Concerned students rally for #DoBetterNU

Concerned students rally for #DoBetterNU beste forex plattform تحليل اسهم السعوديه بعد تداول يوم الاثنين 24 12 2012 By Alejandro Serrano, deputy news editor

لتاول العملات والذهب “We can’t normalize these issues of institutionalized discrimination with words. We need to take action,” said freshman sociology Rachel Domond into a megaphone atop the stone Northeastern sign on Centennial Common.

مؤشر سوق دبي Domond was the first of many students to voice their opinions at the #DoBetterNU rally and speak-out, presented by concerned students on Wednesday, April 13, imploring change from Northeastern University.

موقع تجارة الاسهم “I’m concerned because since the day I came to this campus I have felt unwelcomed,” Domond said.

الخيارات الثنائية تتبادل الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية Topics addressed at the speak-out included diversity of faculty, issues that marginalized students face and mental health care at University Health and Counseling Services.

أفضل المنتديات الخيارات الثنائية “I think and I believe that Northeastern is a place that can and should provide services for all people of all ethnic, of all racial and gender abilities backgrounds,” said third-year behavioral neuroscience and political science double major Chelsea Canedy. “Especially in residential life, because that is opportunity for students to have their own personal growth in a low-pressure situation […] before depression hits, before anxiety hits.”

أربح المال بسرعة Northeastern is failing in teaching students about culture, senior English major Lyndon Nicholas said.

ثنائي الخيار الروبوت مجانا مفتاح الترخيص “There are many reasons why I’m happy to be graduating, but one of them shouldn’t be to escape institutionalized discrimination,” he said. “I should not look at someone who has not been taught any cultural competence. We need to do better. That is at the hands of the administration of Northeastern.”

تداول النقد الاجنبى الآلي Other students discussed a sense of false advertisement from the university in promoting diversity. These activists included sophomore political science major Elijah Booker.

مراجعة خيار ثنائي “I got to campus and I was like, ‘Man, who lied to me?’” he said. “Do I matter to you, Northeastern, or do the numbers matter? We all feel this pressure, whether we are willing to speak out or not.”

الخيارات الثنائية تعرف كيف The speak-out continued on social media with scores of posts on Twitter and Facebook tagged with #DoBetterNU. Event fliers and a three-page list of demands for the university from Students Against Institutional Discrimination were handed out to passersby as well as people at the rally.

تداول السهم ب 100 ريال “Don’t use international students to brag about your diversity and then provide little to no support to international students,” said Twitter user Jasmyn Glinton.

إشارات الفوركس المجانية للتداول The list of demands was categorized into undergraduate admissions, undergraduate curriculum, faculty and staff, financial aid, residential life, health services and access, campus climate, advising and support.

الخيارات الثنائية TraderXP Sophomore political science major Henoss Taddesse said the importance of the rally is to enhance the university.

ابي ابيع اسهم الحكير كيف “We are blessed to be here, but we just need a little support,” he said. “Northeastern is better than other schools in this country, but that doesn’t mean we don’t hold it to the highest standard. We hope you do better, NU.”

تحميل برنامج فوركس Photo courtesy Lola Akingbade

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