Bailee Pelton and her team explore stereotypes within gender and sexuality with the goal of inspiring everyone to be more comfortable in their own skin.
Claire Hubble writes about the relationship between art and theatre in the early 19th century and calls for a revolution in how we learn about these art forms.
In a photo essay, Tiffany Tran reveals women are nhiều or plenty and why this is still a revolutionary idea.
Maya Georgi explains why - especially in a Census year - we need better words to define race, culture and ethnicity.
Naomi Graver explores how men experience love.
Amanda Cruz delves into seminal activist history.
Maggie Salko upends our idea of podcasting.
Jackie Manno looks at why now is the time to review our need for aggressive contact sports.
Poet and journalist Shelby Hall shares her thoughts about revolution in love in French and English.
In the last three months, news production and consumption has changed more dramatically than the past decade. What can we expect post-pandemic? MMC students share their ideas.
"Women belong in the kitchen" satirizes women role's within popular culture and heteronormativity. Inspired by the social construct of religion and its ability to plant women as means to be controlled.
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