The growing societal acceptance of LGBTQ+ people does not take away the value of authentic, non-corporate spaces created by and for queer people, writes Nikki Smith SC ’25.
Author: Nikki Smith
OPINION: “Sad girl music,” and why fan culture is bad for art
The recent treatment of singer-songwriter Mitski by her fans has illuminated how the way we consume art in the digital age could be harmful to both artist and the audience, argues Nikki Smith SC ‘25.
OPINION: ‘The women’s college’ isn’t just for women anymore
Scripps must institute a truly coherent and inclusive policy on admission of transgender and non-binary applicants, as part of an ongoing re-evaluation of what it really means to be a “women’s college,” argues Nicole Smith SC ’25.
OPINION: U.S. Holocaust education needs to be better, and so do 5C students
The recent banning of “Maus” by a Tennessee county school board is just one example of how education on the Holocaust and modern-day anti-Semitism is sorely lacking in the US, write Nicole Smith SC ’25 and Gwen Tucker SC ’25.