Amanda Yen

Amanda is a senior American Studies major. Her villain origin story is that she was told she has “only child vibes.”

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Harry and Meghan and a clash of cultures

The six-part docuseries tells the story of two cultures we don’t tend to think of as very different: the US and the UK. You probably know the story. In classrooms... Read more


GUASFCU intern highlights institutional anti-Blackness, calls for change in open letter

Joel Bossous (CAS ’23) is calling for structural and cultural change to Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union.

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House of the Dragon soars beyond its stuttering start

Content warning: This article includes references to sexual violence. In a dark, imposing war room, a bleach blonde dragon-rider musters forces to war against male claimants to her throne. You... Read more

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“I’m not a monster, I’m a mother”: Making villains of superhero women

Sam Raimi did Wanda Maximoff dirty. His early summer entrance into the MCU with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) ignored a season’s worth of character development written... Read more


The 1975 revisits their roots in Being Funny in a Foreign Language

The band has figured out how to cut to the point without getting lost in the details.


Beyond inclusivity: Why Georgetown must better support its affinity spaces

We need to radically and intentionally reimagine what successful affinity spaces should look like, and the conditions must be set by the people they’re made for.