Monthly Archive: April, 2014

Stop the Silence

Trigger Warning: This article contains potentially triggering material related to sexual assault. I am tired of the numbers. The statistics. We all know them. One out of every six women are the victims… Continue reading

Fat People Exist

A couple weeks ago, I closed the stall door behind me in a Patrick Hall bathroom and was greeted by this sign. I quickly scanned the text, smiled at the picture, and had… Continue reading

Fearless: Conor Brooks

Recently named College Democrat of the Year for the entire state of Pennsylvania, Conor Brooks ’15 fearlessly advocates for political awareness, involvement, and participation, uses his leadership skills to affect change in Adams… Continue reading

Why Is That Even A Question?

“Are you the only white Africana Studies Major?” I overheard another student ask a friend. I reacted. “Why is that even a question?” As I waited for his reply I tried to justify… Continue reading

Fearless: Josh Griffiths

Continually a strong voice for the underrepresented on campus, working with other students and faculty to take initiative in changing campus policy and culture toward the LGBTQ community, and serving as a leader… Continue reading

“A” Is Not For Ally

Most people can recall their first crush. They think fondly back to age ten or eleven when they first “went boy-crazy” or couldn’t focus on sixth-grade English because that cute girl was in… Continue reading

Fearless: Anastasia Maisel

Working to create a meaningful, respectful, and community-minded Day of Service in honor of Gettysburg College student Emily Silverstein ’11, and continually involved in different farming and food initiatives in the Gettysburg area… Continue reading

Two Is Not Always Better Than One

Since moving to Berlin in January for my semester abroad, I have witnessed many fantastic scenes while riding the U-Bahn. Ranging from a suit-clad man hurdle-jumping into the train to women in hijabs… Continue reading

Fearless Friday: Aidan Caravana

  Fearlessly creating a welcoming environment for students to learn more about Buddhism, spirituality, and meditation while also raising awareness for international social justice issues about which he’s passionate, Aidan Caravana ’14 helps… Continue reading