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We cannot look to pop culture for the realities of black pregnancies.

We cannot look to pop culture for the realities of black pregnancies.

Shivani Selladurai, Opinions Columnist March 2, 2023

When Rihanna redefined maternity fashion at Paris Fashion Week, it wasn’t just a landmark moment in fashion. Her choice to wear revealing clothes during her pregnancy is a statement that encourages non-famous...

Harry Styles being attacked by bees at the Grammys, color version

Another year, another round of Grammys backlash

Beyoncé’s snub highlights the fading credibility and relevance of the Recording Academy
Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief February 16, 2023

If you haven’t already, it might be time to let go of the Grammy Awards as an actual authority on music. This year, the Recording Academy again failed to escape its regular accusations of racism and...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Black History Month: State figures you should know

Kara Killinger February 20, 2020

Illustrations by Andrea NebhutEddie Bernice JohnsonB. 1935 Eddie Bernice Johnson is a politician serving her 14th term representing Texas's 30th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives....

Beyonce at Coachella, 2019 Photo credit: Victoria Stringer

Hey, white people: “Homecoming” isn’t for us

Victoria Stringer April 25, 2019
You can still love Beyoncé, but it is important to recognize that her art was not made for you
Breaking down Lemonade

Breaking down “Lemonade”

Amelia Mundell March 28, 2019
Women's and gender studies program hosts speaker, screening of Beyonce's visual album
Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Grammys: Relevant or Relic of a Bygone Era?

Noor Rahman February 13, 2019
Last weekend's ceremony reinforced its tenuous status

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