After ordering graduation announcements a few days ago, my mom hops on a call with me and exclaims, “you think these cards were made out of gold!” This got me thinking – to participate in graduation, a student must shovel out even more cash to the university to engage in ‘graduation culture.’ Let’s take a […]Read More The Pitfalls of Graduation Culture
JMU prides themselves on diversity, inclusion, and community. But, are these claims that they pride themselves on really true?Read More Does JMU really accommodate to everyone?
Learn more about international, national, and local news from our bloggers over this past month! They truly are spilling the teaRead More Newsroom Roundup
Learn more about the book club WAKE UP on JMUs campus, creating conversations around race and identity.Read More JMU WAKE UP: Intersections of Whiteness and Identity
We’ve got a new newsroom format! Catch up on the news from the last week from COVID-19 to Harvey Weinstein.Read More Newsroom
After my international trip I returned to chaos and sadness. Here are my thoughts…Read More The World I Returned To
I’m a disabled human. I went to see JMU’s “Side Show”. I have a lot of opinions. I’m going to talk about them.Read More Sick of the Side Show
“Difference needs to be seen as a source of creativity, not a reason for destruction or polarization”
1. JMU women’s basketball improved their record last week by defeating UCF 46-43. Kayla Cooper-Williams scored 8 points total, had 16 rebounds, and two blocks. The next game will happen December 17th against Delaware State. Make sure to go out and support your Dukes! 2. Just 30 miles away in West Virginia, a forest fire […]Read More In The News: Art, Politics, & More
For the uninitiated, being a feminist can be hard to wrap your head around. What am I to believe? What am I to think? Am I a feminist? The chances are if you are even asking yourself these questions you are more than likely already a feminist. To help further explore what it means to […]Read More What Does it Mean to be a Feminist?