Study Breaks Staff
The author’s latest release tackles a serious subject with a careful awareness of the book’s target audience.
Isabelle Juan, Truman State University
In the multifaceted artist’s new song, ‘Don’t Judge Me,’ she transforms her knowledge of oppression into something truly restorative for all audiences.
Nanda Illahi, Okayama University
Some say the Netflix show justifies an obsessive stalker, while Leigh Whannell’s movie depicts the true horrors of domestic violence.
Abby Webb, Rice University
Directors Tailfeathers and Hepburn’s new movie emulates a relentless reality that grounds the film and gives a voice to the indigenous experience.
Rebecca Crosby, American University
Sessions ruled that domestic abuse victims can no longer seek asylum in the United States.
Jamie Lovley, University of Maine
The ‘Jersey Shore’ star’s recent domestic dispute highlights the sad relationship between violent relationships and reality television.
Valeria Garcia, University of Texas at Austin
What to make of the controversy Johnny Depp has brought to the wizarding world.
Bridgett Brumbaugh, Youngstown State University
These six tips can help students identify, and more importantly stop, domestic violence against themselves or loved ones.
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