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Breaking Down Biases

Breaking Down Biases

STEM Story By Brooke McAfee A combination of stereotypes and biases influence the experiences of women in fields like science, ...

Strength In Their Hijabs

Strength In Their Hijabs

“When I wear the hijab it empowers me has a woman and I know that’s contrary to what a lot of people think about the hijab. ...

Just Like The Mountains

Just Like The Mountains

I’d dealt with death all day. It seemed so close that morning on the edge of a mountain, and here it was again on the other ...

Something Out of Nothing

Something Out of Nothing

Every Thursday, we create a world out of essentially nothing.  All we need is a one-word suggestion.

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Find Your Political Identity

Find Your Political Identity

Political Party Story By Hannah Boufford Often described as many as the blue dot in the middle of a red sea, Bloomington, IN ...

Final Identity

Final Identity

Grave Story By Chloe Ding The scent of fall feels the same in the world.

​Dressing The Part

​Dressing The Part

Dressing the Part By Lauren Saxe Designer Rachel Zoe once said that style is a way to say who you are without having to speak. ...

​Talent: Natural or Learned?

​Talent: Natural or Learned?

By Arriel Vinson Talent, as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is a special ability that allows someone to do something ...

Acting Natural

Acting Natural

Acting Natural: Tips to Keeping Your Nervousness at a Minimum It’s the shaky voice and hands.

To The Brink

On learning to live with and fight against a disorder. 

Psychology of Fitbits

As Sara Suisman walks across campus to class she notices that she hasn’t felt the familiar buzz on her left wrist.