Tag: Anamika Dutta

The Olympics’ Importance

Anamika Dutta ‘20 Chief Culture Editor The 2018 Winter Olympics kicked off on February 9 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. In the typical grand spectacle that is the Opening Ceremony, Pyeongchang delivered fireworks, drones that morphed into the famous Olympic rings, complex choreography, and an overall theme of peace, […]

The Women’s March

Anamika Dutta Chief Culture Editor On January 20, 2018, around 1.5 million people around the world took to the streets for the second annual Women’s March: The People Persist. Last year’s empowering march, a response primarily to President Trump’s derogatory comments about women and threats to defund Planned […]

Sexist Tropes in Movies

By Anamika Dutta, Culture Editor Movies get a lot right, but often give into stereotypes when it comes to portraying women in a realistic multi-dimensional manner. The representation of women as either only career-oriented, only focused on love, only a feminist icon if she is allegedly “anti-men,” or forced […]

Make the Most of Fall Break

Anamika Dutta Culture Editor Fall break could not have come fast enough. For the student body, the past few weeks have been filled with midterms, essays, projects, and presentations, not to mention other extracurricular and athletic commitments. Cool Beans’ midnight business was through the roof and grateful students […]

Review: This is Us

Anamika Dutta Culture Editor NBC has been home to some of television’s most emotional series. It has brought us “Friday Night Lights,” “Parenthood,” and now, “This Is Us.” We cared so deeply for the Taylor family of “Friday Night Lights” that they might as well have been our […]