The Changing Face of Journalism

Every outlet — from WSN’s editor-in-chief to the Washington Post— is talking about it. The so-called death of journalism as we know it is...

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...

Non-Black Latinos: We Need to Do Better

If you’re on Twitter, you’ve probably seen the viral video of “Jane the Virgin” star Gina Rodriguez being interviewed about her previous controversial comments...

Is This How We Conquer Our Fear of Death?

It is a well-documented fact that few topics are as taboo as death. According to Psychology Today, current American society sees death and dying...

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,...

What Do You Gain from Dismissing Popular Fiction?

It seems like these days, every literature lover I come across manages to take some time out in his or her life to criticize...

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.

Asian Artists Should Be Free to Tell Their Stories

Asian musical theater artists have compelling stories to tell, and the demographic of theater-goers shouldn’t stop them.

You Can Stop Pretending You Don’t Like Romantic Comedies

The romantic comedy genre is full of fun, light-hearted films that provide insight into relationships. Let’s all finally allow ourselves to be happy, guilt-free viewers.

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.

A Bad Sequel Isn’t the Same as A Cash Grab

Calling it one reduces the genuine, artistic intention of wanting to expand upon existing fictional universes.

An Asian Performing Artist Erased From History

Despite the persistent stereotypes that Asian performers face, Sessue Hayakawa, a Japanese American actor, was a Hollywood leading man in the era of silent films.
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