Stranger Things Excites Audiences

Warning: May contain minor spoilers On July 4, the latest installment of the Stranger Things series was released. Fans of the show were excited to see their favorite characters again, especially after a second season that left many underwhelmed. This time, though, the cast and crew brought their A-game. While the last two seasons seemed … Continue reading Stranger Things Excites Audiences

The importance of embracing a new culture

Trey Espinosa is a senior Philosophy, Politics and the Public. He is a guest writer from Louisville, Ky. In 2001, the California Milk Processor Board, a client for whom the famous “Got Milk?” advertising campaign was produced, sponsored an ad aimed at Latina women. The campaign translated the slogan “Got Milk?” to “Tienes Leche?” which … Continue reading The importance of embracing a new culture

Long-term healing for the whole self

Riley Head is a senior Philosophy, Politics and the Public and gender and diversity studies double major. She is a guest writer from Louisville, Ky. Not long ago, I found myself in the grief section of my local bookstore. Almost two years after my assault, I was overwhelmed with the feeling that I had used … Continue reading Long-term healing for the whole self