Introducing a new look to MOSAIC magazine! Editor-in-Chief Tionna Tate gives us a look behind the scenes in determining this semester’s theme and redesign. “During the summer of 2020, academic building names with racist and deplorable pasts were reviewed at The University of Alabama. After an outcry from students, faculty, and people outside of the university,  trustees addressed the issue of buildings on campus that were named after people who are against the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a part of the resolution, Nott Hall was amended to Honors Hall. The home of the Honors College was previously named after Dr. Josiah C. Nott, a physician and slave owner known for arguing that African Americans were inferior to whites. The cover of the magazine depicts the erasure of the horrific past by eliminating the name of a man who should have never had such recognition in the first place. The cover goes along with this semester’s MOSAIC theme “A Change Would Do You Good.” Change has been instrumental in 2020. Therefore, this theme is incorporated throughout the magazine to emphasize the change happening around our campus and in the world.”