Christina Tentilucci has always felt like she wanted to save the world.
From February 25 to March 1, the School of Visual Arts welcomed a collective art show entitled “That’s What She Said,” held in the Zoller Gallery.
In a time when traditional romance seems extinct and we are flattered when our crush texts us while the sun is still up it’s no wonder why cruel and unusual dating practices such as ghosting have become more and prevalent.
Trends come and go every decade; this is something we all collectively observed and even celebrate through retrospective fashion when we wear trends from the 70s, 80s and 90s. But have you ever wondered where and what the trends stem from and how they’re conspired?
Victim blaming happens when people question the behaviors of a victim or survivor. Most of the time, the one carrying out the victim blaming doesn’t realize what they are doing.
When you think about the word “feminism,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Is it bra-burning? Man-hating? Or even, radical? For some reason, this is feminism to a lot of people and that idea has to change.
With the news usually bringing stories of shootings, riots and crimes, watching something happy unfold on the daily broadcast was a pleasant surprise.
“Just wait until you enter the real world.” How many times have we heard these words? How many times have we sat by while our parents or professors or advisors pretend like as college students, our problems are so easy compared to theirs?
Emma Watson strikes again. The Harry Potter actress and UN Goodwill Ambassador fronted a HeForShe discussion and audience Q+A hosted by Facebook in support of International Women’s Day on March 8th.