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  • This is what allies look like (Login Required)

    We must fight unconditionally. We must be willing to question and be ready to hold ourselves accountable, as we are equally capable of being both oppressors and allies.

  • We’re talking about this wrong (Login Required)

    We hate acknowledging privilege. We hate acknowledging the nagging feeling that we enjoy advantages that other people don’t have.

  • Whiteness as default (Login Required)

    This nation was built on white supremacy, and no amount of multicultural Coca-Cola commercials, or peace prizes for Obama, or seasons of The Wire is going to fix that.

  • Shredding in charades: my pantomime pleasures (Login Required)

    The pick never wears down and the strap never strains your neck. The strings never break, lose their tone, or go out of tune. The air guitar is nothing if not loyal; an ergonomically perfect specimen.

  • A memoir in tea (Login Required)

    If you drink a cup of tea too quickly, you’ll burn yourself. That’s part of the beauty of it - tea forces you to slow down, to wait for the brew to steep, then to wait for the brew to cool.

  • This week's Editorial (Login Required)

    We, the Carleton community— students, faculty and staff—need to engage each other in real debate and discussion. I want us, as a community, to get in the practice of not taking the easy way out by agreeing with popular ideology.

  • Why I blew it (Login Required)

    The Carleton Student Association (CSA) Senate has a big gender problem and a big race problem.

  • Conversation, not confrontation (Login Required)

    CSA Senate meetings should be a place where all people feel safe to speak, express themselves, and have respectful and vigorous conversations. Blowing an airhorn repeatedly for myself and other students was triggering and disrespectful.

  • Couch potato (Login Required)

    I like to think of consuming television, or any medium of fiction, really, as an act of empathy.

  • Missouri blueberry pie (Login Required)

    For me, baking isn’t about creating the most beautiful pastry; it’s about taking time to learn more about my father.

  • Flannels and glasses: Carleton trends (Login Required)

    At Carleton, I don’t see many males with bulging muscles and extremely preppy Vineyard Vines clothing. I don’t see girls with pounds of makeup or walking around on Saturday at 2 A.M. wearing little black party dresses.

  • Beauty is (Login Required)

    Dependence on conceptions of ‘beauty’ too often limits us to the norms and demanded mannerisms. Why should be it be incumbent of every acquaintance to acknowledge a new haircut? Why does dressing up have to mean there is a necessitating “occasion?”