The group, called Ignite, aims to empower young women politically.
Admitted students cited safety and diversity concerns.
The bill would grant graduate assistants collective bargaining rights.
Political activist Bobby Seale discussed organized resistance to discrimination and oppression.
The mural was a collaboration between the schools after Richard Collins’ death.
The group is supporting a state senate bill.
Members of ProtectUMD met with Del. Angela Angel in Stamp Student Union to discuss the bill.
“This is a conversation that really needs to keep going,” said Andrea Goodwin, the Office of Student Conduct director.
University President Wallace Loh will need to approve the revisions before they go into effect.
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