The mission of The Aggregate reflects the Honors College’s uniqueness: the people of the Honors College and the many activities in which we are involved.
As contributors to The Aggregate, we work to achieve balance in our voices. Members bring their own styles to the pieces they write, but we exist as part of a whole.
The Aggregate contains recurring sections, including “Starting Out” and “Moving Forward,” featuring current and past Honors College students, “Foreign Correspondence,” a dispatch from a student abroad, “Familiar Faces,” short interviews with the members of the Honors College faculty and staff, and content that will vary from issue to issue.
In 2019, the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) awarded The Aggregate 2nd place in its annual student newsletter competition. Read the article about the award in issue 3.1 here.
We hope that our words and pictures engage people throughout the incredible community of the Honors College.
Black Lives Matter
Throughout the summer and fall of 2020, the Black Lives Matter movement dominated U.S news coverage and social media feeds, bringing the issue of violence against Black people to the forefront of our national consciousness. Amid a global pandemic and an intense political climate, citizens took to the streets across the country to insist that George Floyd’s murder not be ignored.
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