Amandla Stenberg

When I first read “The Hate U Give,” I remember feeling emotional.


In Arabic class this week, our infamous textbook AlKitaab transitioned from one controversial and politicized topic to the next, the new lesson being about violent Arab revolutions and governments as opp


sometimes i want to step out of my skin

& sleep forever in that silver pot

as if i were those bones you boil each day

hovering over the kitchen stove

cheeks flushed with early morning


I don’t like Taylor Swift.


The thing about being the only woman of color in the room is that sometimes I forget that this is not how it has to be.


I am a dancer.


The steady melody of the flute holds hands and dances with the consistent beat of the bassoon as they traverse across the canvas of several continent

Each note speaks for a different culture

A different people

A different tongue


“Sweet talk to me, babe

It’s magical

Sweet lullaby.”

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When Rupi Kaur’s “Milk and Honey” was first published, it sent the literary world into an uproar.

Traditional dancing at the protest

On Tuesday, La Casa — the Latinx Umbrella organization on campus — and SAFE — Students Allied for Freedom and Equality — collaborated to conduct a “Border Protest Blackout” on the Diag to protest unfair border policies in both Palestine and Mexico.