Office for Student Engagements’ (OSE) new policies affect student organizations

The rules and regulations that have already been in place for some time are being more strictly followed by the OSE this year. Members of student organizations are being more closely monitored. The closer monitoring is due to the “instances where students say they are students at UMD and are not, adding more accountability.” according to Seth Knowle, the student organizations coordinator.

Beyond the Binary: promoting equality and inclusion

InCLUDE is a newer club on campus committed to equality and inclusion. On Oct. 7, the InCLUDE organization and Women’s Resource Center, brought Robyn Ochs, an activist for gender identity and expression, to hold a workshop at the University Center. The workshop’s purpose was to increase awareness and understanding on complex identities and social movements.