A Letter to Those Responsible

Written by Najwa Jamal This is a letter to myself, and more importantly, to whoever is listening. Horror. Panic. Anxiety. Will I live to see my children grow up in a world consumed by climate-caused destitution? A world full of poverty, food shortages, environmental decimation, a complete and utter obliteration of all things as we […]

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Nobody Wins When the Family Feuds: Brown and Black Voices at Predominantly White Institutions

Written by Dezi Hall As a person of color moving within predominantly white institutions (PWIs), I’ve always stuck out like a sore thumb. My middle and high schools were majority white and taught me that I would not always be well-received, especially as an artist. Over the years I’ve encountered other students of color who […]

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The Unspoken Conversation: Navigating the obscured landscapes of our bodies

by Gabrielle Berbey How do we define the relationship we have with our bodies and is it even something that needs a definition? In recognition of Eating Disorder Awareness week, The 100 Days Initiative spent three hours in the Campus Center with Bard’s Wellness Committee, interviewing students about their feelings surrounding self-love, institutionalized shame, and […]

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