Continuing a dialogue on discrimination

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Education is the primary reason why all students attend the University of New Hampshire, but there are certain topics that students cannot become educated on simply by sitting in classrooms. Many important topics are touched upon in discussions in classes, but continuing them outside of class is just as important, if not even more so.

Over the past month, the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and many University of New Hampshire students have launched a discussion outside of the classroom, using social media to voice their experiences about “being a minority” at UNH, sharing candid pieces of daily life as minority students at the 92 percent white university.

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