Barbie” is not a revolutionary masterclass in feminism

“Barbie” is not a revolutionary masterclass in feminism

Basic feminist ideas may be reductive but they still introduce audiences to some feminism
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter August 31, 2023

Although “Barbie” displays feminist ideas, it lacks intersectionality and simplifies what it means to be a woman or person assigned female at birth (AFAB) living under patriarchy. The film sticks to...

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Why Quentin Tarantino’s movies actually suck, Part I: Exploiting film actresses for his foot fetish

Victoria Stringer November 4, 2020
This is not a personal attack on your taste in movies; we were all hoodwinked by the same algorithm.
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Why “not like the other girls” is harmful

Natalia Salas February 27, 2020
The trope of "not being like the other girls" suggests that femininity is undesirable and implies that women are only meant to impress men.

Rom-Coms: Are they actually that romantic?

Victoria Stringer February 19, 2020
We as a society need to stop encouraging the idea that obsession = love because it is harming women in a significant way
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Are Instagram models actually feminists?

Victoria Stringer February 6, 2020
If you see the Instagram model industry as vapid and shallow — what exactly do you think the historic objectification of women has been?
We must recognize films made by women

We must recognize films made by women

Natalia Salas January 30, 2020
While films such as "Booksmart" and "Little Women" are made by women and about women, they should be watched and supported by everyone.
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Respect women on their own merits

Victoria Stringer August 29, 2019
When a woman hangs out with heterosexual men, she is viewed (more or less) in one of two ways: as a sexual object, or as another man
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
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Author presents on feminism in China

Gabriella Garriga December 17, 2018
Leta Hong Fincher visited the "Being Young in Asia" FYE to educate on the subject of her most recent book

The Witching Hour

Thomas Harvell-Degolier November 11, 2018

It’s the witching hour, folks. With recent reboot of "Charmed," and a reimagination of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," a president with scandals and a controversial new member of the Supreme Court,...

art by Dinda Lehrman

Trinity student lands art in Rookie Magazine

Ariana Razavi September 19, 2017

Have you ever dreamed of having your celebrity crush or favorite singer follow you back on Instagram? That happened to sophomore Dinda Lehrman, who got more than just a follow from her role model Tavi...

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