Black Anxiety in Academia: How the pressure of avoiding stereotypes is harming young Black students in the U.S.

By Jae Bradley IMPOSTOR SYNDROME is a term that describes a deeply-ingrained propensity to see one’s achievements or status as luck or deceit, rather than a meaningful reflection of skill and persistence. It is a phenomenon often associated with women, particularly in the context of the workforce. However, the impostor syndrome concept could also easily... Continue Reading →

The Cost of Winterim

Tuition fees prevent students from enrolling in courses this semester By April Payes-Nascimento As the fall semester comes to a close, registration for the winter and spring semester has begun. However, something major changed this year: winter semester classes will include separate tuition fees. Typically, the winter semester (or Winterim) starts right after New Year’s... Continue Reading →

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