‘Call Me By Your Name’ is an extraordinary story showcasing genuine romance: fleeting and pure. The story brings the spontaneous essence of love to the light, despite unfavorable circumstances.
Through the discussion of pop culture, we will be examining the prevalence of the patriarchy in certain aspects of our psyche.
This piece analyzes a girl’s friendship with a boy at school, one that shows her that taking ownership of her sexual desires should be done without shame.
This article explores diversity in media and its effect on society and youth.
We decided to each write a poem about 2020 to highlight the fact that we’re two different people, coming from two different backgrounds, who shared the same year.
Thanksgiving at my aunt’s house in Greenpoint is an entirely memorable experience due to the eccentric details filling every room for an environment reflecting my aunt’s comforts and conflicts.
Amanda Gorman’s poem at the 2021 Inauguration inspired me to write my own piece about America’s values and ideals.
Ever wonder why the Mean Girl is so goddamn mean or the heroine is so annoyingly perfect? Wonder no more. She’s Just the… is a podcast-come-personal-reflection from trope super-nerds Yasmin Zayed and Aoife Sheridan.
In correlation with the theme, this piece was written to show the roles women are often desired to play and to be in.
Race, as a visual marker, affects our daily lives —whether it be through making snap judgments or the Model Minority stereotype. Discussions of race tend to be neglected in academic institutions themselves: the questions of both how to include rather than exclude and how to better diversify communities continually rise.