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The double feature of juxtaposed films “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” prompted a series of online images and videos made by fans combining the two aesthetics.

Atomic bomb vs. atomic blonde: ‘Barbenheimer’s’ twist on gender feuds

Abigail Mocharnuk, Staff Writer September 9, 2023

What do a man who invented a bomb to destroy whole countries and a controversial pink, plastic bombshell have in common? Obviously nothing. That is, until internet users combined the simultaneous release...

Universities in the US must forget stereotypes in admissions

Haiming Eric Xu, Staff Writer December 2, 2016

Over the past years, the admissions rates for top colleges and universities have generally decreased. With more and more students applying to and limited spaces in these prestigious institutions, admissions...

Preconceived notions create student divides

Brenna Walsh, Staff Writer September 25, 2015

If you are new here or live under a rock, let me fill you in — many students on campus feel that we live in a divided community, split between athletes and non-athletes. Say you are an athlete finding...

Stereotypes, myths and Batman: its time to stop teasing the fake geek girl

Stereotypes, myths and Batman: it’s time to stop teasing the ‘fake’ geek girl

Olivia Neal, Staff Writer November 15, 2013

“Real nerds were not born knowing everything about Batman,” said writer Susanna Polo at a convention panel. This statement was a reaction to the circulating idea of an attention-seeking...

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