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Sullivan Award recipient Josh Nadzam came by his passion [...]
"Growing up queer in North Carolina transformed my understanding of injustice," said the young changemaker and former Peace First Fellow, who will lead the Project Track at the Spring 2022 Ignite Retreat.
Two first-year students from the Miami Nation of Indians [...]
For a group of young Black men from the roughest and most underserved inner-city boroughs of New York, Mary Baldwin University has rewritten expectations about what college looks like.
Silas House, winner of the Duggins Prize for Outstanding Mid-Career Novelist, said he hopes his fiction and other written works have helped LGBTQ people "feel seen and heard."
Now a teenager, baseball fan Gabby Hernandez has been fighting for her life since she was just six months old, and her beloved Fighting Camels always make sure that she feels accepted and loved.
The North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs held its second meeting this year at Campbell University to discuss important issues facing the state's Native Americans and set goals and initiatives for the coming year.
Thanks to the efforts of a group of Furman changemakers, Periods2Progress will provide free, organic period products in more than 50 bathrooms across the campus beginning this summer.
Kaylee Klatt, Leah Hornig and Emily Curran helped build the foundation for the Take Action Institute, giving hundreds of activists the tools and connections to address systemic problems facing everyday citizens.