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THIS WEEK IN THE CLEANSE: Haiti Has Been Fighting U.S. Racism Since 1804. And isn’t that the truth?

By Lydia Shiel, Staff Columnist The past four months have been particularly fruitful as far as horrifying news concerning international relations with [...]

Kylo Ren, Toxic Masculinity, and Why The Jedi Order Needed To End

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a film about consequences. By Alina Sichevaya, Staff Writer & Treasurer It’s about the immediate consequences of [...]

Mental Health Mondays

By Roxana Ungureanu, Staff Columnist  What about mental health? Too often we overlook the importance of mental health, and especially on a college campus, [...]

Siren Zine 2016: Self-Care

How do you take care of yourself in a world that tells you not to? How do you heal after trauma, revitalize yourself, and fight back? To answer these questions [...]

Rey: A Force of Nature

By Sarah Muzzillo I'm a brand new Star Wars fan. It's sad to admit, but I had never seen any of the movies prior to a couple months ago. I’m sure your jaw [...]

Poem: Dr. Tanya Shields

By Callie Wallace The day I presented my feminist action project I cried. Ugly cried. Leave-the-room-to-get-my-shit-together cried. I thought I was [...]

Anisha Padma

Photo by Dicle Kara 1. What is one of your proudest accomplishments and why? I’m really excited that Monsoon (A UNC-based South Asian Affairs Platform) [...]

Shilpa Kancharla

Interview by Parisa Shah. Photographs by Alice Wilder Shilpa Kancharla is a DJ at WXYC, a research assistant at a physics lab, and a firm lover of science [...]

Cecilia Polanco

1. What is one of your proudest accomplishments and why? My proudest accomplishment is starting a food truck and catering company, So Good Pupusas, this [...]

June Beshea

Interview by Amanda Kubic, photographs by Alice Wilder June Beshea, a senior chemistry and biology double major, is doing radical and meaningful work for [...]