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Network News February 2021

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Network NewsN E T W O R K N E W S I S B A Y P A T H U N I V E R S I T Y ' S S T U D E N T M A G A Z I N E . I T I SP U B L I S H E D M O N T H L Y B Y T H E B A Y P A T H U N I V E R S I T Y S T U D E N T N E W S R O O M . F E B R U A R Y 2 0 2 1

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Cora Swan '24Bay Path StudentNewsroom ArtDirectorMakayla Francis '21Bay Path Student NewsroomLayout & Design CoordinatorSocial Action SeriesWriter/ColumnistMegan Griffin '21Bay Path StudentNewsroom EditorLiz Hall '22Bay Path StudentNewsroom Associate EditorStudent Newsroom Contributors:Jamie CoresSuelita DelormeKassidy LopezAndrealis Martinez PadillaAprell MayCarly PaluckJanell SmithKayla VanceAllison ZaczynskiIntroducing:Carpe DiemConversationsPodcastPresidentialInaugurationReflectionsHonoring MLKCreativeSpotlightJulia DeRidder '23Bay Path StudentNewsroom Creative Arts& Events SupervisorBlack HistoryMonth ArtExhibitBAYPATHUNIVERSITYSTUDENTNEWSROOMSPRING 2021

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From your Network News EditorMegan Griffin

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Carpe Diem ConversationsNew Podcast Alert!by Megan Griffin

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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Remembering the 2020 One America tripin honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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by Suelita Delorme

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by Jamie Cores

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by Kassidy Lopez

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by Carly Paluck

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by Kayla Vanceby Andrealis Martinez Padilla

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by Julia DeRidder

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20th to 21st: African-American Civil Rights PioneersLocated in the Blake Student Commons, Bay Path UniversityArtist: Cora Swan, Class of '23

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Langston Hughes American poet, activist, novelist, playwrightand pioneer of the Harlem Renaissance.Congresswoman Shirley ChisholmThe first African-American woman to runin a Presidential Race and hold a seat in The United States Congress.Maya AngelouAmerican poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist. The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Leader of the civil rights movement. Artist: Cora Swan, Class of '24

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Melanie Campbell President of National Coalition on Black CivicParticipation and a convener of the Black Women’s Roundtable. Ibram X Kendi American author, anti-racist activist, andhistorian of racism in America. Michelle Alexander Civil rights lawyer, professor, and author ofThe New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness Tarana Burke Founder of the #MeToo movement andcreator of group "the silence breakers”featured as Time Person of the Year 2017Artist: Cora Swan, Class of '24

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G I V E B A C KF E B R U A R Y UNICEF CLUB PRESENTS:StickersUNICEF BraceletLanyardPosterUNICEF Club T-Shirt$1:$2:$5:$10:$15 or More:For the whole month of February, we will be collecting donationsto send to children in need. Donate a certain amount, and you could receive:Gifts may vary depending on donation. All proceeds will go directly to the UNICEF USA ReliefProgram. To learn more about where your money goes, go to

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To My GrandmotherSUMMERAfternoon,White wicker porchCucumbers, light breezeDusty cat sunbathingQuiet moments of reflectionFALLMidday,Bird watching out the bay windowsWarm from the raking, chill from the airTired muscles sitPlayful moments of old storiesWINTEREvening,Cushy living roomAfter dinner, warm smoky fireMysteries on the TVSilent moments of silver screen raptureSPRINGMorning,Dirt under handsFragile marigoldsSated cat in the weedsHappy just to be with youBy Julia DeRidder

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Made by Liz Hall on Adobe Photoshop 2020

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