The genre of stories about women facing personal tragedies needs to be inclusive of the experiences of women of color, writes Shay Suresh CM ’24.
We must acknowledge racial and socioeconomic stereotypes perpetuated though predominantly white narratives of popular teen TV shows, writes Shay Suresh CM ‘24.
Mothers are often held to a much higher standard of judgment by their children, and you should learn to recognize that dynamic if it manifests in your family, writes Shay Suresh CM ’24.
If you want to have meaningful and mutually satisfying conversations with people, start by actively listening to what they are saying, writes Shay Suresh CM ’24.
The media and public representation of Taylor Swift reminds us that we must confront our internalized misogyny and be more thoughtful with ourselves and other women, says Shay Suresh CM ‘24.
Amid a stressful return to campus, students should not feel guilty about making time for themselves and understand that academics and self-care do not need to be in conflict, writes Shay Suresh CM ’24.
Addressing impostor syndrome with positive affirmations and reassuring conversations can avoid serious mental health consequences, argues Shay Suresh CM ’24.
We should break the stigma around ‘oversharing’ and feel encouraged to share our real feelings with those we trust, argues Shay Suresh CM ’24.
Someone’s culture is not your accessory or prop; understand the context and significance to appreciate and not appropriate, argues Shay Suresh CM ’24.
The religion a person practices upon growing up should be their choice alone, writes Shay Suresh CM ’24.