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The Weekly List: GUSA Season

The Weekly List: GUSA Season


With GUSA season well under way, I’m personally exhausted by campaign platitudes and promises. Abolish GUSA flyers litter Red Square, and dissatisfaction and mistrust seem to be at a peak across campus. In all seriousness, it’s important to vote in the GUSA election because no change will happen at all unless students start to care…

Carrying On: To All the Tinder Boys I’ve Ignored Before

Carrying On: To All the Tinder Boys I’ve Ignored Before


Content Warning: Physical and sexual violence, harassment “Would you be opposed to undressing me and smothering my naked body in peanut butter?” I’m the Tinder girl most Tinder boys seem to hate. You know, the one who carries on a basic conversation but suddenly stops responding out of nowhere? How annoying, right? I’m the silent…

Unshelved: Color Me Impressed

Unshelved: Color Me Impressed


This piece discusses sexual violence, domestic violence, and incest. I bought Alice Walker’s The Color Purple at the Strand Bookstore in New York City last summer on a first date. The novel tells the story of Celie and Nettie, two sisters separated by a literal and figurative ocean, who use letters to preserve the tenuous…

Getting Curious About <i>Getting Curious</i>

Getting Curious About Getting Curious


Jonathan Van Ness strides onto the stage in high-heeled boots, his long hair flowing and his ultra-stylish outfit perfectly accentuating his form. He takes a seat and greets the audience, waving frantically and beaming from ear to ear. He says, “Welcome to Getting Curious. I’m Jonathan Van Ness, and every week I sit down for…

Unshelved: The Power of Womanhood in <i>The Red Tent</i>

Unshelved: The Power of Womanhood in The Red Tent


This article will discuss major plot details (including the ending) of The Red Tent. The Red Tent is an epic of biblical proportions. No, really. Anita Diamant’s novel tells the story of Jacob’s daughter Dinah, no more than a passing footnote in the Bible’s Book of Genesis. Diamant’s novel retells recognizable events through Dinah’s eyes…

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