Student government officials want internal training to help them understand ‘diversity and bias’

President says no specific incident inspired the demands Representatives of the student government at Penn State are pushing for mandatory diversity training for themselves and their colleagues, though the head of that organization wouldn’t point to a specific incident on campus that motivated the demand. The public university’s Undergraduate Assembly is made up of six branches…


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