R-Voices has been an initiative from the Office of Multicultural Affairs that provides a space for important reflection and communication about the daily troubles and situations that are not so often talked about in a community as Rollins, and provide a space for more thorough expression. We need to hear more academic and heavier perspectives, as well as fun and satiric pieces that speak and represent us. R-Voices needs to represent our voices, because there is not just one single voice, there is a multiplicity of doxa necessary for informing the many. R-Voices has a new group that will start publishing different types of content for our campus, ranging from topics such as: philosophy, economics, poetry, Zen, politics, feminism, and many other relevant perspectives. If you are interested in writing and/or collaborating with this project, message Camilo Garzon, who is in charge of R-Voices.