In February, I saw a video on Twitter in which Rose McGowan, actress and accuser of Harvey Weinstein, has a shouting match with Andi Weir*, a trans woman and activist, at a promotional event for McGowan’s book Brave. Weir … Continue reading #MeToo?
Like most college campuses, Hendrix is blessed with numerous study spaces, but not all study spaces are created equal. With so many choices, the quest for the best possible spot may seem overwhelming, but this is a quest that must … Continue reading Seeking superior study spaces
“Hendrix traditions”—any person with a semblance of a connection to our college has their own perspective on what our shared traditions represent. Beyond the standard fare of dance parties, like Ghost Roast and SoCo 54, the college has other significant … Continue reading Campus Traditions: Highs and Lows
To my fellow residents, My ladies on the northside, you have treated me well. I have soiled your ceilings, finished off your leftover Toppers Mac N’ Cheese pizzas, with a little bit of dryer sheet, and personally, I consider … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Raccoon Edition
I initially decided to write about The Oscars mix up because I’m an aspiring Film Studies major and the title included the word ‘controversy.’ It may come as a surprise, but I did not watch The Oscars. I have … Continue reading Why Moonlight’s Oscar Win Matters