The film and TV industry is great at putting out hits that focus on characters who are white, male and straight such as “Fifty Shades of Grey” or “Phantom Thread.” These are two drastically different movies, and yet they still have those three core principles. Continue reading Where Are All The Women?
I will often tell someone I am Jewish. Just as often, I decide against it. Continue reading I Hide
It was 2010. B.o.B was still relevant. Drake was just rising in popularity, Eminem had just come out of retirement, Kid Cudi had become a household name and Kanye had just snatched the mic. Continue reading BROCKHAMPTON and Odd Future: Rap’s Post-OutKast Outcasts
According to the Connection Homes website, in the United States there are up to 2 million young adults ages 18 to 24 who are homeless. More than 55,000 young adults become homeless each year and 27,000 become too old for foster care when they turn 18. Continue reading After The System
College can be a pretty scary place. In high school, hype and anticipation surrounds it. People will attack you with generic questions such as where you’re going to school, what you’re going to study, where you’re going to live, what your career plans are, among others. Continue reading You Got Stress?
On Feb. 16, 2018, one of the most anticipated films of the year, “Black Panther,” was released in theaters. Ever since, audiences have been flooding to theaters to be transported into the hidden land of Wakanda and experience the tale of Black Panther. Continue reading A Fictional World Making A Real Impact
The first article I ever wrote as a college journalist was about sexual assault for Sexual Assault Awareness Month in 2016. Since that article was written, the social landscape that we live in has changed. Continue reading Let’s Talk About Consent
It always starts with a class. Half will be paying attention to their social media feed, while the other half will be focusing on what the professor is saying. Some go as far as taking a different approach to “note taking,” scribbling their own ideas on the subject by marking up the side of their notebook with dashes, circles or turning their creative endeavors into a masterpiece. Continue reading Stop Doodling In My Class
According to the United States Census Bureau, 12.7 percent of people in the U.S. live in poverty. In Athens-Clarke County, that number almost triples with 35.5 percent of people living in poverty. Continue reading Period Poverty in Athens
We have to do better. Continue reading White Women, We Have To Do Better.