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“As nice as it is to have you all here, I probably won’t see most of you after February.” Kezia Nyarko, junior and president of Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC), said this to a room of over 100 people who attended their event, How To Be An Ally For Black Students at a PWI, earlier this month. Kezia meant that as Black History Month comes to a close, she expects the attendance at TDC events to...

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You think that being a Muslim girl living in Texas would pose problems. However for much of my life, it honestly didn’t. I grew up, seemingly like everyone at Trinity, in Houston. Houston is probably one of the most diverse cities in America, and often on weekends, my mother would drag me to Hillcroft or Sugar Land for some sort of Indian-Pakistani event. In those areas, dubbed “Little India,” store signs and adverts transitioned from...