Pop Culture

Music festival season is back - and cultural appropriation is headlining.

The feminist movement in the 1960’s got women in the workforce. Now that women occupy 47 percent of the workforce, it is time that the 73 million working women in the United States receive equal pay as working men.

It is time for affirmative action—at least the kind of affirmative action we have today, based on abstract notions of ethnicity and diversity—to go. It is dated and seems to promulgate racial divides.

Tolerance is crucial for a developing society, but lines should be drawn if the words are translated into action and an individual uses their opinion to target another individual or group of people.

Based on the memoir of chef and writer Eddie Huang, ABC’s “Fresh off the Boat” proudly proclaims that it’s a show where, yes, Asian people are the main characters.

These restrictions are a step forward not only in maintaining the peace, but also in furthering the emotional recovery of the population by restoring their confidence in their local government.

The popularity of Cards Against Humanity rests in our psychologically capitalist culture.

The film is more pro-Chris Kyle than it is pro-war or even pro-U.S.A.

Women should employ the term “no” more often if they do not wish to have sex, disregarding what their partner may think of them.

Solidarity protests send a big, passionate message and it is crucial to translate that message into specific changes in university policy.