Senior Send-Off: Kim Tsuyuki, the QC’s Busy Bee

At 5’1 (and 3 quarters), you may not see Kim Tsuyuki running around making sure something is in order, but she is definitely always on the go.

28 Black Artists You Should Listen To If You Don’t Already

This Black History Month, you should celebrate by adding more Black artists to your playlist. Here’s a list of 28 Black artists to check out!

Saba’s New Album Has More Than a Few Good Things

Saba’s new album, Few Good Things, is a great story from a great storyteller — from the artistry to the movie-like structure of the album.

An illustration of two women sitting in chairs across from each other, one of them being a patient and the other being a therapist

POV: You See Your Therapist Complaining on TikTok

Recently, a therapist on TikTok complained about one of her patients “trauma dumping” on them. But is that not what her job is about?

A picture of Sidney Prescott from Scream.

Ranking My Favorite Final Girls in Horror Movies

The final girl trope is one of my favorite tropes in horror films. In this list, I rank my favorite final girls from least to most favorite.

A picture of the DoubleTree Hotel.

Creating a Safe Space: Black Women’s Forum

Events like the Black Women’s Forum are helpful for creating a welcoming environment on campus, but more could be done to enhance these events.

Big Brother History: Expect the Unexpected

The reality show Big Brother has been on air since 2000, and yet, in its 21-year run, has just made history for the series. 

Sip and Snack Series: Manifesting Your Best at Manifest Tea Station

Manifest Tea Shop has something to offer for anyone, from tarot card readings to loose leaf teas and crystals to help you manifest your best.

Angie Costello Navigates the Thrift and Graphic Design Communities as a Woman of Color

Angie Costello is a third-year at Whittier College with not only her own thrift store, but a talent for graphic design and sticker-making.

Race and Racism in The Real World Homecoming: New York

When the 1992 cast came back for Real World Homecoming: New York on Paramount+ conversations around racism in America sparked back up.