We demand that the Office of Student Disability Services be renamed the Office of Accessibility and Accommodation Services. Additionally, we call for the advancement of student knowledge of this office through new student orientation, residence life, the counseling center, psychiatric services, and student health services.
We demand that USC Homecoming be restructured to accurately reflect and celebrate the various communities and cultures that exist and continue to grow within our campus, our alumni, and our community. As it stands, Homecoming is just for some, but we all want something to come home to.

On going multi location attacks in Paris.

13 November 2015 - 04:36 PM

Shockingly enough it seems its muslims behind it.

concerned student 1950 and MIZZU.

07 November 2015 - 09:10 PM

Reading where black football players are boycotting football related events until the system president resigns. What the hell is this all about? The school that boasted the first openly gay black football player is really a den of recist activities? Where did this come from?

Based Potatos raised a question.

29 October 2015 - 12:39 PM

Part of being a fan is enjoying your team and comaraderie of other fans of your team. When its no longer fun or you no longer enjoy any other fans of your team its time to move on. GaTech plays a fun old school style of ball and rarely have pretentions about who and what they are. I have a few college buddies that ended up at Tech and am willing to put togather a GaTech fan starter package and mail it to the address of your choosing if you decide its time to move on. They are good folks and in all honesty I have never met a bad GaTech fan. The couple of games I have gone to were pleasant enough.

Either way best of luck and I hope you find what you are looking for.

Ryan Mallett fired by Texans.

27 October 2015 - 05:59 PM

Dude just pissed away his future.