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Ubantu
Romain Martin | 01/02/2022

The Legon Campus is full of these massive and exacting concrete blocks, monstrous rectangular buildings that seem to dominate space and nature. Straight, uniform, and impersonal lines reign.

queerness in dance
Angelique Bosc | 01/02/2022

Appealing to the audience’s expectations of what role each gender should play, much consideration was given to how a performance would be received rather than how it would feel.

Greek Hour – pt4
Elisa Vovos | 12/12/2021

Strefi hill is one of the most enlightened spots of Athens and if not for vertigo, an experience to have. Not an inch of duskiness left to spare, Athens takes...

Ballet / Self Esteem
Angelique Bosc | 11/03/2021

The growing pains of giving up a childhood passion is often a common casualty of coming into adulthood. From age three into high school, I was the “ballet kid.” Ballet...

Venezuela 101
Myrna Corvalan-Vasquez | 10/31/2021

Venezuela has been purposefully misunderstood to fit within frameworks. This a position that can be held regarding any country considered outside of traditional Western culture and history.

Bedroom Pop
Angelique Bosc | 10/25/2021

I watched the stage of the El Rey Theater light up as seven-hundred other teenage girls waited for lo-fi sensation Clairo’s first official concerts. The lights were low, her voice...

Greek Hour – pt 3
Elisa Vovos | 10/12/2021

"Eva souvlaki parakalo!" My Athenian acolyte, and longtime roommate, turns away from the counter and smiles at me. We’re in one of the oldest Gyros shops of Athens, and he’s...

this is recovered
Caroline Levin | 09/30/2021

I haven’t thought about anorexia too much lately— at least my own dealing with it. Food has increasingly become … just food. Exercise is movement that spikes some dopamine. My...

Greek Hour – pt 2
Elisa Vovos | 09/21/2021

In A Woman under the Influence, Gena Rowlands plays stay-at-home mother Mabel in beautiful American suburbia, who’s main function is to appear lonely as she waits for her husband to...

France Today?
Myrna Corvalan-Vasquez | 09/16/2021

To French people, France isn’t racist because it says it isn’t. The French motto is “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité” so how could a state, which holds these values as its motto,...