Reflecting on Harper’s Bazaar “The Art of Beauty”

by Angela Wolter, Contributing Writer Beauty standards are always changing and evolving over time, but they have never been more inclusive and representative until now. With models of all different backgrounds, identities and body types walking down the runway and posing in magazines, it seems like … Continue readingReflecting on Harper’s Bazaar “The Art of Beauty”

A Diminishing Culture

by Yi Wu, Contributing Writer White clouds float in blue skies, while under the clouds, galloping, are the horses. Shepherds’ cracking whips sound through the prairie, and hundreds of birds soar in the sky. If someone were to ask me, “What is this place?” I … Continue readingA Diminishing Culture

‘Smart People’: Where Discussions of Race Take the Stage

by Taylor Palmby, Lifestyle Writer Smart People, a play which ran at the UW-Madison Mitchell Theater until March 13, explores racism and invites discussion on the topic. With heightened tensions after several incredibly racist incidents on campus, along with the rise of #TheRealUW, a hashtag … Continue reading‘Smart People’: Where Discussions of Race Take the Stage

Moda in the Real World: An Interview with Barbara Gonzalez

by Taylor Palmby, Lifestyle Writer University of Wisconsin-Madison alum, Barbara Gonzalez, spends much of her life thinking about culture. During her time at UW she was heavily involved in several multicultural organizations, including Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc.. She was also a member of … Continue readingModa in the Real World: An Interview with Barbara Gonzalez