What For Tomorrow
Lydia Tadross Marks | 06/20/2021

The COVID-19 pandemic seems to be, finally, winding down in the U.S.  A mass effort to distribute vaccines and ensure vaccinations across the country has led to a rapidly plunging...

Sacrificing Himself
Marley Fortin | 06/18/2021

What is A Prayer for Owen Meany? It would be easier to say what it isn’t. First and most plainly, it’s a book by John Irving, published in 1989. On...

A Manufactured Reality
Maria Kholodova | 06/16/2021

During the pandemic, I stayed in France. Once back in Moscow, however, the contrast couldn't have been clearer. The main difference: France still believes there is a pandemic.

POVs – awaken
Caroline Levin | 06/16/2021

POVs is an ongoing segment categorized into different themes that touch upon important talking points of our day and age— same set of questions asked to a diversity of people...

“I do” or don’t – Intro
Caroline Levin | 06/14/2021

After having taken a queer theory course, I find myself questioning aspects of our lives we take to be inherent. It’s revisiting the vision of the world that asks “why”...

“I do” or don’t – pt.4
Caroline Levin | 06/12/2021

In a metaphorical sense, marriage is an actualisation of love and the feelings within a relationship. But many people get married pragmatically to prove their love is not only strong,...

“I do” or don’t – pt.3
Caroline Levin | 06/11/2021

Throughout most of the previous century, marriage would be the base of the family with a majority consisting of a working husband and a stay-at-home wife, who took care of...

“I do” or don’t – pt.2
Caroline Levin | 06/10/2021

Marriage is a celebration of love and a signaling to others the pretense of committing yourself to someone emotionally for a significant period of time both before and after the...

“I do” or don’t – pt.1
Caroline Levin | 06/07/2021

Western marriage is no longer seen as a political economic and social contract binding two families. (Although choosing a partner for economic and cultural capital remains pertinent).