The Sundial

Colorblind ideology; a new form of racism

Mona Adem

February 27, 2013

Imagine yourself walking in your own neighborhood , alone and lost in your own thoughts. It is dark and you are returning home from the convenience store. Suddenly, a man follows you, but you don’t know why. He is not someone you recognize and you haven’t done anything wrong. Fear envelops you. You can hear your own hear...

Meds: legal, profitable and deadly

Meds: legal, profitable and deadly

Mona Adem

February 19, 2013

It is said to be safer than illegal drugs. Yet, it kills more people than heroin and cocaine combined. A federal data released Tuesday showed that drug-overdose rose for the 11th straight year. Most of deaths were caused by prescription drugs, making it the growing trend of a legal, accessible a...

Hip-hop dance class celebrates Black History Month

Mona Adem

February 14, 2013

GROOV3, an old school hip-hop dance class taught by Benjamin Allen in Redwood hall, was hosted by Pan African studies and the kinesiology department to commemorate Black History Month. The class brought in men and women of all ages and backgrounds. Allen said his dance workout represents three elements:...

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