By K. Vis. It’s April. It’s Autism Awareness Month. While a lot of people rightfully focus on how we’d like … More
By Therese Gatterburg Anti-Racism Awareness Week, Radboud University The Anti-Racism Awareness Week, hosted by the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion office, had … More
By Paula Werdnik Anyone who has watched Winx Club, as a kid knows that it was all about fairies, glitter and girl power … More
By Jansje Kamerling – Let me resist the words ascribed to me
By Zoë van Duijn Last year when I visited South Africa for the first time I fell in love with … More
By Kyra-Lianne Samuels ‘So, how’s my favourite faggot doing?’ I say into my phone before one of my best friends even has … More
By Femke Boom I often find myself thinking about The L-Word, and I wonder how many LGBT+ people still remember … More
As a child, race and ethnicity were issues far removed from my mind. It wasn’t until my teen years that I realized that having a white mother and a black father meant that I was right at the center of two different spheres racially, and because of their different cultural backgrounds, also ethnically. The older I got, the more I realized that the importance of race was more prominent than what I’d initially thought.
Movie review by Karla Kiefer Looking for a film to watch during your quarantine and chill session? Well, here is … More
Book review by Femke Boom The book of the month this time is Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood. Isherwood is one … More
Book review by Femke Boom “I think you should write about the one that scares you the most. Taking risks … More
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is a historical novel written by Taylor Jenkins Reid. It is a fictive biography of a Hollywood actress, which is set in the 1950s. There is an almost tangible tension between the ‘50s mind-set and sexuality, as well as feminism. The story is partially depicted in modern times with flashbacks to the ‘50s-‘90s as the actress tells her story.