Natalie Chaudhuri

On The Pandemic: Domestic violence and the danger at home

On The Pandemic: Domestic violence and the danger at home

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06/07/2020

Stay home. For most of us, it’s the one thing we can do to save lives from the reach of COVID-19—to do our part for society when so many others are risking their lives by going to work for us. For some, however, staying home is more dangerous than contracting the disease. Due to this pandemic, as well as the financial strain many families are facing, domestic violence cases have spiked nationally. This is how we can begin to help.

Which <i>The Vampire Diaries</i> character is your soulmate?

Which The Vampire Diaries character is your soulmate?

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05/27/2020

Being a vampire sounds pretty good right now. Although scientists haven’t figured that one out yet, this quiz provides the next best thing: the identity of your The Vampire Diaries soulmate. As quarantine brings out the worst (best) of our binge-watching habits, now is the perfect time to relive our favorite fictional character crushes. Forget…

15 steps to getting over horror movie anxiety

15 steps to getting over horror movie anxiety

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05/13/2020

Pro tip: don’t write a paper about a horror movie that you knew was going to give you nightmares. During the first week of May, almost fifty days into quarantine and more than a week into finals, I made the unfortunate decision of rewatching Jordan Peele’s Us (2019) to analyze it for my methods class….

Carrying On: One Mass Shooting Is Too Many

Carrying On: One Mass Shooting Is Too Many

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09/27/2019

with contributions by Caroline Wilkerson, a former student at Pepperdine University Caroline: No one can warn you about what a mass shooting feels like. Nothing can prepare you for the sudden emptiness, or the random hugs, or the tears running down everyone’s faces.  On Nov. 7, 2018, someone tried to shoot my friends. They were…

I Might Be Obsessed with <i>You</i>

I Might Be Obsessed with You

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03/11/2019

“Well, hello there.” “Who are you? Based on your vibe,” a romance. Your title is brief but insistent. You. Your preview picture is a girl on top of a guy. Another white, heteronormative rom-com? Maybe. But, wait—is that the guy from Gossip Girl? “Okay, I’ll bite.” I quickly learn that you’re more Gone Girl (2014)…

The Fault in Our Novels

The Fault in Our Novels

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01/06/2019

When I was in fifth grade, I had seven boyfriends. All of them were tall, dark, handsome, and entirely fictional. I’ve had a complicated love affair with Young Adult (YA) fiction. While its page-turning plots and fantastical worlds have stretched my imagination, its utter lack of protagonist diversity and problematic depiction of romance made me…

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