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Black Student Union posters...

Students and alumni respond to the vandalism By Connor Renshaw On Feb. 20, the Ripon College Black Student Union began putting up posters around campus that displayed the group’s logo in what they described as a “silent protest.” Then, on March 2, within weeks of the posters being put up, the group made a post […]

BSU on the black vote

By: Rose Hogmire  African-American voter turnout reached an all-time high of 66 percent in the 2012 presidential elections, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Although this number reflects substantial participation from a group historically hindered from contributing to the election process, Americans will have to wait to see if the trend continues in the presidential […]

Celebrating Culture with BS...

By Connor Cummiskey The Black Student Union’s (BSU) SOUL Weekend is coming up, Nov. 5-8. Join members of the BSU for four events that will conclude with the BSU’s ever-popular SOUL Food dinner. The weekend opens up with an opportunity for students to hear from Henry Brown III, a participant in Black Thursday and a […]