There is much to improve.
Dear Feminists, Activists, Subversives, Vaginas, and Queers,
It’s been a nerve-wracking month.
by Leah Marsh ’19 Today, there is a strong effort to attract women to fields in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). However, while the numbers are creeping up, there is […]
By Gaby Germanos ’18 Remember Mike Posner? If you don’t, you’re not alone. After releasing a worldwide chart-topper in 2010, he fell into relative obscurity, where he remained—until now. In […]
By Gaby Germanos ’18 At the moment, sexual assault and abuse on college campuses are getting a lot of media attention, and justifiably so. It’s an especially germane topic for […]
By Gaby Germanos ’18 Note: Discussion of social anxiety disorder (SAD) in this piece is based on research and my personal experience as someone with SAD. Though I focus on […]
Reed McConnell ’15 Leslie Jamison is an alumna of Harvard College. Her most recent book of essays, “The Empathy Exams,” was released in April 2014 and has been generating press […]
By Sarah Blatt-Herold ’18 “Gilmore Girls” is coming back, and I’m pretty excited about it. There’s comedy, drama, and love; Luke and Lorelei’s budding relationship; Rory’s boy interests; a catchy […]
By Julia Fine ’19 As I was walking into the event “Tavi Gevinson Presents Rookie Yearbook Four” at Brattle Theatre on October 25, I ran into a girl I had […]
Anahvia Taiyib ’16 On Oct. 19, Jennicet Gutiérrez gave a keynote speech at Harvard University entitled “A Call for Justice” on the state of transgender detainees in U.S. detention centers. […]