Nov 29, 2023
A dive into the complexities of providing institutionalized support and accessibility to people of determination on campus.
Naeema Mohammed Sageer
Inclusion in media for its own sake can be harmful to those being ‘included’. The practice not only ignores the complexity of the identity it...
The justifications for the horrific Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment are mirrored in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Humanity must encourage...
A look at the recently wrapped up Student Government elections and what the new appointees envision.
Here are some words that were a comfort to write, in hopes that they’ll be a comfort to read.
Why top schools are no longer requiring or allowing scores to be sent in from graduate school aspirants.
A commentary on the artist’s latest project “Self-Delusions” and her story of coming into being. Read about Diana Al-Hadid in the third article of...
Hessa Al Nuaimi
Mona Al Qadiri, born in Kuwait and educated in Japan, explores gender roles and identities in the Gulf context by visually representing written...
Read about the news of the week
As two catastrophes with comparable humanitarian impact, why do we regard Climate Change and Covid-19 with such different levels of urgency?
We came to realize we chose the wrong element of Roman architecture.
Blaire White is looking for a rational explanation for gender identities. She’s not going to find one.
Focusing solely on diversity’s quantifiable nature is not enough.
In erasing men from the conversation about gender-related problems, we build a highly exclusive narrative. This minimizes men’s presence and...
A gentle reminder to viewers to support homegrown artists, especially in these trying times.