Archive for November, 2012

In a recent article titled, “The Linsanity Sham” on The Huffington Post Marc Lamont Hill writes about the basketball player Jeremy Lin. Hill concludes, “the truth is that Jeremy Lin can’t play.” Although the phenomenon known as Linsanity suggested otherwise, Hill provides several reasons why he thinks so many people were mistaken about Lin’s talent. […]

Friday, November 30th, 2012 at 10:00 | 0 comments
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by Amanda Watson French poet and novelist, Jean Cocteau said “Fashion produces beautiful things that always become ugly with time.” The entertainment and fashion industry could be seen as glamorous with many perks, luxuries, and of course, talented and artistic projects. However, there is a dark side or ugliness that may come along with working […]

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at 10:00 | 8 comments
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On Wednesday November 7th, TCS’s guest blogger Cid Nichols wrote a post about the play “Ruined” being performed at her college. To date this post received one extremely important comment. It’s important because it provides a common counter argument to the structural racism argument Cid talked about in her post. I’m sure our guest blog […]

Thursday, November 8th, 2012 at 23:55 | 0 comments
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by Cid Nichols “Ruined” is a play written by African American playwright, Lynn Nottage set in present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo. The play follows a group of women who have, in their own ways, been victimized by the war torn environment of Congolese society. Structural racism (also known as structured racialization) focuses on interactions […]

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012 at 10:00 | 3 comments
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