Hailey Cohen

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  • Why crew is a cult

    Crew is quite a unique sport. A group of people get into a very long and narrow boat together and try to move fast. Usually, this involves either eight or four rowers, although sometimes it can be just one or two, and usually a coxswain, a person that sits in the back of the boat who steers, gives commands to the rowers, and helps keep the boat from crashing into things.

    Forum | November 13, 2023
  • Violins of Hope exhibit opens in Posner Center, brings community together

    On Oct. 7, a new exhibit opened in the Posner Center. Violins of Hope: "Tuning Out Prejudice: Building Bridges that Last" showcases violins played by Jewish musicians before and during the Holocaust, highlighting the persistence of music as a form of culture and resistance throughout time.

    News | October 30, 2023
  • Origins of the patriarchy: a clarification

    On Oct. 2, The Tartan published an article that argued for the intrinsic connection between feminism and environmentalism. Author Veronica Michaels’ main thesis is that “it is the act of labeling nature as female that allowed for the continuous exploitation and destruction of it,” so we need to look toward women’s relationships with nature as we try to solve the climate crisis. To that point, I ag...

    Forum | October 9, 2023
  • 2023 Nobel Prize Summary

    The 2023 Nobel Prize winners were announced last week. Here is an overview of who won, what they studied, and a brief summary of what the Nobel Prizes are all about.

    SciTech | October 9, 2023
  • Novel-tea: I’m judging books by their covers, and I know you are too

    As much as we try to deny it, the truth is that we constantly judge books by their covers. It’s simply the way our brains work — we like looking at and owning pretty things.

    Forum | September 25, 2023