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Changing wage gap starts with youth


I have always stood by the fact that I am not a feminist. While Beyoncé and Emma Watson sing and speak about how their political beliefs influence their work and the way they encourage women, I believe that they could do all those same things without labeling it “feminism.” Despite the fact that I’m a double […]

Screen On Sound: While We’re Young, Serena and more


In this week’s installment of Screen on Sound, Lifestyle Editor Daniel Grzywacz, columnist Landon McDonald and our first guest of the year, Uracha Chaiyapinunt, talk about recent and upcoming movie releases, as well as what’s hot on TV. Podcast produced by Melody Jiang.  

Oscars bring the best fashions to the table


Apparently, the Super Bowl is a big deal. Now, I do the parties, the cheering and eating and screaming, but, honestly, the outcome of the Super Bowl has no effect on my life whatsoever. And apparently, the NBA’s Finals are also a big deal. Again, I’m a good sport — but a good sport who […]

A film’s believability hinges on its costumes


This past weekend, I finally saw Quentin Tarantino’s latest flick, Django Unchained. And though the other moviegoers probably sat transfixed by the incredible amount of violence or horrified at the frantic use of the N-word doing the three-hour epic, I sat wondering if anyone else noticed that Jamie Foxx’s titular character was donning a pair […]