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De/Constructing America: Part 1

By Amanda Xu and Jeremiah Kim Amanda: For many Americans, we can trace the origins of our family tree to an immigrant story. One of hardship, sacrifice, and — for the lucky few — bittersweet triumph over circumstances. If our nation is shaped by diversity, how have we ended up in such…

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THE WORLD AROUND YU | America Under Trumpism

  I grew up in a minority-majority enclave in the Bay Area. My elementary school was made up of 800 students whose demographics were made up of roughly fifty-percent East Asian and fifty-percent South Asian. There, at school, you could probably count the number of white kids on one hand.…

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TRAVELIN’ WITH JACQUELINE | Punkfest

From Tuesday to Saturday last week, Punkfest Cornell took place throughout Ithaca, and included panel discussions (one of which featured members of Pussy Riot), live band and spoken word performances, an opening reception in Kroch and a film screening at Cornell Cinema. Unfortunately, I was incredibly busy last week, so…

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ATARISTOTLE | Black Women, Don’t Get Trick’d

It’s 2016. Donald Trump is the president. Kanye finally dropped an album. The Cubs won the world series. We, as a society, are witnessing the unfathomable before our eyes. And just when you thought life couldn’t get any stranger, it did. Trick Daddy, a Southern rapper known for his club…

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SUIT DU JOUR | The Fanny Pack is Back

Fanny packs are making a comeback. When most people think of fanny packs, they think of tourists scrambling about unknown streets of some foreign city or hikers trekking along in the woods. Or in the case of Cornell University, you probably think of your friends making rounds along the slope…