Chayenne Mia explores the tendency to attribute negative interactions to racism and sexism. Real discrimination will be taken seriously if we resist the urge to blame it constantly.
Our instinct to rely on logic and academic thought hinders us when considering real-life situations.
Simple virtuous acts aren't enough to heal the broken American economy.
We live in a beautiful world.
Or do we? Every day the evidence to the contrary seems to mount, and to make such a sweeping claim in the face of so much national and global adversity feels fatuous, even callous and perhaps cruel.
Apr 23, 6:17pm
Today, Ferris baked a sexual violence cake. No but actually though, they baked a rose-dappled cake claiming an “Sexual Violence Prevention.” The cake was all over twitter, with retweets including:... Read More
Apr 23, 2:07pm
Flowers are blooming, so that can only mean one thing: Spring is officially in the air. During one of New York’s most fashionable seasons, Columbia students are getting ready to... Read More
Apr 23, 9:34am
Good morning, Columbia! As we engage in pre-finals craze, Spectrum would like to remind you to go to sleep, y’know, eventually. Just enough so that it makes sense for us... Read More
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