Despite being considered an important tool for socio-political movements, social media is still plagued by prevalent power politics and censorship, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
The episode “Pop Squad” from “Love, Death & Robots” asserts that we are responsible for individual-level change when societal change is unfeasible, argues TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24.
It is critical that 5C students and staff focus on creating a department of Native American/Indigenous Studies, writes Abby Loiselle PO ’23.
Allyship is not an identity, but an active process undertaken by people allying with marginalized communities, says Gerardo Hurtado PO ’24.
One can learn about events more effectively by combining personal narratives and objective sources, argues Phillip Kong PO ‘24.
Claire Dumont SC ’23 discusses “Sex Education” and its powerful storyline concerning sexual assault and healing, and how it embodies the show’s incredible capacity to connect people.
Cancel culture doesn’t solve any problems. Ignorace should be approached with education, not rejection from a community.
In the atmosphere of blackface accusations against Instagram influencers, Ariana Grande has come under the spotlight for potential cultural appropriation and revealed the hypocrisy of many ‘woke’ Twitter users. Back in December 2018, a Twitter thread “exposing” white Instagram influencers who were using self-tanner, extensions and lip fillers to make