Two students sat in concentration across from an advanced chess player, who ran back and forth from each board with ease while other students looked on.
“The Poor People’s Campaign,” said Mowery, “is a national organization that’s working to address what MLK, and then contemporaries, have identified as the four great systemic evils of America, which are poverty, militarism, racism and ecological devastation.”
“Interest in the club never really died…functionally, students were still getting together and doing things socially,” she said.
“Everyone’s a person. We want to get to know them for who they are, not just for what disabilities they have,” he said. “Everyone has a heart and soul and deserves to be known.”
by McKinley Powers Associated Students of Whitworth University approved a new committee on Wednesday, Oct. 15 with the goal of making weekly ASWU meetings more…