Have you ever heard of “Krampus” (2015)? How about the new Eli Roth movie “Thanksgiving,” starring Addison Rae? Horror columnist Anna Peterson SC ‘25 dives into holiday horror, how the neo-capital subgenre succeeds and where it fails.
Feeling eco-anxiety about overconsumption during the holidays is normal, argues guest writer Kana Jackson PZ ’25. Here are some steps to ease this worry.
Students of all religions should be able to celebrate their holidays without worry, argues guest writer Ella Lehavi ’24.
On top of pandemic restrictions, Muslim students observing Ramadan must navigate finals during the holiday. While all 5Cs offer accommodations to students who ask, some Muslim students argue it’s not enough.
Reading is not often thought of as a particularly risky passion. Sure, you can argue that it expands your mind to dangerously new heights or that books are addictive. But overall, it’s a safer choice than, let’s say, skydiving, or training poisonous snakes, or recreating “Die Hard” car chase scenes.