By Ashley Mackens, Fashion Editor The Golden Globe Awards come around to honor and celebrate the best film and television achievements of the year. In the past, actors and actresses have taken their time to bask in the spotlight, but this year was different. Winners … Continue reading5 Best Golden Globes Looks
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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
by Maya Campbell, Culture Writer We’ve come across it time and time again: an exclamation of the current year followed by the questioning of why a trending social or political issue still exists. “It’s 2015, why are we still encouraging women to wear unhealthy footwear?” … Continue readingIt’s 2015, Can We Stop Saying “It’s 2015…?”
by Haley Nippert, Social Writer It’s that time of year again: pumpkin spice lattes, sweaters, apple cider, and cultural appropriation. Cultural appropriation means the adoption of cultural elements from a minority group, by another, usually dominant, group is especially prevalent when Halloween rolls around. It … Continue readingPainting With All the Colors of Your Ignorance (or This is Halloween)
by Barbara Gonzalez, Social Justice & Fashion Columnist From models all across the globe to the fashionistas we see on the street every day, one thing can be agreed on by all: gender bending fashion is a big time hit. The trend has spread like … Continue readingBlurred Lines: Androgyny as a Style or Lifestyle?