The Flaws of Free the Nipple

Inequality among boobie pix Breasts are not sex organs. They are not sexual until censored. In fact, my closest female friends and I send each other snapchats of our boobs almost daily. We’re cute and young, and we love our tits and each others’ tits. We are modern women, freeing the nipple and loving it. […]

RAW FROM THE SAW – Album Review: A Seat at the Table

By John Jacobson, Social Media Editor Solange’s third studio album came as a surprise to the music community. After her sister Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade made waves, Solange’s A Seat at the Table acted as a response to Lemonade’s presented ideas of blackness and womanhood in American music. A Seat at the Table is as […]

Appropriating Patriotism

How the conflation of patriotism and nationalism has militarized society In 2008, a baseball fan in Yankee Stadium was forcibly ejected by an officer for trying to go to the bathroom while “God Bless America” was playing during the 7th inning stretch. The man was Bradford Campeau-Laurion, a Boston Red Sox fan living in New […]

Thanksgiving’s Finest

by Sarah Noell Cramped in the back of Kelly’s car, we were on our way to a dinner party. I pulled at my black tights, making them see-through enough to be high-fashion. I reconsidered and decided corduroy was the farthest thing from high-fashion and readjusted the mashed potato bowl that sat heavily on my ribbed […]

The Grass is Always Greener

Researchers test, determine which campus has greenest grass Breaking News: Cornell Scientists Report Grass Really Is Greener at Ithaca. A year-long research project came to a close earlier this month as lead scientists at Cornell University concluded that the grass really is greener on the other side of Cayuga Lake. After taking sample blades of […]

Pressing Leaves

by Mila Phelps-Friedl If only everyone could die as gracefully as trees do. They grip to life — tucking away green foliage for burly reds and golds, fading into speckled oranges before they fall and drop. My mother always spoke to me about the trees when I was younger, holding my little hand in hers […]