Black Women Are Human

New York is exhausting, college is distressing and life is heartbreaking. We all know this. Life’s highs and lows can bring you to the peak...

Starving From My Social Media Fast

It was in four different TED talks where I heard this same message — quitting social media can result in an increased propensity for...

Your Greatest Asset in This Age Is Self-Nurturing

Columnist Cheyenne reminds women and non-binary people of color to uphold and nurture the love they have for themselves.

There’s No Excuse For Your Compliant Ignorance

Staff writer Natasha reflects on why using a privileged background to excuse ignorance is unacceptable based on her personal experiences and privileges.

Reality TV Isn’t a Guilty Pleasure

“This is bigger and more consequential for the country than the Russia investigation.” These are the words I texted my friend when Jordyn Woods...

Yes, You Really Should Call Your Mom Today

Today, I looked at my to-do list and realized that I had been meaning (and failing) to call my cousin for quite a while....

Don’t Call Me Your Milk Chocolate Mocha Caramel Queen

Women of color are not granted the same degree of respect that white women are in heterosexual encounters. While misogyny is very real and...

In Defense of Stan Culture

In 2018, several crazed fans who took extreme measures to defend or criticize celebrities were the talk of social media. Fans of Ariana Grande,...

Racial Purgatory: Between Black and White

I recently saw a tweet about how if “y’all had papers y’all would be good”  Due to righteous backlash from Latins of all races...

Struggling to Define Asian-American Culture in 2019

Some call this the golden age for Asian culture. We’re taking the world by storm, from the box-office hit “Crazy Rich Asians” to the...

“All Muslims Are Terrorists”

I walked into class, excited. A new semester meant new friends. I presented a subtle smile, one to show others that I’m friendly but...

Identifying Your Individual Color on the Ethnic Palette

We often tend to assume that all those who identify with one ethnicity share similar cultures and experiences. But this assumption can be harmful and limit artists' ability to freely express who they are.
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