Campus newspaper vows: We’ll work to make sure black people aren’t featured in as many photos

This is your brain on identity politics In a near-perfect encapsulation of campus identity politics, Louisiana State University’s campus newspaper The Reveille recently apologized for what its editor called an “error” and “mistake.” That flub? Including a photo of a black woman with an article about the school’s party culture. No, really. “.


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