Celebrities’ experiences are not representative of much of the population, and resources are easily available to them. Even though famous people should still be honest about their problems, they should bring these topics to the table without being the predominant voices of these issues.
The university’s initiative to provide free menstrual hygiene products in restrooms brings NYU one step closer to creating a more inclusive academic environment. This intiative should be mimicked by other institutions.
Safe Ride should be an assertion of NYU’s concern of campus safety and an insurance that every student get home safely, but instead, it falls short of its promises and expectations and ends up being another frustrating tool.
It is essential that colleges, including NYU, encourage the pursuit of an academic career for all students by nurturing a higher economic mobility rate and an environment where financial differences are undistinctive.
It seems that while comic books are being praised for both its artistic merit and narrative depth, the adaptations into the silver screen are, apparently, getting away for sticking to the visuals only dismissing the individuality of their main characters.
There are people with a legitimate fear of clowns, a group only growing in size thanks to the recent craze. But even more worrisome, as recent events have shown, is the real threat to the safety of those in the costumes.