By Abbey Slattery, Northwestern College
For the uninitiated, here’s a taste of the weird micro-communities that are Christian colleges. And for the initiated—can I get an amen?
It may be unconventional, but letting a series of internet algorithms determine your path in life sure takes a lot of pressure of off you.
The DuVernay test, named after the African-American director, assesses films’ racial representation in the same way the Bechdel test did for gender inclusivity.
There are dozens of reasons why and a variety of ways how, but the important thing is that somehow, in some form, you put pen to paper.
You’re going to drink a lot of coffee in college, so you might as well find your favorite way to make it.
Kamala Khan, a teenager growing up in Jersey City, uses the ordinariness of her life to subvert many of the stereotypes surrounding Islam in America.
This Colgate University student’s clothing line brings plastic to the beach—in your swimwear.
The series, which follows a band of wayward female wrestlers, seamlessly blends stereotype subversion into its ’80s training montages.
Just as Steve Carell succeeded in bringing aughts humor to the workplace, Andy Samberg captures the spirit of the times in his cop comedy.
For many critics, the restricted showing is probably their first encounter with gendered discrimination.
Summer break is the perfect time to kick back, relax, reduce, reuse and recycle!
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