Students with sicknesses other than COVID are often overlooked. Professors should revisit their sick policies if they truly care, argues Anna Tolkein CMC ’24.
Casually using mental health terms as a joke risks isolating and stigmatizing your peers who may be struggling with mental health issues, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
The gaming community should be more open and inclusive to newcomers, especially to female gamers, who often face gatekeeping when they first enter it, writes Anna Tolkien CM ‘24.
The 5Cs must address the various safety concerns posed by mosh pits at parties, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
A long distance relationship can lead to multiple benefits for a couple, despite the common stereotype that it will most likely result in breakup, writes Anna Tolkien CM ‘24.
Comments putting down your friend’s appearance can still be hurtful even if they aren’t very overt, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
5C students must be welcoming to people of all fitness levels and maintain a positive dialogue surrounding exercise culture, instead of comparing and shaming others for their workout habits, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 praises the nuanced depiction of work/life boundaries and everyday relationships in “Hacks.”
Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 reflects on whether Disney’s Launchpad lives up to its goal of uplifting diverse stories and diverse writers.
The violence of “Squid Game” isn’t merely for entertainment value, rather it and other elements of the hit show provide a powerful critique of capitalism’s consequences, argues Anna Tolkien CM ’24.