Tag: Opinions

On White Feminism

Anna Lee ’24 Chief Opinions Editor What women come to mind when you think of feminism? 1920’s women clad in white and their best Sunday hats, marching down Washington D.C. with posters in hand? Rosie the Riveter pumping her bicep with “We Can Do It” in bold font? […]

Censorship in the Wake of Tragedy

Grace Manning ‘21 Opinions Editor In the year after Breonna Taylor’s tragic death at the hands of Louisville police officers, rage and indignation resurface as one of these policemen, Jonathan Mattingly, prepares to release a book telling his side of the story that rocked the U.S. and the […]