UVA Has a Diversity Problem, But It Might Not Be Their Fault
In the United States, including all 50 states and Washington D.C, only 7% of professors are Black, despite Black people making up about 13% of the total population.
Myths and Misconceptions about Tuition at UVA
Just over two weeks ago, I sat down (albeit over Zoom) for a conversation with University of Virginia’s Vice President for Finance, and Chief Financial Officer, Augie Maurelli, to talk about all things tuition for Iris Magazine.
The Money and Morality of the 4th Pillar
Journalism: the “4th pillar” of government. The watchdogs of politics (and other social institutions), they expose the unethical decisions of those in power.
I Gained Class Consciousness In An Athl*ta Stockroom
You know what. I’ll say it. I liked working in retail. For me, most days going to work meant an opportunity to play dress up with guests, engage with the broad spectrum of the human condition, and get people to spend their money–or even better, their partners’ money.
Margaret Thatcher Girlbossery and the Feet Pictures of @OnlyFans: Is it Feminism?
In today’s Third Wave feminist movement, there’s a growing idea that any “choice” a woman makes, with the intention of doing so to empower herself or the women around her, is inherently “feminist.” Such ideology is referred to as “choice feminism,” and isn’t it a relief?
Out of Pocket, In Context
In talking to my female-identifying peers, I’ve found that almost every one of them remembers a time when a man has said something so demeaning, sexist, or uncomfortable, that it has stuck with them for ages.
Femininity Is Not an Insult: Vulnerability, Feelings, and the Impenetrable Shield
She tells her friend she needs air, and on the patio of this popular college bar, her heart races. Her lungs feel on fire. Her hands can’t stop shaking.
When I Exploded
Have you ever been lit on fire? I have. Seven times precisely. Some might call it bad luck, but being set alight didn’t hurt me, it made me feel alive.
The Quagmire of Legacy Part 5 - A Weekly Column
Amidst the positive reception of the HEAAL tours, there are still some questions left unanswered.
The Quagmire of Legacy Part 4 - A Weekly Column
For first-year students, these historical tours are a vital step to understanding the place they will be inhabiting for the next four years.