The Irony of Diversity Training by Spencer Wage

I attended a three-day diversity camp called “Camp Crimson” before the start of my freshman year of college at the University of Oklahoma. Within those few days on campus, we participated in various activities where we interacted as a group, watched multiple videos, and discussed how to create a more ‘diverse’ and ‘inclusive’ university. After … [Read more…]

Home by Dib Qaub Lee

Home tastes like the 559 where Maladjusted families Originating in No man’s town never Gets out of there. People like me, Removed from our homes but never Intentionally leaving Die wondering where home is Everyday. In ways we never expect we must Survive until tomorrow. Hungry, starving, Or ravished we must Make sure to look … [Read more…]

I Have a Dream by Solana Ceville

existing shouldn’t be this painful when you realize you live in a nightmare world and yes nightmares are dreams too but this ain’t the dream I wanted for you I have a dream! but this ain’t the dream I wanted for you and yes nightmares are dreams too when you realize you live in a … [Read more…]