Features

A New Era of Media: The Female Gaze

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | MARCH 13, 2017 An inside look at third wave Instagram-feminism and reclaiming the Male gaze. Featured interview with Bard student Eliza Mozer. French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan theorized that man first [...]

Media, Truth, and Trump: What the Absence of Fact Does to Democracy

JOHANNA M. COSTIGAN, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2017 When Martin Luther wanted to spread his message during the Protestant Reformation, he and his supporters circulated pamphlets with text and images characterizing the [...]

Students Applaud Win For Black Cinema at 89th Annual Academy Awards

MAEVE LAZOR, CO-EDITOR IN CHIEF | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2017 On Sunday, February 27, three primarily black major motion pictures took home Oscars at the 89th annual Academy Awards, a victory for black cinema in [...]

学生过中国新年 Celebrating Chinese New Year at Bard

EVENT ORGANIZED BY VESPER LU, JENNY CHEN & SIYUAN MIN | SPONSORED BY ISO AND ASO | PHOTOS BY CHARLIE WU & MAEVE LAZOR | FEBRUARY 10, 2017

New York Times: American Universities Must Take a Stand

 LEON BOTSTEIN | ON CAMPUS | FEB. 8, 2017 Not since the era of witch hunts and “red baiting” has the American university faced so great a threat from government. How is the university to function when [...]

Resisting Racism: Addressing Trump’s Immigration Ban One College at a Time

ZOE ROHRICH, FEATURES EDITOR | FEBRUARY 6, 2017 Despite moments of chaos and uncertainty for some following President Trump’s immigration executive order, otherwise known as the “Muslim ban,” university and college presidents across the U.S. [...]