The class begins and the students sit anxiously awaiting the guest speaker. The woman walks to the front of the room and starts to address the class. Her speech is littered with words that are rarely heard inside of a college classroom: pornography, orgasm, and fetish. No one in the crowd giggles or blushes; this is what they signed up for.
Black and white, unlabeled world maps sat on a table in the Student Union on Tuesday morning. Students were asked one question: where is Singapore? Most pointed to India, the Middle East, or Australia - few knew where the country actually is.
Well-groomed students wearing dark suits and polished shoes with portfolios in their hands lined up outside Edward L.
Imani Choudhury, a senior health and human services major, starts her day by praying at 6 a.m. While most other students slide on jeans and a hoodie, Choudhury picks out a kameez ? a colorful, traditional Bangladeshitunic.