What the film Ratatouille can teach us about imposter syndrome

What the film ‘Ratatouille’ can teach us about imposter syndrome

Remy the rat’s high-profile career didn’t seem to convince him of his talent, but why?
Victoria Stringer, Opinion Columnist May 2, 2021

Most of you are likely familiar with the film “Ratatouille” (2007) as the greatest piece of cinematic art ever created, or at least one of the greatest movies of the 21st century and the winner of...

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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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A Nightmare Within a Nightmare: COVID-19 for the Chronically Ill

Victoria Stringer September 3, 2020
Even as media outlets touted the importance of protecting others, I still did not feel like a priority to society.
Everything you need to know to hate Daylight Saving Time as much as I do

Everything you need to know to hate Daylight Saving Time as much as I do

Victoria Stringer March 18, 2020
Daylight Saving Time does more harm than good in terms of both physical and mental health.

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?
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So you quit the sport you love. Now what?

Victoria Stringer January 23, 2020
The emotional effects of having to quit your sport are just as bad as the physical recovery
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The demon in the dorm room

Victoria Stringer November 13, 2019
Others around me did not seem to be getting sick; meanwhile, I battled an invisible demon that affected no one else
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Being limited by something isn’t necessarily a bad thing

Victoria Stringer October 31, 2019
Not only is it normal and human to have limitations, but those limitations do not have to be immovable roadblocks to success
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The sneaky signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Victoria Stringer October 16, 2019
Depression is one of those funny things where you know what it is, and you know that it’s fairly common ... but it still doesn’t feel like something that can happen to you.
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What you can actually do about climate change

Victoria Stringer September 24, 2019
Do not allow yourself to be a pessimist; instead, channel your stress about the environment into productive action
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What is Love? Trinity, Don’t Hurt Me No More

Victoria Stringer September 10, 2019
I have spent a great deal of my time at Trinity believing to my core that I was not intelligent enough to even attend college

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