If you have the emotional energy, venturing away from non-threatening conversations at the dinner table this holiday season might be worth it.
“My life is mine” aren’t only the words Tracee Ellis Ross lives by. They’re also the words I will continue to live by after reading her speech on the expectations of womanhood.
Once I graduate I’ll wave my $40,000 degree in my hand and find some career I’ll enjoy, I’d tell myself. Getting even that far has been tough.
Students are not angry enough about precarious work. The general consensus says it’s awful but too many students are too accepting of it as an unpleasant but unavoidable reality.
CW: This article deals with issues of eating disorders.
I didn’t realize I had an eating disorder until I noticed myself skipping every meal.