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Campus Communications

June 18, 2021

Juneteenth in Our Community

Posted by Vice Chancellor James C. McShay

Juneteenth, also referred to as Liberation Day, calls for us not only to remember the legacy of racism in this country but also to commit to dismantling the effects of white supremacy and systemic oppression through actions that promote antiracism and eradicate anti-Black racism in our communities.

April 20, 2021

In the wake of the verdict in Minneapolis, remember to care for yourself and others

Posted by Chancellor Mark A. Pagano

This is indeed a bittersweet moment for so many in our campus community, especially our Black community. True, George Floyd did receive a measure of justice, but the events of May 25, 2020 should never have happened.

March 18, 2021

Standing in solidarity with Asian and Asian American friends and loved ones

Posted by Chancellor Mark A. Pagano

I am writing to share my outrage, grief and sadness at yet another episode of violence that we heard about on March 16, the hateful killing of eight people in the Atlanta area, at least six of whom were Asian or Asian American women.

January 19, 2021

Spring quarter plans and returning to campus this fall

Posted by Mark A. Pagano, Chancellor & Jill Purdy, Executive Vice Chancellor

In advance of the spring quarter time schedule being posted this Friday, we are writing to share the plans for the Tacoma campus this spring, as well as our intent to return to in-person instruction this fall.