Category Archive: School

The Madama Butterfly Effect

Copyright 2010 Yale Daily News Publishing Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Reprinted with Permission. Self I // oils on found wood, no primer // Larissa Pham By Larissa Pham I have never been… Continue reading

Secret Languages: Being Queer in a Catholic School

By Stefani R. When I was growing up my family had very little money but I was lucky enough with help from other family members and financial aid to attend one of the… Continue reading

HEART(H)WARMING: A Back to School Guide

By Larissa Pham Here we are back at school again. It’s October now and your hands are starting to get cold, especially when you wake up in the morning, and you’re thinking about… Continue reading

Can Feminism Be Taught? Can Feminism Be Learned?

By Sally Evans Following its publication, many people read Clementine Ford’s article at dailylife.com.au about the cultural sanctions on women’s sexual and reproductive freedom.  The commentary about that article, along with other discussions centring on… Continue reading

Grad School Is Weird

By Alex Grad school is weird. This might not be shocking information to most people. I guess it wasn’t to me, either. In the same way that I knew undergrad would probably not… Continue reading

The Ivory Tower Doesn’t Yet Have a Room for Brown Girls

By Larissa Pham “We just don’t do too much work on non-western art,” a classmate of mine was saying in seminar, speaking of her preference for European art. “It’s harder to speak about… Continue reading