On Wednesday, at 7 p.m. in Richardson Auditorium, staff and students will come together in a panel discussion focusing on what it means to be mixed race, and the effect it has on one’s identity.
The panel, moderated by McNair Scholars Director and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nicole Truesdell, will feature viewpoints from:
- Nate Edwards, co-director of student support services
- Reine Lucas’15
- Gabriel Quetell’16
- Jesse Rosechild’17
The panel discussion is the second in a series organized by Beloit College called Intersections, which aims to explore the social identities that make us who we are. Each month, a new intersection of social identities will be explored. The next intersection of identity explored will be "immigrant" and "American."
Sponsors of the Intersections series include the Spiritual Life Program, the Office of Intercultural Affairs, the department of critical identity studies, and the department of philosophy and religious studies of Beloit College.