At a predominantly white Ivy League college, a diverse group of students navigate various forms of racial and other types of discrimination.
With Sam, Lionel and the rest of the crew caught up in their own priorities, Al suddenly feels like the only one fighting for change at Winchester.
As an admirer hovers around Joelle, Reggie pressures her to go public with their relationship. Moses Brown pitches his new app on the radio show.
While Brooke chases a story on a controversial filmmaker-in-residence, am tries to bluff her way through a big pitch, and Lionel goes on the prowl.
After landing his first cover story in Pastiche, Troy makes an unsettling discovery. Money troubles prompt Gabe to join a campus labor movement.
On Parents Weekend, Coco sets out to win a recommendation from the toughest professor on campus -- while contending with an unexpected visitor.
Troy leads an insurrection at Pastiche, Gade takes a dubious step to raise money for his film, and Reggie makes some improvements to Moses's app.
As Chester's popularity soars, Lionel tries to convince D'unte and friends that he's ready for the gay "deep end". Sam gets a chance to meet her idol.
A sexual assault allegation stirs up fierce debate at Armstrong-Parker House and drives Joelle and Reggie even farther apart.
Brooke takes a new approach with Muffy, a guilt-stricken Gabe tries to make up for his mistake, and Troy woos an investor for his new magazine.