Outside the Bubble: U.N. condemns Rohingya genocide

By Chris Dillon – 6 months ago

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Myanmar’s Minister for the Office of the State Counsellor Kyaw Tint Swe last Thursday, Sept. 27, at the U.N. General Assembly in…

VSA Updates

By Julian Corbett – 6 months ago

Consensus Agenda–Passed Finance allocations $209.52/$209.52 to Aikido Club from Capital Fund—headgear and sparring gloves 2000/2000 to Outing Club from Discretionary Fund —money to subsidize membership and travel costs for Climbing…

Why we play

By Annie Shriver – 6 months ago

When I was little, “athlete” meant the people on TV, the big names everyone knew, the people on baseball cards and football cards and on the posters I put up…

After offseason drama, new NBA season ripe with storylines

By Dean Kopitsky – 6 months ago

Basketball fans, rejoice. The high flyin’, slam-dunkin’, star-makin’, pragmatically commissioned, concussion-free, guaranteed-contract-having, guilt-free sweetness of the National Basketball Association makes its return this October. It seems like only yesterday that…

Depictions of dissociative identity disorder misguided

By Laila Volpe – 6 months ago

[TW: This article contains mention of trauma, mental illness and violence.] [Spoiler Alert: This article contains spoilers for the movie “Fight Club.”] Dissociative identity disorder (DID), other-wise known as multiple…

Trump, white supremacy irrefutably linked

By Catherine Bither – 6 months ago

[TW: This article contains discussions of violence and death.] Since Donald Trump’s election in Oct. 2016, 21 individuals have been murdered by white supremacists (Los Angeles Times, “Violence by far-left…

Life of Basquiat to be performed as Broadway musical

By Taylor Stewart – 6 months ago

Born and raised in Brooklyn, an anchor of contemporary art, Jean Michel-Basquiat used to sign his pieces SAMO©. The alias originally stood for “same old shit.” SAMO© was Basquiat’s first…