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OPINION

A “Scream” of a horror movie

Coming from a self-aware legacy of classics, Scream VI slashes its way to theaters with gripping horror and traditional Scream meta-ness. With new and returning cast members, the film serves as a slasher standard.




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OPINION

What Movies Taught Me About Femininity

Women don’t have to be complicit, and we aren’t there to be kissed. We don’t have to fantasize about the princes that will come. We’re allowed to be more, more than forced kisses and intimate grabs, being told to stay behind the hero or being the quiet caretakers.



BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Uplifting the Voice of Black Individuals: An Analysis of the 1881 Washerwomen Strike

As a Black journalist, the way Black stories we try to tell are co-opted for praise stifles the credibility we are fighting to keep. My “voice” isn’t as loud as other journalists. Honestly, trying to be heard is exhausting. Constantly being disregarded for more prominent journalists is exhausting. Not having the support to tell the stories of the Black community is exhausting.







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