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Is There Room for Riot Grrrl in a Modern World?
I hold “Deceptacon” by Le Tigre very close to my heart. When I was 15, it was exactly the kind of song I needed to hear: it was loud, brutally…
Why Do We Have An Urge To Log?
It’s hard not to constantly share. In the age of social media, publicly sharing feels unavoidable, especially as more and more platforms emerge. But amidst the constant sharing, there exists…
Leaving New York With Words Left Unsaid
New York, I love you but you’re bringing me down. New York City is probably the greatest love of my life, and being a New Yorker is perhaps the largest…
Cracking the Enigma of Carrie’s Obsession with Mr. Big
After a hookup during which she “had sex like a man,” a smiling Carrie Bradshaw walks down the street confident and with the material she needs for her weekly column.…
Knowing Your White Privilege—and Mobilizing It
I went to preschool in Bronxville, at Sarah Lawrence College’s Early Childhood Center. My two years there were the most incredible and formative to my education. Inside this building, we…
What “Cléo from 5 to 7” Taught Me About Life, Death, and Being
I’m frightened by other people’s fears. I’ve been more in touch with mortality right now than perhaps ever before. Regularly thinking about my life and the lives of others, it…