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What's Going on with Exposure?

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Title

What's Going on with Exposure?

Subject

Recruitment and retention of students of color at Ursinus College

Description

In The Grizzly, published February 1st, 2007, Jon Gagas wrote “What’s going on with Exposure.” One evening the semester prior, Exposure had a potluck dinner where students of every color came together for a communal meal. Exposure is a group that gives students a faculty a forum for exposing their experiences of harassment and discrimination, as well as exposing people of different backgrounds. President Heather Saunders of Exposure believed the dinner was an achievement where it gives people of all “religious traditions, races, and sexual identities a place to dialogue.” Exposure is a response from students at Ursinus College that have created a designated time and place for all people of color to come together and build relationships with one another.

Creator

Jon Gagas

Source

The Grizzly

Date

February 1st, 2007

Contributor

Ursinus College

Rights

Ursinus College

Language

English

Files

exposure 2.1.07.jpg

Citation

Jon Gagas, “What's Going on with Exposure?,” Omeka - Digital History at Ursinus, accessed October 7, 2022, https://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/1497.