11-Year-Old New Jersey Girl Starts the #1000BlackGirlBooks Campaign

One young girl is tackling the lack of diversity in children’s literature head on. Marley Dias, an 11-year-old girl from New Jersey, has started a campaign to collect 1,000 children’s books that feature black girl protagonists. The idea came to … Continue reading 11-Year-Old New Jersey Girl Starts the #1000BlackGirlBooks Campaign

The Olympic Committee Has Modified Its Guidelines Regarding Trans Athletes

Transgender athletes are able to compete in The Olympics without sexual reassignment surgery, as of Monday. The International Olympic Committee officially updated its guidelines for trans athletes, stating, “It is necessary … that trans athletes are not excluded from the … Continue reading The Olympic Committee Has Modified Its Guidelines Regarding Trans Athletes

NBC Executive Leaks Netflix, Amazon Viewership Ratings At TCAs

During NBCUniversal’s Television Critic’s Association press tour panel, the network’s president of research and media development Alan Wurtzel, offered an answer to the long-standing question about the actual number of people out there watching Netflix shows. According to Wurtzel, data … Continue reading NBC Executive Leaks Netflix, Amazon Viewership Ratings At TCAs

Faculty Senate Addresses Transfer Process, Campus Safety Concerns

The way transfer credits will translate to degree completion, as well as a potential partnership between campus police and the criminal justice program were key subjects addressed during Cleveland State University’s Nov. 6 Faculty Senate meeting. The Senate’s discussion largely focused on the school’s plans to increase accountability and upgrade campus-wide systems, including a set of provisions for the way the university takes in and transfers credits from students who have earned their associate’s degree at institutions like Cuyahoga Community College, Lakeland Community College or Lorain County Community College. The University Curriculum Committee, along with University Registrar Kevin Neal and … Continue reading Faculty Senate Addresses Transfer Process, Campus Safety Concerns