Today was supposed to mark the release of our 40th volume’s final print edition—the Mental Health issue.
My Admittedly Selfish Desire for Public Validation
Maybe I just want to be validated to try and get out of my mental sludge, just to be told “Olivier, congratulations, you accomplished something actually pretty major with your life.”
What Psychology Says About the Dark Tendency of Comment-Section Victim Blaming
The fear of whether or not people will believe them and wondering how people will perceive and treat them contributes to survivors being hesitant to report and share their stories at all.
Kerouac Is a Terrible Author Who Wrote Terrible Stories About Terrible People
Whether or not the characters were reflective of the times, the story is riddled with the glorification of assholes.
A Beginner’s Guide to Class Struggle in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Workers risking their lives to go serve people that are allowed to stay home is the very essence of class inequality.
Why Are Tenants Still Expected to Pay Rent Without Income?
At a time when many are thrust into joblessness and financial precarity, renters are still expected to pay up like there isn’t a century-defining pandemic going on right now.
Now More Than Ever, Do Not Trust Everything You See Online
It’s very easy to get lost in the deluge of information about anything even remotely related to the global pandemic.
It Only Took Far Too Many Testimonies
The issue is that we live in a society where male success is more important than women’s lives.
This is a time for solidarity.
My Experience Getting Tested for Coronavirus
With all the buzz going around about the virus, you’re all probably wondering what’s going on behind the doors of the testing facility at the CUSM.
Make Room For the Future
In every country around the world, women are fighting different battles to live and survive in a society that’s trying to control, oppress, or undermine them.