Interview with Award-Winning Film Director Viktoria I.V. King: Black Lives MATTER

Featured Image: IMDB It has been nearly 100 days since the death of George Floyd sparked worldwide protests, both in outrage of the system that has repeatedly failed to protect the rights of the people and in solidarity with those fighting for their voices to be heard. Although the news coverage for Black Lives Matter…

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Why Humanities Should Be Required For STEM Majors

Featured Illustration: Nicolas Ogonosky Whenever school budget cuts are proposed, an event that is becoming far too frequent, one of the first departments to be shut down is the humanities (and arts, but that’s a discussion for a different article). Especially in recent years, many schools have drawn funding away from their arts and humanities…

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The 7 Privileges

Featured Artwork: Claire Merchlinsky Although Pride Month is usually a time for celebration, this year, the LGBTQ+ community held off on the parades and festivities in order to support the Black Lives Matter movement because despite their differences, these two communities actually significantly overlap. After all, the LGBTQ+ movement in America was originally led by…

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We’re All Racist

Featured Artwork: Chelsea Beck Why Legal Reform Alone Is Not Enough You might have read the title of this article and immediately thought it could not possibly apply to you. After all, how could you be racist when you’ve been going to protests, posting Instagram stories and retweets all day, calling your representatives, and signing…

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