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Wildcat on the Street: using sensitive language

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Wildcat on the Street: using sensitive language

Illustration by Jamie Munoz

Illustration by Jamie Munoz

Illustration by Jamie Munoz

Illustration by Jamie Munoz

Rayanne Painter

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This week, reporter Rayanne Painter went around campus to ask wildcats if students should be aware of the use of their language and how it can effect people.

Rayanne Painter can be reached at [email protected] or @rayphenomenon on Twitter.

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