Among the many devastating effects of the novel Coronavirus are the xenophobia and anti-Chinese racism it has fueled around the world.
Media like “Conversations With a Killer” and “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” only perpetuate and romanticize violence against women.
Things that make my skin crawl: nails on a chalkboard, loud gum-chewing, and hearing someone say “less” when they really should have said “fewer.” With a former English professor for a mother, my latter pet peeve makes sense; ‘proper’ grammar has always come easily and been important to me. As
A glimpse of hell: Malott dining hall, 12:15 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Neither quiz nor test nor final exam can match the stress of pushing through the ravenous lunch mob in pursuit of a Beyond Burger — and the defeat of not finding one there. Barely 5-feet-2-inches and often on
CW: sexual assault The Kavanaugh hearing was viscerally upsetting to watch. While Christine Blasey Ford remained calm before a nation ready to doubt and disprove, Brett Kavanaugh exhibited the boiling belligerence of a man realizing his thick-walled privilege may not protect him this time. As a woman in Trump’s America,
A bubble bath, a vanilla-lavender candle, and a face mask. Or perhaps a yoga class followed by a trip to the nearest Starbucks (what is pumpkin-spice but the purest form of nourishment to the soul?) Ah, yes. Self-care. Notably, self-care dates back to roots more deeply connected to the worlds
Science textbooks — bereft of diversity and gender neutrality — use androcentric facts and figures that restrict physicians from understanding how to accurately diagnose and appropriately treat non-male patients. As a result, women and people of color are often misdiagnosed, mistreated, or simply not treated at all, which in extreme