Written by Nia Thomas Now approaching the 17th year since the generation-defining sitcom aired its finale, the highly anticipated Friends reunion special has now wrapped filming. What do we know so far? The special set to air on HBO’s streaming service HBO Max, which launches in May, will star the original cast of six main… Read More The ‘Friends’ Reunion and What it Could Mean
Written by Natasha Wanza Working to heal after my breakup got me listening to a lot of breakup/healing playlists on Spotify. A LOT. While healing, I had (and still am) consuming a ton of material about healthy ways to cope. Think of it as starting a healthy dietary regime. I know you get the feeling… Read More Is Your Playlist Romanticising Toxic Love?
Written by Orla Coleman This is a topic that has always interested me. I have researched it to a great extent and am particularly interested in it. Throughout the time period 1450-1499, it is thought that women didn’t have much influence. However, there are some examples that in fact show different. I will start a… Read More Women’s political influence during the Wars of the Roses
Written by Avery Oliver When the snowstorm hit Texas in mid-February and my power went out—I wasn’t sure if it would ever come back on. It was a very cold night, the temperatures dropping below freezing, and with no heat or electricity, it only continued to grow colder. When an hour or two passed and… Read More Centring Black people in Conversations About Environmental Racism is Essential