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A Summary of Biden's Presidency

It has been over 100 days since Joe Biden’s inauguration into the White House as the 46th president of the United States of America. In the span of Biden’s presidency so far, a lot of...

By Tara Vidyababu In Current Events Jun 27, 2021

Beauty Standards and Capitalism

The standard of beauty is produced by patriarchy and capitalism. The more difficult it is to reach this standard, the better for these two, because then we feel insecure with our appe...

By Marina Soares In History Jun 27, 2021

Rene Magritte

Rene Magritte was born in Lessines, Belgium on November 21, 1898. His father was a tailor. His mother was a milliner, and died when Magritte was 14. Magritte was also the oldest of th...

By Paleesa Kapoor In Art Jun 26, 2021

World Music Day

During the global coronavirus pandemic which shook all of our lives, the music industry was halted. Concerts were canceled, bands stopped performing, and the future of the music indus...

By Vijay Fisch In Art Jun 26, 2021

Genesis Butler: 14-Year Old Activist Using Her Voice to Better the Planet

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children. Please consider my generation and future generations, and know that we’re worried about our future on ...

By Grace Huang In Spotlight Jun 26, 2021

Facebook's New Instagram for Kids

In March of 2021, it was revealed that Facebook had plans to make a version of Instagram for children under 13. Currently, Instagram does not allow children under 13 to use the platfo...

By Ketevan Gallagher In Current Events Jun 26, 2021

Representation in Art

If you say incredulous things like:

By Vishakha Singh In Art Jun 01, 2021

Being White Passing in America

Imagine looking at the current events as though you are looking through a glass dome. Imagine trying to speak and everyone looks at you as if you are talking in someone else’s voice. ...

By Andrew Daly In Opinion May 31, 2021

The Murder of Marielle Franco

Marielle Franco (Marielle Francisco da Silva) was a sociologist and politician who defended feminism, human rights and criticized federal intervention and the military police. She was...

By Marina Soares In History May 31, 2021

India's Second Covid Wave

The second wave of COVID-19 has caused tremendous damage in India. In June of 2020, India had reported 10,000 COVID-19 cases and began adding around 35,000 more cases every day after ...

By Tara Vidyababu In Current Events May 31, 2021