Surge is a student blog at Gettysburg College where systemic issues of justice matter.
Through stories and reflection, these blog entries relate personal experiences to larger issues of equity, demonstrating that –isms are structural problems, not actions defined by individual prejudice.
We intend to popularize justice, helping each other to recognize our biases and unlearn the untruths.
Surge is supported by the Center for Public Service at Gettysburg College.
Instructions for Comments
We encourage all readers to comment on blogs in an effort to engage social justice conversations. Conversations on blogs should be respectful, demonstrate critical thinking about social justice issues, and foster meaningful conversation. Any comments that are solely attacking blog writers or other comments will not be accepted. All comments will be evaluated by Surge staff before publication.
The Surge Team
Blog Manager: Meghan O’Donnell ’18
Staff Writers: Annette Aguilera-Gonzalez ’18, Mai Trinh ’20, Ali Lauro ’18, Melissa Lauro ’18, Kate Delaney ’21
Follow us on Twitter @SurgeGettysburg