In this witty yet insightful book of essays, Jill Gutowitz examines the influence of pop culture in the uplifting and silencing of queer culture. Reflecting on her own experiences, Gutowitz draws connections between her experience of finding her sexuality and that of the tumultuous media portrayals of women, especially queerContinue Reading

“The Rocky Horror Show” by Richard O’ Brien is hands down on my top five list of musicals that I’m obsessed with, so finding out that this musical was going to be done by Concordia College Theatre, I was shocked, primarily due to the sexual nature of the show, butContinue Reading

On Tuesday, President Biden announced his plan to forgive student loans for most borrowers making less than $125,000 a year, a total of $250,000 for a household. This plan was one of Biden’s key promises of his 2020 Presidential campaign, providing up to $20,000 in debt cancellation to Pell grantContinue Reading

Values—the collective decision of what means more are often chosen in times of stress, when the pressure of two ideas creates an impassable gorge between two things we cannot have. Though small, perhaps insignificant compared to what we are already doing to the environment, President Biden has agreed to followContinue Reading