Columns

Blindspots: Unconditional aid is turning Israel into a rogue state

This unconditional aid has empowered a small regional power to drift further and further from international accountability. 

Notes by Nadia: The importance of being a good listener

I hope that more people can value the act of listening attentively and positively responding to conversations.

Notes by Nadia: Expressing yourself through fashion

What we wear tells a story about who we are.

Blindspots: For Aaron Bushnell

Aaron Bushnell's death demands our attention. There cannot be a normal day until this war is brought to an end.

Notes by Nadia: What’s happening to K-pop?

I miss when the K-pop industry was focused on making quality comebacks that may have happened less often, but were worth the wait.

Blindspots: Ode to Naysayers

As more and more of the national GDP is built out of smoke and mirrors, it becomes more important than ever to legitimize dissent.

Blindspots: Biden is Democrats’ own worst enemy

Democrats have every opportunity to enjoy four more years of power. Only one man stands in their way — Joe Biden, their presumptive nominee.

Spill the T(ay)!: On being the last puzzle piece

As I grew and moved, the fictional and real worlds I tended to held a stark contrast — there were no more bus-best-friends, no boy next door.

Listen to Israelis

Palestinians say Israeli officials want to violently expel them from their homes and take their land. Israeli officials agree.

Notes by Nadia: TV is ruined

I miss the days when I could turn the TV on and watch reruns of my favorite childhood shows. Now, they’re all blocked behind a paywall.