Tylah Silva, Emerson College
A poor fit at UCSC and struggles with depression forced Anderson away from college volleyball, but now she’s helping others overcome their struggles.
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While some sexualities and identifiers may sound complicated, people haven’t changed, just the words.
Understanding the cultural history of language is critical when deciding whether to bae or not to bae.
The question isn’t about whether black culture is having a moment. The question is why now?
Depicting Asian culture in media was step one. Step two is getting the right people to do it.
Why Disney’s first gay character is a flop.
Multiple sclerosis left Alexa Silvers legally disabled at sixteen, but an unpublicized treatment option completely cured her.
The WWE has transformed over the years to be more inclusive of women wrestlers, and it’s an underrated step forward for feminism.
Despite the political battlefield that the media has become, this year’s Super Bowl commercials failed to impress.
You don’t need a “revenge body,” you need better friends.
Don’t let anyone tell you that a Nazi getting punched in the face isn’t funny.
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