By Sophia Yakumithis In a Scandinavian history course I took freshman year, we learned about one of archaeology’s biggest blunders: The Kensington Runestone.  In Minnesota, a 202-pound chunk of stone was “discovered” in 1898 by a Swedish farmer who claimed it was covered in 14th century runic text. Widely accepted in the community as an […]

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By Katrina Liu Self confidence is something that many of us aren’t born with. For some bizarre reason, society often makes us feel like we’re not good enough by some unspoken standard. The journey to loving yourself is a slow and arduous one and it is different for everybody. Here are the things I try […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Every year, as the leaves fall from the trees, I notice the same fall trends—ranging from fashion choices to pumpkin recipes—intensifying more and more. College students use their aggressive seasonal spirit to competitively adopt certain trends and subject everyone around them to how trendy they are in every way, shape and form.  […]

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By Victoria Lara With Sept. 15 signaling the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, it may be difficult to find a good starting point to immerse yourself in Latinx culture. However, these next five films might be a great place to start for those looking to expand their film scope this month.   “Cesar Chavez”  […]

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“Beale Street” was nothing short of a cultural explosion that illuminated problems of race and police brutality and black love.

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In honor of Black History Month, here are just a few of so many unsung black women that helped build today’s Black America.

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