e² Class provides a space for students to theorize and engage in their education. Students will also come across activism in an academic environment. This seminar is student-run and student-focused, emphasizing progressive models of education and non-traditional classroom settings. The class will focus on the importance and need for student empowerment, student voice, and student movement. Students will be asked to engage in critical dialogue and thinking, collectively, deconstructing the current educational structures and political climate, in addition to the various systems of power, we are a part of. Students will explore non-traditional forms of expression, learning, and resistance such as art, dance, music, and theater. We hope students will see connections amongst each other as scholars and activists to create bridges for future collaboration.