Archives - Sunahra Tanvir

Trauma dumping in the Campus Times Opinions section

The CT Opinions section provided a safe space, a written outlet where I could delve into my sadness and anger without feeling like a burden.

‘Saltburn’ takes a shallow dive into obsession. A deeper review

"Saltburn" builds a universe of vapidity, the depraved, and the beautiful. And like its characters, the movie is gorgeous but shallow.

On watching Snow fall

What I had most anticipated was watching the gradual moral decay of Coriolanus Snow. However, the film did not satisfy me.

CT Wrapped: The top albums of 2023, according to our staff

Some of our staff has compiled their top albums of 2023 - so amidst finals season, we implore you to bump our tunes.

On the burdens of student leadership

Student leadership is difficult. We should be aware of this before we decide to run. We need to take our jobs seriously.

College Feminists speak out on sexual violence

College Feminists hosted their Take Back the Night event Oct. 12 as part of a national movement against sexual assault on college campuses.

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Daddy dearest: a taxonomy of lifelong hurt

Living a life watching my father hurt me and my mother has made me think that women are born to suffer and we live to endure.

Bottoms, an ode to “ugly, untalented gays”

I am sick of girlbosses. I want more girlfailures. For years, I have wanted a movie made for women like me. And finally, “Bottoms” has granted that wish.

Profiles: Brenda Song, inside Lower Strong

"As a kid, I didn’t care what anyone else thought. I knew what I wanted. It was in my 20s, after I finished ‘Suite Life,’ when I was at the crossroads."