Swimming in a Sea of Red

by Madison August  In a way, I always fantasized about my senior year of college. The meetings, auditions, agents and connections all come into fruition after years of training. Getting signed by that perfect agency and securing that gateway into the career […]

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is Trying. You’re not.

By Catalina Benavides Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, or better known by the nickname given to her by mainstream media,  AOC, is the youngest woman, at 28 years old, to win a seat as a congresswoman representing New York’s 14th congressional district. She is […]

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Cultural and Gender Expectations: Detouring the Narrow Path

By Sadiyah Tariq From the day we are born, our parents and all the media we consume distinguishes the divide between what is meant for girls, and what is meant for boys. Growing up in a Pakistani and Muslim household, with very […]

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From Phone Calls to Slidin’ into the DM’s: The change in interpersonal relationships due to the effects of social media, technology and time.

By Catalina Benavides With the advent of social media and all the advances in technology, meeting new people is now easier and quicker. And although we have tools at our disposal- like cellphones and every social media account ever- meeting people has […]

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Film Friday: “2001: A Space Odyssey”

By Josie Rerecich 2001: A Space Odyssey is a 1968 sci-fi film directed by Stanley Kubrick. Based on the novel by Arthur C. Clark, this film tells a story of human evolution, artificial intelligence, space travel, and much more. The film begins […]

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Atheist

By Andrew Schlosser I believe we are all atheists. If you believe in an Abrahamic god, that is to say God or Allah, then I simply believe in one less god than you do. In my experience, a certain number of people […]

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