Op-Ed: What It’s Like to Be the Political Minority on a College Campus

Op-Ed: What It’s Like to Be the Political Minority on a College Campus

The Prospect’s usual political article disclaimer: This piece reflects the views of the writer and not the views of the entire TP staff. For the first…

Being a Minority at a Predominantly White Institution

Being a Minority at a Predominantly White Institution

The racial diversity in the colleges across the United States of America is not consistent. Just as the nation is, the colleges in America tend…

Op-Ed: Representation Is Not Just a Fad

Op-Ed: Representation Is Not Just a Fad

In this beautiful world we live in, there is not just one species, one genus, and one sole culture. Diversity is a strength not a…

5 Great TV Shows with Diverse Representation

5 Great TV Shows with Diverse Representation

As I’m sure you already know, media has a great influence on our perception of the world, and television is certainly not exempt from this….

Alex’s Story: My College Journey to the University of Southern California

Alex’s Story: My College Journey to the University of Southern California

  “So why did you apply to USC?” As a student from Upstate New York, I was asked this question a lot throughout my senior…

What College Tour Guides Won’t Tell You

What College Tour Guides Won’t Tell You

College tour guides: they’re the chipper, well-dressed Beatrices ready to usher you through admissions purgatory and into college heaven. They’ll show you it all –…

Op-Ed: My Fears of Being Part of the Minority in College

Op-Ed: My Fears of Being Part of the Minority in College

As I weighed my choices for college I had the option to go to a HBCU (Historically Black College or University) where I knew that…

Book Review: Lauren Myracle’s “Shine”

Book Review: Lauren Myracle’s “Shine”

Diversity in the genre of young adult literature can be hard to come by. Worse, the more specific you get about what you’re looking for…

3 Important Things You Need to Know About Diversity In College

3 Important Things You Need to Know About Diversity In College

Going to college, like many other life transitions, comes with vast and various changes. You’re no longer around the same 50-500 people in your graduating…

How to Deal with Microaggressions

How to Deal with Microaggressions

I went to a pretty progressive high school. The students—the ones I knew, at least—were respectful and socially conscious, bullying was taken seriously, and I…

Getting through the Glass Ceiling in College

Getting through the Glass Ceiling in College

Minority. You may think of it as a bubble to be filled in on a standardized test or that odd moment when you discover in…

The Best of Both Worlds: Growing Up With Two Cultures

The Best of Both Worlds: Growing Up With Two Cultures

Firstly, happy Asian Pacific Heritage month everyone! I spent half of my childhood being ashamed of my ethnicity and the other half being okay with it, but…

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