Brittany Anderson

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B2SB: Joining Student Media

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager Two years ago, I was a transfer student coming from a community college and a small hometown. In many ways, the transition made me feel like I wasn’t having the “typical” college experience. It was pretty intimidating being thrown onto a campus of nearly 40,000 students with so many clubs and organizations to choose from, especially because everyone tells you to join as many […]

todayAugust 18, 2020 6

: Slang words from the ‘80s (what’s your damage, wastoid, rad, totally tubular, mega, bodacious, gnarly, grody) against a black background. Some words are in a glowing purple or aqua font and others are in aqua, pink, and white 3D/holographic font. The words are surrounded by ‘80s style pink, purple, aqua, and white geometric patterns.


Have Yourself an ‘80s Summer

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager I finally got around to finishing season three of Stranger Things last month— I know, I’m incredibly late on that one. It’s shows like this that make me realize how nostalgic I am for a period I have never and will never experience. As someone who grew up surrounded by bits and pieces of ‘80s pop culture, I never really appreciated what it all […]

todayAugust 11, 2020 88

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7 Ways You Can Support Black-Owned Businesses

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager When looking at systemic problems like gentrification, the racial wealth gap, the historic effects of redlining and so much more faced by the Black community, it’s undeniable that supporting Black-owned businesses is incredibly important— especially now, in the midst of a pandemic. Put your money where your mouth is: these are seven ways that will easily help you support Black-owned businesses in your […]

todayJuly 22, 2020 18

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Five Black Female Content Creators You Should Be Following

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager Right now, many people are asking how they can be more involved in educating themselves on matters of social injustice. An easy way to start is with your acknowledgement and avid support of those in the Black community on social media. Following the work of Black activists and supporting their message is incredibly important— but the same can be said for Black writers, comedians, […]

todayJuly 10, 2020 40

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What It Means to be a Digital Activist

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager First things first: don’t let anyone put you down for using your voice through social media. Ever. I’ve been told (either directly, or it's been implied) that online platforms are not an ideal space to challenge others when it comes to matters of social justice. Yes, there occasionally comes a time when arguing with family or friends on Facebook eventually renders itself a lost […]

todayJune 25, 2020 36

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The Power of Protest

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager “Power to the people.” What does that mean to you? Protesting is a powerful tool at your discretion: all you have to do is show up. I understand that protesting isn’t for everybody, especially right now. We are— despite what some people are saying or doing— amid a global pandemic. Some people hate big crowds and others just don’t know how to feel about […]

todayJune 14, 2020 87

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You Need to be an Ally

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager I know you watch the news. I know you’ve been scrolling on Twitter. So, it feels counterintuitive and a bit gross to write about anything else but what is going on. Police brutality has existed for years. It’s well documented. It’s 2020; it’s time to accept that this is an undeniable reality for black Americans. Recognizing your position of privilege comes with navigating ways […]

todayJune 1, 2020 50


May the Fourth Be With You

By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager May 4, 2011 marked the first official observance of “Star Wars Day,” a celebration of all-things Star Wars that has since become an annual tradition across the world. No matter what kind of Star Wars fan you are (diehard, moderate or not at all), you can’t not help yourself from saying “May the Fourth be with you.” Thanks to the many sequels, prequels […]

todayMay 1, 2020 8

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4 Multiplayer Video Games for Quarantine

By Brittany Anderson Assistant Web Content Manager I don’t know about anyone else, but I’ve been playing a lot of Xbox while in quarantine. For the most part, I’ve never been big on the video game fad. I have no problem just sitting on the couch watching other people play for hours, but desperate times call for desperate measures, and even I can appreciate playing a good game every once […]

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