Sick and Tired: A UW-Madison Student’s Reflections on Yale and Mizzou

by Maya Campbell, Staff Writer In 1964, Fanny Lou Hammer gave a groundbreaking speech at the Democratic Nation Convention. With personal testimony as her foundation, and powerful rhetoric as a tool, she became known as one of the notable, authentic voices of the Civil Rights … Continue readingSick and Tired: A UW-Madison Student’s Reflections on Yale and Mizzou

The Lust List: Fur

There is nothing we love more than bundling up in fur when the temperature drops. Whether you prefer faux fur or real fur, brightly colored and statement-making or muted shades and simple cuts, there is a perfect piece out there for you. Find out which stylish, furry pieces the fashion … Continue readingThe Lust List: Fur

Pyer Moss: Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond at the Intersection of Fashion and Political Activism

by Maya Campbell, Culture Writer Every fashion month, there is at least one show or moment dubbed the most controversial or notable of the season. Though the season has just begun, Pyer Moss, the label of black designer Kerby Jean-Raymond, has undoubtedly taken the title. … Continue readingPyer Moss: Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond at the Intersection of Fashion and Political Activism