Anjali Dhillon

CONTRIBUTIONS

Transgender Rights Activist Leads Talk on Equality

Mara Keisling expressed optimism about winning rights for transgender individuals.

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March 8, 2016

Law, Letters, and Society Major Under Review

The major won’t accept any new applications from the class of 2019 while under review.

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February 26, 2016

Two Students Welcomed Into Inaugural Class of Schwarzman Scholars

“[Schwarzman Scholars] is modeled after the Rhodes as the same type of program, except its focus is on China and future leaders.”

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February 16, 2016

LGBTQ Student Life Sends Students to "Creating Change" Conference

“I believe the conference provided space to have conversations that aren’t really had within my department.”

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January 26, 2016

SG establishes committee on sexual assault prevention

The committee will allocate the $10,000 SG has previously dedicated exclusively to Sexual Assault Awareness Week

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January 12, 2016

Students demonstrate in support of protestors at Yale and Mizzou

“I thought it was a great way to show solidarity with those at Yale or Mizzou and a way to publicly vent about some of the very real problems students of color face”.

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November 17, 2015

UCMC files lawsuit against arbitration award to reinstate a former employee

"The medical center filed the complaint to overturn the arbitrator’s reinstatement award because we believed it was in the best interests of our patients and employee.”

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November 10, 2015

Study links math time with parents to success in school

For math-anxious parents, “even a modest increase in high-quality parent-child math talk could boost their children’s math achievement.”

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November 5, 2015

103015 NEWS Naom Zion Ethics Talk (Anjali Dhillon)

Noam Zion, a scholar at the Jerusalem-based Shalom Hartman Institute, spoke on ethics and war at Hillel Wednesday.

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Oct. 30, 2015

Active Minds holds “Day without Stigma”

“Because [mental health] is a thing that is not talked about, people tend to think that they’re alone or that they’re weird, weak, different, or bad in some way.”

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October 23, 2015