Archives - Dominique Dorvil
College Feminists presents a range of stories at ‘Me Too Monologues’
Some stories were vivid, allowing the audience to be immersed in the experience. As an audience member, you could feel their pain when the performers paused, as if to wince at difficult memories.
Pissed off at Gucci? Start supporting local brands
Over the years, a lot of companies and celebrities have seemingly profited from the historical mistreatment and misrepresentation of black…
Long distant relationships
It takes a lot of effort to be in a long distance relationship
Long-distance relationships are extremely hard to work through and in most cases don’t work. They take a lot of effort,…
Why don’t we treat celebrities like everyone else?
In society, we treat celebrities like gods. They set our standards for beauty, fashion, and culture. Essentially, they are our…
“Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” is bizarre and empowering
On the last day of November, I attended “Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” I did no prior research on the…
A cappella groups fundraise for clean water with Engineers Without Borders
UR Engineers Without Borders put on their fifth-annual benefit concert this past Saturday, Oct. 20, featuring performances by UR a…