Annie Rueter, Bradley Metlin, Hamza Tariq and Samah Ali talk about their time at the Gazette as they're ready to say goodbye. They shout out everyone who's influenced them, personal triumphs and the essence of their farewell columns (which you should read).
Originally aired on 94.9 CHRW.
Culture editor for volume 109 and 110, Samah spends her time bingewatching Netflix and sipping Starbucks while critiquing music, film and social media. She's specializing in Women's Studies and minoring in Creative Writing.
We all have a right to privacy — but there comes a time when the safety of our community outweighs that right. A pandemic is one of those times.
Physical isolation affects many aspects of our lives, like communication, productivity and mental health — especially for students, whose day-to-day lives have seen a substantive change during the coronavirus pandemic. One other aspect that has changed is gender identity.
It is no surprise that with the chaos of the coronavirus pandemic, Pride Month looks different this year.
I am appropriately disappointed, but not surprised, that the vast majority of my white LGBTQ2+ peers have done nothing for the Black Lives Matter movement — unless you count posting a single black square on Instagram.