Monday, March 25, 2013 – 7:00pm FREE, open to the public, Miller Learning Center rm. 148 “With humor and refreshing candor, Fabianova’s Red Moon provides a fascinating, often ironic, take on the absurd and frequently dangerous cultural stigmas and superstitions surrounding women’s menstruation. As educational as it is liberating, the film functions as both a myth-busting […]
I took a class about political polarization last semester. The entire semester is summed up as “We’re getting more and more polarized an will hit an irreversible, cataclysmic point sometime soon.” I just kept wanted to say: “Yeah, but when was the last time a member of one party caned a member of the opposite party?” “We […]
While many have diminished the “Blue Wave” predictions from before the midterms, there is another wave that has been bolstered by the call in favor of Sinema winning her Senate seat in Arizona—becoming the first openly bisexual member in history.