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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, a time to recognize and elevate AAPI stories and accomplishments. Though Asian Americans and Pacific

Poetry is a uniquely powerful art form. Poets have the ability to shape culture, support social movements, and collectively heal society. On a micro level,

Whether you’re inspired by mystical rituals, nature, or pop culture, this month’s releases hold something for everyone. Delve into emotional highs and lows with these

Culture

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, a time to recognize and elevate AAPI stories and accomplishments. Though Asian Americans and Pacific

Trigger Warning: This article discusses abortion, sexual violence, and rape culture.   It’s been a challenging and painful several years for feminist activists. A wave of anti-abortion

With the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine, many people are looking toward news outlets and politicians to deepen their understanding of this horrific conflict. Suddenly,

Book banning, a long-standing topic of debate, has resurged in recent years. Between 2020 and 2021, the American Library Association saw a 67% increase in

Music

Since the emergence of breakout singles like “Ocean Eyes” and “You Should See Me in a Crown,” Billie Eilish’s music career continues to skyrocket. The

With the much-anticipated release of 30, Adele is officially back in the spotlight. In her fourth album, Adele harkens back to many of the musical

It’s officially time to listen to all the holiday music you can before the season ends. Like poetry, the best holiday songs transport their listeners,

Country-pop crossover artist Kacey Musgraves recently released Star-Crossed, her fourth album and the one most directly tied to poetry. Widely regarded as her “divorce album,”