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Be an Aid in Change: Promoting Inclusion in Schools

September 29th, 2017; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

“Inclusion” is a word that gets thrown around a lot these days, but it’s something that we haven’t really thought of a great deal. It’s one word that not only […]

Inclusion: The Women’s March for All

February 27th, 2017; By Anthony Teles

Donald Trump’s ascension to the U.S. Presidency is nothing new. My history studies in university helped me make a modicum of sense of a world that is almost always on […]

How to Be Inclusive of Others

January 31st, 2017; By Teodora Pasca

We live in a world full of people of different genders, cultures, religions and economic backgrounds. Because of this, we all have a responsibility to make sure that any individual, […]

You Can Handle Anything- Just Try!

January 31st, 2017; By Courtney Gilmour

I am an amputee, missing both hands and my right leg above the knee. I know what you’re thinking, “How is she typing this?” Well, it’s easy. I simply bash […]

Inclusion in the Workplace: A Perspective

May 20th, 2016; By Maria Cruz

After working in a busy newsroom for the past four years, I understand how stressful it can be to get cramped into a room with a bunch of other people. […]