Stop Wearing My Clothes

   Educating yourself and being yourself: the dangers of cultural appropriation by Harini, a student intern.  I was the only brown kid at my school until ninth grade. Growing up in a town I once described as “never realized the Union won the Civil War,” it was no surprise that all my friends were white.… Continue reading Stop Wearing My Clothes

Halloween Costumes: Looking into the Haunted Mirror of Our Past

A collaborative authorship post from Bria Hamlet and Jess Myers Jess: You guessed it! It’s that time of the year when the Women’s Center staff crushes your Halloween costume dreams and makes you feel guilty about your costume decisions. Sexist! Racist! Cultural appropriation! We know, we’re just no fun… but someone’s gotta do it. But in… Continue reading Halloween Costumes: Looking into the Haunted Mirror of Our Past

It’s that time of year again! Halloween Costumes! by Narges Fekri Ershad, Student Staff

It is that time of the year again! Pumpkins are out in the fields and costumes are back in the stores! It is the time of the year that people can wear anything, be anyone or any object and they won't be judged! While searching the internet I came across many points about Halloween that… Continue reading It’s that time of year again! Halloween Costumes! by Narges Fekri Ershad, Student Staff