Reclaiming the Word

By Andrew Schlosser I had an undergraduate class at St. Joseph’s College where we discussed the many lenses through which one can look at literature. One of those lenses was feminism. On one occasion, the professor asked the class if we considered […]

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Film Friday: A League of Their Own

By Josie Rerecich A League of Their Own is a 1992 sports film directed by Penny Marshall. The film tells a fictionalized account of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, focusing mainly on sisters Dottie Hinson and Kit Keller.   In 1943, […]

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Women to Read

By Paola Guzman For a long time, the writing world was dominated by male authors, only leaving a small space to women. Moreover, the women who filled that space with important stories and beautiful word-smithing, were often looked down upon. When male […]

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New year, New You?

By Alecia Miguel Okay friends, the holiday season is over! And it’s almost that time of year where all of the new year’s resolutions get announced on Facebook. Often times at the top of the list is the goal to lose weight, […]

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Zombie Contingency Plan: Use a Brain Before You Lose a Brain

By Myles Goldman Zombies are becoming more and more relevant to the point where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has put together a contingency plan in case there were to be an outbreak in the future. However, what if […]

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“The Horrors of Camp Underthebed”

By Josie Rerecich I knew something was up when my parents served human blood for dinner. Human blood is a special-occasion food. If my mother and father decided to serve this delicacy for no good reason, then imposters had replaced them. “You weren’t […]

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Kathleen Celestin-Parks2

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Politics’ Role in the Arts

  By Paola Guzman Politics is everywhere, hidden in the most unexpected places, and drives most people to do what they do. Essentially, politics is a set of guidelines to help people thrive as a society. The beginning of politics came naturally […]

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