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Osa Omoregie

Columnist — Class of 2018

Number of articles: 3

First Article: April 26, 2017

Latest Article: September 29, 2017

Polar Views

#TakeAKnee : a commentary on patriotism in America

Kayla Snyder “I get it; you have the right to protest, but you don’t kneel during the national anthem. That’s just unacceptable.” My good-intentioned white male friend made this comment in Thorne dining hall two years ago in light of Colin Kaepernick’s decision to ‘take a knee.’ Simply put, I was shook.

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‘Get Out’ confronts the intersectionality of race and mental health

Caroline Carter The other weekend, I was talking with my best friend from Bates College when the subject of the surprise hit thriller “Get Out” came up in conversation. He asked me, “What did you think?” I gave the usual response, saying it was “so good” and “so funny.” He disapproved of the response and retorted, “No, but what did you really think about it?” Honestly, I had to put a great deal of thought into my response.

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