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The Science Survey

We've got the news down to a science!

The Science Survey

Film has always reflected queer people and experiences, but that reflection used to be distorted and shadowed. Its now becoming more clear.

A History of Queerness on Screen

Acadia Bost, Staff Reporter
July 21, 2022
One of our most popular meetings was a creative session where we brought supplies to create posters for the club. This one was made by Cristine An 22. To see more of their art, check out their Instagram @akunshi.

New Days of The GSA

Saamiya Ahmed, Staff Reporter
April 23, 2022
Here is Alison Bechdel, in a photograph at the Boston Book Festival in 2011, where she spoke on a panel about graphic novels. Her first graphic novel, Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, spent two weeks on The New York Times bestseller list.

“One, Two, Three, Bechdel!”

Lily Zufall, Staff Reporter
April 4, 2022
Marvel comics offer a long history of complex LGBTQ+ representation.

Queer Heroes in Marvel Comics

Acadia Bost, Staff Reporter
February 1, 2022
Readers can see the #BookTook section as soon as they enter at their local Barnes & Noble bookstore, and they can choose their next top pick from the popular selections.

TikTok Revives the Reading Scene

Chanel Richardson, Staff Reporter
December 2, 2021
Demonstrators in Cleveland, Ohio, dress as Handmaids from Margret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale. The clothing from the novel became a symbol of the opposition to Justice Barrett after it was claimed that the patriarchal society of the novel was based on the Catholic organization People of Praise, to which Barrett belonged. This claim has since been repudiated, but the symbolism has remained.

The Thomas Court

Benjamin Fishbein, Staff Reporter
November 30, 2020
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