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New Beginnings

In unprecedented times, HECUA continues to adapt and thrive. Coming in as a new student to HECUA’s Inequality in America Program, I had no expectations, especially during these times. However... Continue »

Media and Movements

Making Media, Making Change Program Director Raechel Jolie announces the program’s new title. I’m excited to share that HECUA’s  program has been renamed Media and Movements: Storytelling for Justice. The... Continue »

Freedom and Transformation

Each term, one participant from each HECUA program takes on the role of student blogger, sending regular dispatches from the field. Zoe Quinn (she/her/hers) is HECUA’s student blogger for Art for... Continue »

Time Flies

Each term, one participant from each HECUA program takes on the role of student blogger, sending regular dispatches from the field. Carter Starkey (he/him/his) is HECUA’s student blogger for Making Media,... Continue »

Season of Growth

Six weeks into our HECUA Environmental Justice program, and I already feel richer for the connections that Dr. Michelle Garvey, our program director, has helped us to create within the... Continue »

Info Session – All Programs

Wondering which HECUA program is best for you? Not sure how to navigate the application process? Curious about our scholarships? Join HECUA staff for an informational session on Zoom (link... Continue »

Info Session – Making Media, Making Change

Wondering which HECUA program is best for you? Not sure how to navigate the application process? Curious about our scholarships? Join HECUA staff for an informational session on Zoom (link... Continue »

Info Session – HECUA Programs

Wondering which HECUA program is best for you? Not sure how to navigate the application process? Curious about our scholarships? Join Campus Representative Audra Weigand for an informational session on... Continue »

Fresh Air

Each term, one participant from each HECUA program takes on the role of student blogger, sending regular dispatches from the field. Rachel de Sobrino (she/her/hers) is HECUA’s student blogger for... Continue »

Hacking the system: growing roots and cultivating connectivity

Art in social justice spaces can change perspectives and guide interactions with the space. Entering the Water Protector camp, I was immediately drawn to the large, colorful banners and installations.... Continue »

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