The Rules of The Black Woman

Black women in America have many rules and regulations to follow. From presenting ones self a certain way to toning down their personality, Black women are not "allowed" to be themselves.  »

Improving a Classic

In making Cocky sexier, I try to learn more about the history of our mascot to learn what we can do to make the world want Cocky. »

Disney's Homophobia: A Tale as Old as Time

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Their unique character design, sassy comebacks, and exaggerated gestures have cemented them into a generation of childhood minds. But these characteristics aren’t just for comedy’s sake-- many of them point to a harmful phenomenon of queercoding. »

Blurred Ink on Bizarre Time

A poem about the tenacity of being overly productive. The poem confronts the idea of being too busy - which may be something many people want, and even invite. But this has it's flaws, and ironically, can be counter-productive as a way of living life. »

What Does Gender Mean To You?

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With all of the commotion surrounding pronouns and gender politics in 2021, it's beneficial to take time and listen to those it personally affects. Three non-binary and transgender students speak on what gender means to them and how they are interpreting the culture's trajectory. »

The Comfort in Tangibility

With so much of our world online, the physical objects in our lives are fewer and more meaningful than ever. Why do we collect vinyl when Spotify curates our 'perfect' playlist of the week? Why lug around thousand-page novels when Kindles are so much more convenient? »