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What Even Is Comparative American Studies?
April 30, 2022
Inside the departmental home for ethnic and queer studies at Oberlin.
Winter Term: Conflict Resolution Mediation Training (+ mini trip to Mumbai)
April 2, 2022
Preparing to serve as a volunteer mediator in the Oberlin community.
Student Org Series: HIV Peer Testers
September 29, 2021
HIV Peer Testers is a group created to increase the accessibility of HIV testing on campus by providing no-cost, peer-administered tests and related resources to students.
June 29, 2021
Five other students on being queer at Oberlin.
Student Org Series: SOSHA
June 22, 2021
The first in a series on student organizations on campus.
What Does Sanctuary Mean Here?
March 29, 2021
Oberlin has been considered a sanctuary campus since 2016. Here's what that does and doesn't mean for undocumented students.
Spooky Szn & Decolonial Mythology with Stephanie Shugert (Part 2)
November 3, 2020
Part 2 of a conversation on fear, spiritual realms, and my friend's Latin American Folklore ExCo.
Spooky Szn & Decolonial Mythology with Stephanie Shugert (Part 1)
November 1, 2020
A conversation on fear, spiritual realms, and my friend's Latin American Folklore ExCo.
Where Are They Now? Part Three: Hanne
July 22, 2020
This post is the third installment of my “Where are they now?” series, a collection of conversations with former Oberlin bloggers about their first years as Oberlin alumni.
June 21, 2020
The events of the past few weeks have been challenging. It’s clear that things need to change in our society in a major way.
On Fear, Abortion Access, and the Power of a Party
May 27, 2019
Reflections on organizing in the face of fear.
A Flippin’ Sweet Semester
January 5, 2019
It's senior year, and I'm making bold moves only.
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