Marianne Quijano, Texas A&M University
Unlike most students, third-culture kids can find college too constricting.
Amidst Trumpian politics, Americans are growing reticent to call out bigotry.
Comic books are so, so much more than superheroes.
The rapidly popularizing genre is plagued by the same sexism that permeates American music.
Alfonso Cuarón’s art-darling movie casts a light on how women endure and overcome suffering.
Catherine Hardwicke’s take on the Mexican drug wars is a little lackluster.
Donna Tartt’s cult novel shows how life-changing college can be, for better or for worse.
More than ever, Americans need to know the history of Central America, which makes these programs critical.
Hosseini’s novel captures the refugee experience in the magnitude of its human drama.
Democratic socialism just might be what saves the Union.
Which is very bad news for Democrats.
In the fight against budding fascist Jair Bolsonaro, the South American country is looking to its long tradition of student protest.
Even if the violence in question is hypothetical, the experiences of the participating students are not.
Democracy shouldn’t depend on judges taking their vitamins.
Looking ‘bare-faced’ just means wearing different makeup.
Headbanging doesn’t have to be only for guys.
Racist media tropes are alive and well, and apparently deeply embedded into Rowling’s psyche.
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