Imani Luckey

Eight tweets that accurately depict a person of color’s reaction to the handling of Justine Damond’s murder

‘Wish #AllLivesMatter was this quiet when we were telling them that what’s happening for Damond is what should happen for every cop shooting’

‘I thought there wasn’t a place for me to be attractive’: Why learning to love my natural hair should not have been a revolution

My mom tried to warn me about the dangers of relaxers for Black hair, but I didn’t care

‘I feel unsafe in my own home’: Black women respond to the murder of Bianca Roberson

We spoke with Black women from Roberson’s community about their feelings toward her tragic death

Every microaggression that Black students are sick and tired of experiencing daily

It happens more than you think

Cornell a cappella group suspended for hazing ritual of ‘applying Icy Hot to genitals’

Ouch

Black women should not be penalized by employers for their natural hair

Whether Black women should want to wear their hair natural or straightened should be our choice

‘Same-sex marriage will break down the country’: A delightful evening with Rick Santorum

The epitome of problematic

Why people of color can’t just ‘move on’ after Trump’s victory

It’s just not like that for us

In case you still need them, here are some reasons not to vote for Trump

I cannot believe I’m having to say this

EXCLUSIVE: Gary Johnson campaign says Cornell Republicans have taken ‘a courageous stand’

At least they’re getting support from somewhere

The Cornell Republicans have endorsed Gary Johnson for President

At long last

It was just an ordinary party at Cornell. Then a student was stabbed to death

I was at the party just before it happened

Why do so many people have a problem with Hillary Clinton?

Is it because of who she’s married to?

We asked our parents what 4/20 means

Then we asked our friends

An ode to West Chester, the greatest hometown of all time

And no, I’m not talking about Westchester, NY

Cornellians share favorite memories of President Elizabeth Garrett

‘She was a visionary who cared deeply about our campus’

Cornellians think this Black History Month is the most lit and here’s why

It’s been a very eventful month

We asked Cornellians what they think about Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’

‘It’s a fight that needs to be addressed’

Top five things Cornell frat stars say at the door

‘Who do you know?’